Category Archives: Children / Family Life

The Occasional Blogger

Hello. Remember me? It’s been a while. I hope some of you are still with me.  Reading my occasional posts. I always think I will have so much time for blogging, but then life happens.  My family is first on … Continue reading

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Crafting for Hope

I always love crafting with my children.  I also feel it’s very important to teach children that we must always help others – whether it be giving a small gift to cheer a friend who is having a bad day, … Continue reading

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When a Friend is Sick

As the title says, I have a friend who is sick. Not a cold. Not the flu. She has cancer. The big C. I wish I could say that she will get better. I wish I could say that she … Continue reading

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Spring Art

All of my children really enjoy art and crafting.  I love that my older girls are old enough to do a lot more advanced crafting.  As an Early Childhood Educator, I also have a lot of fun planning and crafting … Continue reading

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A Summer Bucket List

The end of the school year is quickly approaching.  It always amazes me how fast the school year goes by.  They seem to go faster every year. I love having my kids at home with me and always look forward … Continue reading

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Sending Hope and Love

We live a privileged life. I have always had a roof over my head, clothes to wear and food to eat. Although, like others, we struggle with finances at times, we are not suffering. Truth be told, we probably have … Continue reading

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Our New Addition

As some of you may know, a week before Christmas we had to say goodbye to our family’s dog of 11 years.  She was a lovely dog and one that can never be replaced.  It was a very sad time … Continue reading

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