One of my favorite things to do with Serena is imaginative play. She makes me a muffin in her play kitchen or has a conversation on her play phone with grandma. I️ love that she is using her imagination to play as it’s a necessary skill in development. Paired with…

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Happy Monday, my peoples! The weekend zoomed by, but I’m kind of glad because this snow that we got was not fun. I swear, people always forget how to drive during the first snow of the season. It’s almost gone by now, but it was still so unexpected. We went…

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Helllllooooo! What’s up mamas? Thanks for coming back and joining us on Day 2 of “12 Days of Christmas Activities.” I am super pumped about sharing Christmas (and really, winter activities) printables for you to work on with your pre-schoolers. These homeschool activities are really geared for kids that are…

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Obviously, we’re not Christians, but we do celebrate Christmas “commercially”: we hang out with family, have a Christmas tree, exchange presents. But we don’t celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. I guess that’s our way of assimilating. I really wanted to make this holiday season a great learning experience for…

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I’m super organized and thrive on lists. I was a teacher before but then transitioned to project management so I have the transferable skills of being organized like a teacher and planning like a project manager. Sometimes, I’m really extra with my organization and planning. Like, I meal plan on…

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