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Bookboard is an iPad app for reading children’s books that keeps track of books read and unlocks new books to read. A library of books, right on your iPad, for the kids to read!
We’re going to walk through what it means to be a hands on mom, from A to Z.
I’ve talked previously on how to become a hands on mom by overcoming some common hurdles,
Some tips for keeping it clean while having lots of messy play fun from Growing a Jeweled Rose.
A messy way to play in the new year!
I’m finally to the point of counting down the weeks left in this third pregnancy. 5 weeks and counting. [Take a stab at guessing when the baby will get here!]
Henry headed off to his first day of 4 year old preschool on Monday. New building. New teacher. New experience!
Henry was excited for school to start [thanks to our back-to-school countdown with books!]
I’ve been in conversation with my sister-in-law lately about being a hands on mom. She’s just at the beginning stages of truly being able to do activities with her oldest [2 years old].
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I’m pregnant. With number 3.
And with each pregnancy, its been the same.
First sign of pregnancy… I get a bloody nose.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
nothing is going to get better.
We’ve been reading The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. This book is actually new to me, but I love the message for the boys [and myself!]. Its about
Trying to get Henry focused on writing, or really anything fine-motor related, has been a struggle. He was always about movement, full of energy. Too much energy to sit still and take time to learn such a thing as writing.