Every year my girls and I read several Groundhog Day books and we try to predict what Punxsutawney Phil will predict our weather forecast will be! Check out some of our favorite books and download these cute Groundhog Day printables! 10 Sweet Stories for Groundhog Day 1. Double Trouble Groundhog Day 2. Gretchen Groundhog, It’s Your Day! […]
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It’s the weekend and for once, we have no sports or birthday party commitments. To some this would be a blessing, but with two kids under three, my family needs action or someone’s gonna get hurt! If you can relate – or even if you can’t – here are a few fun, inexpensive, kid friendly […]
Here are some quick things that I want my students’ parents to know. I’m sure this goes for ALL teachers. 1. Be honest… if life just got in the way of getting homework done or anything else, just tell us. We’re human, we understand. 2. Open house is NOT the time to ask how your […]
I’m that nerd-of-a-mama who was purchasing books for my baby before my sweet girl even arrived. Crazy, yes, but I have a very special relationship with books, and I couldn’t wait to introduce her to that relationship. Books are my mini-vacations away from reality, and when I pictured my babies’ nurseries I always envisioned rows […]
Many new moms (myself included), cannot wait to get out of the house with their little one. Finding things to do with your baby can be challenging though, especially if you’re nursing and just learning to be out and about with baby in tow.
Have you ever made a book come to life? We did! And it happens to be on this year’s Sunshine State Young Readers book list, so parents of 3rd – 5th graders in particular might find inspiration in the idea. Sadly, I just discovered your window of opportunity to live this particular adventure closes on […]