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20 Back to School Organizing Tips (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on August 13th, 2010) The tips below were provided by the following two businesses: Mommy Perks Organizing without Limits Tip #1: Remember that every child is different and will adjust in different ways/time frames. Don’t think you need to be “perfectly organized.” Tip #2: Establish […]Continue reading
“National Family Month encourages family relationships and focuses on developing healthy, confident kids.” – KidsPeace.org What defines a family? Once upon a time, the family unit was pretty easy to point out. These days, it’s not quite so easy, is it? A few years ago, family = myself and my son. Soon after, family = […]Continue reading
On Easter Sunday afternoon we hid eggs around our back yard. We sent the kids out to find the eggs. My daughter had grabbed one of her new whistles (bought from Kids Travel Happy) from the family Easter Basket. When we got down into the yard, she pulled the whistle out and began to blow […]Continue reading
20 Tips for Child Abuse Awareness Month (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, April 16th, 2010) Tip #1: There are numerous forms of child abuse: neglect, sexual, mental, physical, emotional, medical (and now…Online) Tip #2: Although there are protection laws now, there are never enough safe foster home for kids…many of them are returned to […]Continue reading
According to Points of Light Institute: The number of Americans engaged in service has increased significantly since President George H.W. Bush sparked the Points of Light movement. View this report to see the data and changes in the numbers of volunteers and different causes people have volunteered for during the past 20 years. This information […]Continue reading
I recently found out that April 13th is the official “Blame Someone Else Day.” Thanks to Jennifer of My Time Calendars for letting us know (it’s also “Scrabble Day,” by the way). Can’t pass this one up. No way. Here is a little poem to get us going: It’s Blame Someone Else Day Can it […]Continue reading