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David Shannon is one of my favorite children’s author and illustrator. I love is simple, child-focused pictures and story contact that is fun, yet usually has a great message for kids. For this reason his books are also wonderful to … Continue reading
Here’s a list of books for kids about divorce. I use these in play therapy and recommend them to parents when the family is going through a divorce. If you have some to add, please leave a comment below! The … Continue reading
One of the things I have really enjoyed about being part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids is finding authors I haven’t read before and discovering how I can incorporate sharing these books with the kids I work with … Continue reading
This eggs-tra special post is a round up of all my eggs-traordinary Easter time fun! An Easter Egg Hunt that gets the kids moving and thinking. Fun for the WHOLE family! How about fun ways to play and learn with … Continue reading
This is a post to round-up all my Valentine’s Day related posts. Click on the photo to take you to the original post! Valentines Ideas Superstar Valentines Paratrooper Valentine Rocket Valentine – “You’re a blast!” Fishy Valentine Variety of Valentines … Continue reading
I let both of my kids peruse my Valentine Pinterest board and pick out which idea the wanted to use for their Valentines for this year. Honor (my 3 year old daughter) chose this fun idea from The Crafting Chicks. … Continue reading
This post is written in response to the “Finish The Sentence Friday Blog Hop (FTSF #3) hosted by Janine @ Janine’s Confessions of a Mommyaholic and Kate @ Can I Get Another Bottle of Whine with My Morning Quiet Time. I plan to “finish the sentence” … Continue reading
I wasn’t sure if I was going to write a post on this subject. It would be a lot easier to keep going … focus on the holiday fun, continue with Christmas crafting and baking. I figured there’s lots of … Continue reading
Growing up one of my favorite things about the month of December was our advent calendar. My mom made it from a kit when I was very young. I can’t remember a Christmas season without it hanging up some where … Continue reading
This post is the final post of a four part series about creating happy homes during the holidays. The series, Happy Holidays in Happy Homes, is a collaborative effort between Angelique Felix, Jared Ritter, and myself. If you’d like more info, … Continue reading