Category Archives: children

Summer Life

Society assumes that Moms hate the day school gets out.  That may be true for others, but I love the end of the school year.  It means I don’t have to watch the clock, make sure homework gets done, check … Continue reading

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Good and Bad

My son is in his first week of summer vacation and he has been cleaning like a whirlwind.  He’s been promising to clean ‘when school gets out’ for weeks, but we didn’t know if he’d follow through or not.  His … Continue reading

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Oh, What a Day!

My dryer decided that it no longer wants to blow hot air.  Okay.  I pulled out the drying racks and put them wherever they would fit (my daughter’s room is the place of choice, but she’s home for the summer). … Continue reading

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A Conglomeration of Thoughts

I’ve actually gotten some sewing done!  Last week got a pair of pajamas made for my son as well as pillow covers for the living room.  The cardinals finally got to retire.  Today I started another baby blanket from pajama … Continue reading

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Happy Easter

Our oldest is in the middle of exam week.  The first day of exams was Thursday, putting Easter right in the middle of it all.  We couldn’t take our daughter away from school for the entire weekend, so we went … Continue reading

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Good Things

This week was my son’s honor roll recognition assembly.  Each class level gets its own time slot, so it only takes about a half hour, including the donuts afterward.  He didn’t want to take part in the program and I … Continue reading

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This is for all the SPD People

If you know someone with Sensory Processing Disorder who is having a rough day, you can point out to them that fairy tales show that SPD is a royal trait. How do I know? You only have to recall the … Continue reading

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