Family

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This post is sponsored by Chobani. They contacted me and asked how my family dips. Fall is right around the corner which means after-school treats, on-the-go snacks, and football tailgates are here. Dips are a fun way to get your kids to try new vegetables. We all need to eat more veges. Its hard to

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Corn Bread

I love corn bread. Something about corn bread gives me comfort. As I search for easy recipes to make and freeze for my sons bento lunches I decided to make some corn bread. I also am always trying to sneak in something healthy. So I snuck in some carrots and some cheese to these corn bread

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math games

Using a deck of cards is a great way to teach math! Seeing the numbers and the pictures on the cards made things tangible for Little Crab! Here are some ideas to get you started. Math Games Using a Deck of Cards I took out the face cards  and the aces. I then had Little

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What does Sabbath mean to you? Do you have a certain day of the week that you rest and worship? Do you have a family day? Sabbath is a day set aside for rest and worship. According to Exodus 20:8 “the Sabbath is commanded by God to be kept as a holy day of rest,

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This is a sponsored post and review from the makers of GCap. Do you have kids who are took old for sippy cups, but are not yet old enough to handle drinking from an open spout water bottle? Have you seen the viral post of the inside of a dirty sippy cup spout? Does that

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This post is sponsored by the folks at Freezerlabels.net Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is one of those great traditions all families can enjoy. Many households across America celebrate it. People who don’t have Irish origins join the celebration of their neighbors. For those who still find it a bit vague and want to learn more

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February 2nd was National Sled Dog Day. On that day I posted an article all about seld dogs and a tiny snippet about the Iditarod dog sled race. James Kari, Assistant Professor, University of Alaska Native Language Center in 1979 stated: “The name Iditarod came from an Ingalik and Holikachuk word hidedhod for the Iditarod River.

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Dear Mom in the Kindergarten Pick Up Line I saw you on the first day of school. As I wiped away the tears. I saw you. Holding it together. I tried really hard. I really did, but the thought of my son growing up and going to school makes me sad. I have one son.

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When most people think of libraries,they think of a building full of books. While checking out books is a big part of what a library does; if you think that’s all your library has to offer you might be missing out. Many people who haven’t visited a library in awhile think that libraries are a

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It is almost incredible how fast 4 years went by and we welcomed 2016 as another Leap year. Do not let the 29th of February pass as if it was just another ordinary day, but organize some fun activities that you and your kids can do to celebrate this special Leap day that you will