Tag: children

Thinking About Homeschooling?

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These have been difficult waters to navigate.  School year 2020-21 started off for so many families with hesitation, fatigue, and continued unknowns of how...

Wishing We Weren’t Done: Letting the Baby Things Go after Infertility

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We didn't need the space, really, but I couldn't bear to hold onto the collection of baby things our four-year-old had outgrown. The spare...

The Milky Way: Cow’s Milk, Milk Alternatives & Recommendations for Your...

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If you grew up in the 90s, you probably remember the iconic ‘Got Milk?’ ads. Our favorite celebrities ranging from Harrison Ford to Kermit...

My Favorite Early Books

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We love books. My parents were readers, I am a reader, and I am raising readers. We just love books around here. One of...

How Do We Deal with All the Whining?

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Does this whining sound familiar? But, I don’t want to, Mommy! But!  Whyyyyy? It’s not fair! She was mean to me! He won’t share! Some days seem like they are...

What is Among Us? It Sounds Sus.

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If you have a tween or teen, chances are they are playing Among Us on their device. I know that in the past couple...

Talking to Your Kids About Difficult Things

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Do you ever try to keep your kids in a bubble of innocence?  As if nothing bad or hard or hurtful could ever happen...

Digital Children’s History Hour – Ready, Set, Grow! Age 3-5

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Have you watched as the leaves change color? Do you grow taller each year? Change is all around us! We will discover how our...

“I’m Bored!” A Season of Lulling, A Season of Learning

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Unprecedented time. Life upended. Interruptions and delays. Lulls. The new normal. These words and phrases have become prominent in our conversations this year. We grapple...

Scholar Series – Digital Lecture: Colorado Springs Archaeological Past

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Presented by Minette Church & Karin Larkin Are you interested in Colorado Springs’ archaeological past? Come join us and discover the rich history as understood...