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Five Ways to Teach Kids Computer Programming

You may or may not have considered helping your kids learn computer programming, but learning to program helps kids with learning beyond the computer.  Learning programming skills helps kids with problem solving skills, logical reasoning and promotes creativity. Thankfully, there are a plethora of ways to teach programming – teaching kids programming skills before they […]

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Table for One, Please! A Mom’s Newest Guilty Pleasure

I did something crazy recently.  I went out to lunch by myself.  I’ve considered it.  With my husband overseas for another year, eating out is something that just doesn’t happen much anymore.  It’s not always easy to find someone to join you for lunch.  Growing up, it was more of a luxury, and in many […]

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Saving Your Kid’s Childhood: Treasuring Keepsakes

With four kids, the amount of teeth, baby hair, drawings, report cards, pictures and other keepsakes I have, is bound to become insurmountable. With my first child, I wanted to keep everything and I couldn’t part with any of it! I kept his hospital hat, his hospital bands, the little card they wrote his name […]

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Simple and Memorable Holiday Traditions

I love traditions. There is something sweet about the predictability and steadiness of traditions in creating holiday memories.   I remember when we first had kids, the idea of starting holiday traditions intimidated me a bit.  Over the years, though, we’ve developed some well-loved holiday traditions. Some were intentionally started in hopes that we would […]

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This Mom Life: A Story of Disaster During the Devil’s Holiday

Halloween last year at our house was super scary. But, it wasn’t our costumes scaring everyone off. It was the fact that the stomach flu was ripping through our house like a hurricane.  My husband made a half-hearted attempt at taking our oldest two trick-or-treating even though he still had a fever himself, while I […]

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Creating a Heart for Others in Your Children This Holiday Season

Maybe you are like me and your Christmas tree has been up since Black Friday…. But, as I was decorating my home this year, I realized that this is the first year that I have a child that can somewhat understand this holiday season. Which got me to brainstorming on how I can begin to […]

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Winter Activities For Kids

Michael’s Kids Events/Classes Kids' Classes:: Discover the educational and developmental benefits of crafting in their Kids' Classes. Kids' Club:: Let your kids explore their creativity while you shop! Just $2 per child ages 3 and up. All supplies included. Website Kids Club When: Most Saturdays Time: 10-12, $2 includes supplies.   Upcoming Holiday Themed Kids [...]
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