New year, new you, new activities for your kids. Is this is the year that Sam wants to learn to play the violin? Or Suzie wants to take up dancing? Or you need to find John a new lacrosse camp? It can be tough navigating all the options for classes, programs and camps. In 2018, let other moms…
Hi from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing info. and never expected it to take off the way it has. I also never thought of adding a Followers section until now and because of all the awesome blogs listed here, I'd love to offer my readers the opportunity of connecting with you as well. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Hope you're enjoying your weekend .
I just read about the boy in the 4th grade!! My oldest is in 4th grade and had a similar trouble maker who was verbally abusive to the teacher...no drawings, outright threats! He was expelled but is now just at another school in the district.
Very scary world isn't it.....(off to read more, just wanted to say hi!)
Oh just hold off... the first couple years are HARD! People always say how much they love puppies, but they grow up... well when they grow up is the best part!! I enjoyed my Max more in his last years than his first years!
I wouldn't say stupid on the 2... brave, yes!!!!
Just wanted to say hello. My name is Yvette. Fairly new blogger. I like your honest style.
I found this on the web....Tooth Fairy info. This is a good topic for my website too so I did a little research.
At one time in Europe, there was a tradition to bury baby teeth that fell out. The most commonly accepted belief by academics is the fairy's development from the tooth mouse, depicted in an 18th century French language fairy tale. In "La Bonne Petite Souris," a mouse changes into a fairy to help a good Queen defeat an evil King by hiding under his pillow to torment him and knocking out all his teeth.
This combination of ancient international traditions has evolved into one that is distinct in the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, and other Anglophonic cultures. Folklorist Tad Tuleja suggests three factors that have turned this folk belief into a national custom: postwar affluence, a child-directed family culture, and media encouragement
hiya! still trying to figure this page out. i'll have all my stuff uploaded soon. btw- it's kinda weird how we like so much of the same music. i guess it may have something to do with the fact that i am an east coast transplant(sniffle)