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Nurture Yourself

Focusing on our personal interests while caring for our children is important. If we’re having fun and are happy, our little ones are too! It creates a peaceful play space that encourages the imagination! Here is a watercolor painting I did the other day! I’m so happy to be painting again!

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Find yourself saying, “No…no…no…no…no!” and hoping your child doesn’t throw the glass cup on the floor?

Focus on the positive. Verbalize what you want to see. "We hop on the floor, chairs are for sitting." I say as calmly as possible as my 20 month old shows her daddy her newly acquired hopping skills! What is shocking is that she actually listens! I am guilty of slipping into the age old… Continue reading Find yourself saying, “No…no…no…no…no!” and hoping your child doesn’t throw the glass cup on the floor?

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Poor Humpty Dumpty… or Was It Good For Him?

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall All the kings horses and all the kings men They couldn't put Humpty together again It is very sad that no one could help Mr. Dumpty, not even the King's horses or his men! What was it that got shattered in Humpty? Could… Continue reading Poor Humpty Dumpty… or Was It Good For Him?

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Sweet Porridge: A Taste of Courage

It takes courage to speak up. Have you ever felt uncomfortable by another person's actions and you didn't say anything? You may have felt powerless and disappointed in how you were unable to speak up. In this fairy tale a little pot keeps making porridge, filling the whole town with it, until finally a little… Continue reading Sweet Porridge: A Taste of Courage

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What Were Jack and Jill Really Up To?

A little child who ventures out of mommy's arms often gets hurt! From crawling to the beginnings of standing and walking, falling goes hand in hand with exploring. That is why I love this nursery rhyme!  It tells our little child that you can get hurt while trying to master a new skill and that… Continue reading What Were Jack and Jill Really Up To?