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Apr13
Redshirting, from the Other Side

Redshirting, from the Other Side

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But what happens as the years pass? I never really hear people talk about this. What about redshirting from the other side of the equation, when these boys are getting ready to graduate and move on to college. Six, eight, ten years later are the parents still happy with their decision.

Apr11
Free Bookmarks (Printables) to celebrate D.E.A.R Day

Free Bookmarks (Printables) to celebrate D.E.A.R Day

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Here are some free bookmarks for you and your family to use. It’s a gift from us to you to celebrate Drop Everything And Read Day.

Apr07
7 Mnemonics Every Parent Should Know

7 Mnemonics Every Parent Should Know

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I like to work smart and sometimes we need some techniques to help us learn, or just remember so we can look smarter than our fifth grader. Here’s a list of the mnemonics that I think every parent should know.

Mar26
I Let My Young Teens “Date”

I Let My Young Teens “Date”

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As they have grown I have realized that there is no protecting our children from being hurt. There are valuable lessons to be learned in all of our relationships, romantic and otherwise. And like so many other things that I was so positive about, I changed my mind. I let my children date.

Mar14
Tips to Teach Your Kids About Household Bills and Budgets

Tips to Teach Your Kids About Household Bills and Budgets

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I don’t plan to wait until my daughter’s eighteen and ready to move out on her own before I draw back the curtain and show her how we pay the bills and do all of those other grown-up things. Here are a few practical ways to teach kids at each age level about taking care of bills and the household budget.

Mar08
D is for Disorder

D is for Disorder

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So, it’s a disorder. Things are not ordered correctly. Not normal. I hate the word.

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