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This poem was forwarded to me by a dear friend…..truly inspiring and reminds us to think twice where we give our attention, love and compassion… 1,125 more words

What's On

A Love for Learning

I watched a young child smile and verbalize his desire to try a new task. When the new easel was put together, the chalk and the markers in place, my grandson could not wait to use it… 276 more words

Early Childhood

Latest Spurts: Throwing songs in the garbage and brute honesty

November 20, 2015

By Ekta R. Garg

Enjoy these Spurts from the last two weeks, readers!

One of the advantages of living in a college town with a plethora of diversity in the local university comes in the fact that we get to watch Hindi movies on the big screen right here. 846 more words


Latest adventures in parenting now up!

Good morning, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest adventures in parenting for you. Here’s an excerpt:

He told her, in mock defense, that it was fine if she preferred me to him, he’d expected as much.

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Kids Growing Up

The Glory in the Gory

Just one letter separates gory from glory. Okay, maybe that’s a coincidence, but we certainly don’t often see these words together. Today, I want to throw them both into the parenting mix. 804 more words


Top 10 Toys for the Holidays!

The holidays are fast approaching! Looking for sweet deals on gifts for your kids? Then you don’t want to miss our Top 10 Toys for the Holidays! 504 more words


November 13, 2015: Refusing to accept the inevitable

By Ekta R. Garg

I’m shaking my head and crossing my arms. No. I refuse to let this happen. I don’t care if it’s inevitable. I—don’t—accept it. 989 more words