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I want to start signing with my kids; now what?

Congratulations–signing with your children is a GREAT decision! (See a great list of benefits here and here!) However, unless you grew up signing or you took American Sign Language classes in high school or college, it can be a tricky language to start learning. 268 more words


Signing Success Story #11

Today’s signing story is about a pair of brothers who have been part of our Lone Star Signers community for about a year. I LOVE having sibling sets attend class together because each child learns differently.  286 more words


Preschool at Home: What I've Learned (so far)

We started homeschooling four years ago right after our second daughter, Kate, was born. Before Kate’s birth, I had been teaching at a local Mother’s Day Out program where our older daughter, Addie, was also enrolled as a student three days a week. 425 more words


Signing Success Story #10

In the past 3.5 years, we have had over 60 children graduate from our signing programs–each family has their own special story to tell!

Today, we are happy to share Delia’s story with all of you. 421 more words


Jump, Jump, Jump at Altitude Trampoline Park {giveaway}

My family and I were recently invited to Altitude Trampoline Park for a San Antonio Bloggers Night. We were given the full party treatment, including pizza, bottled water, and lots of jumping fun! 304 more words


Toddlers/Preschool: Poo Buddies...or...my daughter won't poop without me. #pottytraining

Toddlers are weird. They don’t want to poop without mom. They need special seats and prizes to go to the bathroom. And when all else fails, just use a diaper. 111 more words

Poop In The Potty

Homeschooling: Kicking off the 2015 School Year with NEW Routines

If I’ve learned anything in our previous three years of homeschooing, it’s this: flexibility is key!

Our day-to-day schedule has changed so much since I wrote these previous posts about our  787 more words