Tag Archives: learning

Tea Party

Sometimes I forget to pretend. I’ve become consistent with the playing because of this blog. But I need to remember to use my imagination too. (This is what happens when you’re a experiential personality.) So today, we used our stacking … Continue reading

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(Play) Dating

Play dates are called dates for a reason. It starts with meeting each other, being attracted to each other’s kids and/or mom and/or parenting style. Interest is conveyed. Numbers are exchanged. Scheduling commences. Dates take place. And you decide, should … Continue reading

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Priceless

# of days I’ve read to her:  365 more or less # of times I’ve counted her little toddler toes: 365 more or less # of times I’ve counted the ducks in the lake: 365 more or less # of … Continue reading

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Just a little pick me up

Sometimes kids just need help getting started. This morning my daughter was eager to play and wouldn’t stop singing the alphabet. But none of the activities would hold her interest. Then, I read about changing the music in order to … Continue reading

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Play Stations

Circuit training is to adults what play stations are to kids. You know how you can have a routine in the gym – stretch in front of the TV, run on the treadmill nearest to the weights, lift all the … Continue reading

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