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At the end of the school year, all the 5th graders choose a Revolutionary War figure to study and then do a presentation on their choice for parents and family. It’s a really big deal for the kids and the … Continue reading
It’s art season in our house. The kids have all kinds of projects that require paint, paste, poster boards, and panicked trips to the store. Frankly, I both love and hate this time of year. I love any excuse to … Continue reading
My family and I came very late to the American Idol party, but last year we started watching it as a family activity. We had an informal betting pool, and my middle child picked Phillip Phillips and won a vegetarian … Continue reading
I’m a nurturer both by nature and by rigorous training. “Watch out!” “You’ll get cold. Take a sweater.” “Be careful!” “Let me do that for you.” My mother was an only child and we spent a lot of time … Continue reading