Treasured Childhood Memories (Journalwithme#33)

My childhood is filled with many happy memories. There are things that I haven't thought about in years that I am now reminded of because I am raising my own family. A song on the radio will take me back. A photograph will remind me of something my aunt used to do. A funny story …

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Five Open Ended Activities to Promote Learning and Foster Creativity

Children thrive on opportunity. They learn best through unstructured activities that force them to develop problem solving, logical reasoning, conflict resolution, language and encourage their creative attributes. Sure children love their cartoon figures and become excited upon seeing them and the new toys their owners keep throwing at you (looking at you Paw Patrol!) but …

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My Childhood Comfort Object (Journalwithme#21)

This week's question asks about your childhood comfort object. Did you have one? If so what was it? Where is it now? Any find memories? My childhood comfort object is a teddy bear named Booboo. He has been around for nearly 33 years. My father used to be a regional manager in a popular retail …

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Five Ways to Document your Child’s Life

People always say to cherish the moments with your children now because they grow so darn fast. I didn't quite understand it when I was younger, and I remember it taking FOREVER to reach my next birthday. When I entered my twenties and slid right through them, I began to realize how quickly life passes. …

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