Category Archives: parenting

Best Valentine’s

Tonight was my daughter’s kindergarten open house and program. They sang wonderful songs, and were super cute! But my favorite part was seeing the following paper on her desk…. In her little soul, she knows what true love is. And … Continue reading

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February Photo A Day Challenge: Friends

February Photo A Day: Friends

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Word of the Day-Trust

So I found this in my son’s backpack. I initially had no reason not to trust what his teacher was saying. When I talked to my son, all the details came together. I remember the night he could not find … Continue reading

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Word of the Day: Toxic

I’ve had a very long week. Full of a little bit of everything. Not all bad. Just life. But then there have been some triggers and it’s throwing me off balance. This post isn’t about being a drama llama. It’s … Continue reading

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Pull Up A Seat Challenge Week 5

When there’s no chair, no couch, the floor warms the back side just the same. Pull Up A Seat Challenge Week 5

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Fandango’s Provocative Question #12

“How do you feel about people who always seem to exaggerate when relating a story? Do you equate embellishment with lying? As a blogger, when, if ever, is stretching the truth, other than when writing fiction, permissible?” Honestly, if someone … Continue reading

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From Afar

I’m thinking we need to mandate classes for parents. They need to be taught how to teach their own kids not to bully others. And society needs to stop making excuses. I’m not saying there’s not particular instances, traumas etc. … Continue reading

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