Monthly Archives: November 2014

Weddings always have lots of marryment

Recently, my cousin Aaron got married.  In the days leading up to his wedding to Megen, his mother, my aunt, asked me for some suggestions for activities for the children to do during the accompanying parties.  My inspiration was for … Continue reading

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I crossed a cell phone with a skunk, and now the service stinks

Mini-ion #1 was playing with his cross that he received from his Sunday school teacher and told Dear Husband that he could use it as a shooter.  Dear Husband chuckled, and sent him my way, with an open ear for … Continue reading

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A scientist kept a close ion her equipment

GAK!  No, I’m not scared.  In our science group, we made it! The recipe for it came from one of my recent favorite blogs, We Made That and was quite easy to do.  Just 8oz of glue, 8oz of water, … Continue reading

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The mother who worked as a baker was a real breadwinner

I had a seven-month old baby, whom I had left my job to stay home and take care of, when my previous job called and asked me to consult for a bit. Financially, it came at a perfect time.  We … Continue reading

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When you use glue in class it paste to be careful

After getting everyone comfortable with watercolor painting, I took it the next step.  Because, why not?  Why stop at just watercolors when you can add glue and salt? The idea comes from the blog, Sweet Happy Life who displayed gorgeous pictures … Continue reading

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Two blackberries met. They were both in a jam

Have you read that article by Bunmi Laditan about missing the village of women, that she never had, to raise the children together?  If not, you can read it here. One of my friends sent it to me and a … Continue reading

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It’s OK to watch an elephant bathe as they usually have their trunks on

The children were amazed and awed with our next science experiment, Elephant Toothpaste, courtesy of Preschool Powol Packs.  It was fun to see their reaction. The first picture was my set up, because you have to be prepared when you … Continue reading

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