Oh, that kid!

When I saw this poem on Facebook, I  had a few different feelings.   This poem hits so many different places for me. The first one, guilt.  I could imagine all the children that I have come in contact with through teaching, and although my children don’t need pencils, they need diapers, wipes, extra clothes, […]

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Let it Go! Let it Go!

  So you thought this was going to be another one of those Frozen blogs. No, it’s not mainly because my daughter is still watching it a year later on repeat. But, anyway! I am talking about the real let it go! Let the laundry go, let the kitchen go, let the vaccuming go. That […]

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Mommy, what happened in Paris?

There are so many questions you dread hearing as a parent because one, you don’t know what’s the right thing to say. Two, your child has learned something that you weren’t prepared for them to know yet. My oldest is seven, he is in the first grade so he is very aware of a lot […]

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