Kwanzaa 365

It’s Kwanzaa every single day in our household. From an early age, it’s important to introduce the values you want your children to uphold as they get older. For our family, the Kwanzaa principles play a large part in outlining the values in our household. Imani- Faith Umoja- Unity Kujichagulia- Self Determination Ujima- Collective Work…

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Toddlerdom is Real

I didn’t come to play with y’all today. Some of you get it. Some of you don’t. But hear me now. Raising a toddler is on some extra terrestrial ish. For those of you that don’t know, check my son’s typical schedule. 7:40-7:50 Get dressed. 7:50-8:30 Drive in the car to start play date. 8:30-8:35…

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Creating Safe Learning Spaces

First: An Explanation I haven’t been blogging much for a while. I was going to list reasons as to why but, truthfully, it doesn’t matter. I have lots to share so I’ll just jump into it! Second: An Exploration I’m always looking for great opportunities to expand on early learning. Deciding to homeschool has pushed…

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East Point Playground

Honestly I’m not sure of the address of this particular playground but I believe it is on Main street in East Point. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves but here are my five big reasons I love this playground: The tires. Perfect example of re-purposing and making it AMAZING. I love playgrounds with tires…

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