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Parents' Blog

Easy Halloween Crafts for Kids

October 05, 2016

These easy homemade Halloween Handprint Wreaths make the perfect gift for grandparents and parents. I grew up making crafts in my Grandma's basement. There she taught me how to sew, knit, crochet, and just how to make all sorts of different arts and crafts. Every weekend it was something new. Every time Anthony and I do an arts and crafts project together, it reminds me of the special time I got to spend with my grandma. The one-on-one bonding time, letting our creative sides flow, and just creating all sorts of different projects.

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Level 5 at 5: When The Unexpected Happens

April 27, 2016

For those of you who don’t know what a “level 5” swimmer is, think flip turns, the butterfly, freestyle for a long way, breast stroke for a long way, good backstroke form…overall a pretty darn good swimmer. At age five, I think pretty impressive by any standard. Keaton certainly didn’t come into this earth a swimmer, like all kids or adults, depending on when you start, swimming is a life skill like any other sport.  It takes time, dedication, great instruction and repetition to get good at it. 

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Blowing Bubbles

April 23, 2016


It’s no wonder Glenda the Good traveled by bubble! I can think of very few things not GOOD about bubbles. They might be a little messy at times and they don’t last very long, but they are so GRAND in their fragility. Bubbles are a beautiful analogy for life itself. And frankly, I believe they can change the world. They certainly have the power to change mine.

 

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