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It's OK to live a cluttered life (there are many things worse).

I have just emerged from the basement, where I am making a valiant effort to de-clutter.  I almost drowned in a sea of game pieces, puzzle pieces, stuffed animals, dress-up clothes, wooden blocks, trains, dolls, legos, and everything in between. 1,229 more words


Three Ways to Soften Your "No" for Young Children

Some parenting philosophies advocate what I call a No “No” approach to parenting, meaning that the parent’s goal is to never use the word “no” with their child. 972 more words


11/14/17 - Walk Through On The Condo

Strange to walk through the condo and realize that it’s still not completely vacant. There is still a lot of things on the walls, and the kitchen and garage are not cleared. 219 more words


Spurts and prompts now up!

Good evening, Write Edge readers! First and foremost, I want to thank the veterans of our great nation for putting their lives on the line to protect our freedoms. 104 more words

Creative Writing

Latest Spurts: It's all in the lingo

November 10, 2017

By Ekta R. Garg

Enjoy these fun lingo-based Spurts from the last two weeks, readers!

In the last few weeks, Nine has had a little trouble staying up to speed during her morning routine. 579 more words

Kids Growing Up

Talking -- and thinking -- tech

Hello, Write Edge readers! Another week and more writing. I mentioned a tech glitch on Friday, and the thought of technology must have gotten tucked into the back of my brain then. 259 more words

Creative Writing

Homeschool chit chat: readiness of the child, state laws, and the question of October birthdays

This blog post is going to be conversational in nature. That’s because it was an actual conversation that happened via texting recently, between myself, my younger sister Rachel, and my Mom. 1,476 more words

Young Children