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Read on, and Dream on

There are certainly days when I feel like the kids homework is energy wasted on the most random information. I am sure you can agree. However, reading is never time wasted. It is a time to explore without leaving the comforts of your favorite comfiest nook in your home. As I create a reading nook for each child, we will be sharing a few of our favorite books with you. Eventually having the kids share their opinions of the books…

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Holiday Wishlist 2018

Tis’ the season to be Holly Jolly and Fa la la la la, la la la with lots to do and so little time to get it all done. Today definitely kicks off the Holiday season, and it is time to start preparing.  Always here to help, we are making your Holidays a little less stressful and more merrier, with a Holiday Wishlist for everyone on your list! Take a look and let us know which is your favorite item…

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Osmo Coding Jam Review

If you have been around here for a while you know “screen time” is sacred.  None of this lazy days watching youtube, and spending all of our hard earned money on apps without us knowing.  With much dismay, we pulled the plug and allow for devices to be utilized for an hour a day, and that is only on the weekends. Then a little smarty pants placed Osmo on their Christmas wishlist. My children are well aware the way to…

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Sugar Free Easter Baskets

Thoughts of Easter baskets typically render images of sugared variations of treats that my kids will inhale quicker than any meal I have ever presented them.  This year I am leaving the candy store empty handed.  I am going for a sugar free Easter basket, and I am certain my kids will not mind one bit. Neither will my dentist. Are you like me, and looking for something bigger than jelly beans, and sugary sweets? I am sharing my Easter…

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Celebrating #WorldMonopolyDay

Growing up in my family, Monopoly was the most played game for us, it was a rite of passage.  Despite the way the game ended, fond memories remain of playing with my siblings, parents, grandparents, cousins etc. This generation now is all about devices, and I am doing everything in my power to limit the screen time (unless it is educational). With the grandparents over for a visit, my kids were ready to share their new Monopoly Junior game where being…

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