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Rebecca Whitney's Blog Posts Tagged 'kids' (3)

The Artist

Being a parent in the Upper Valley requires me to think outside the typical activities box. There are certainly several places to take my kids on a potentially daily, weekly, or monthly basis, but everyone knows about those places: Billings Farm, VINS, the Montshire Museum, the train exhibit at Quechee Gorge Museum. Those places are packed during school vacation and on the weekends, and are at times expensive to frequent. To truly take full advantage of…

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Added by Rebecca Whitney on April 29, 2011 at 3:51pm — No Comments

10 Cool Things: A Treasure Hunt

"Jax, do you want to go for a walk?"

"No, I want to watch Word World."

"Don't you want to go outside?"

"No."

"Do you want to go look for some treasure?"

(pause while mulling it over)

"Yes!  Let's go!  Come on,…

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Added by Rebecca Whitney on April 10, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments

10 Cool Things: A Treaure Hunt

"Jax, do you want to go for a walk?"

"No, I want to watch Word World."

"Don't you want to go outside?"

"No."

"Do you want to go look for some treasure?"

(pause while mulling it over)

"Yes!  Let's go!  Come on,…

Continue

Added by Rebecca Whitney on April 10, 2011 at 8:29am — No Comments

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