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October 1st.

Hooray! It’s October!
Growing up in Michigan I have always loved October, the leaves changing color, the cool air, the layers of clothes and scarves I get to start wearing. 136 more words

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Curious George Goes To The Zoo | A Free Kindle Children's Book

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I took some time to consider a "curious" question this week

Despite the dishes that needed to cleaned and put away, the kitchen floor that needed to be mopped, the laundry that needed to be dried and folded, the carpets that needed to be vacuumed and the bathrooms that needed to be made presentable in case the neighbors showed up, I actually took a few hours for myself this week. 490 more words


8 Children's Shows That are Making me Crazy

My oldest child is almost 10. Which means I’ve been exposed to the annoying barrage of children’s programming for 10 years. 3,650 days of the talking animals, the sing-song-repetitive bullshit, the nonexistent story-lines, and the guest-stars. 734 more words

Curious George: Not Quite What I Remembered

Having adored Curious George since a young girl, I immediately jumped on board my daughter’s newest obsession with his stories. I fondly remembered so many of little George’s constant mischiefs and the way things somehow worked themselves out in the end.  323 more words


The Armstrong Archives (103): Fun for Kindergarten and Triple Birthdays

Wednesday, September 30, 1981 Well, we’ve finally conquered yet another round of colds, ear infections, and croup. It seems someone is always sick! You’d think we don’t live right, but I don’t know what to do differently to get the kids any more germ-resistant. 505 more words

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Tot School 2014 - Week 3

We spread this week’s plans out over the span of two weeks because we had some very special people come to visit – Grandpa & Grandma Black.   568 more words