As my husband and I struggle to pack lunches and snacks for our kids’ camp lunches, I find myself wandering the grocery store aisles searching for healthy choices that my kids will actually eat.
DesignTrackMind asked me to post on this topic and I thought, “Gee, I wish I knew myself.” She said that she is asking me, not because I have all the answers, but because she knows that I will go crazy and do all the research. So, I did do that, and here it is. And may we all raise confident kids because the world would be a better place if we did.
They say that history is written by the victor. In the case of the Native Americans, I would say that while the victors may allow the Native Americans a voice, but they certainly get a better distribution deal. And it’s strange that we, who grow up in the United States, and even study history in college know so little about the Native American heritage.
This is a cute rhyming iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch ebook app by StoryBoy.net that my 5-year-old son really liked.
This is the story of my family dog odyssey and how we ended up with the dog perfect for our family.
I got permission from Sean Rein to repost his excellent article. Turns out we are in the same group at LinkedIn. Thanks Sean for your excellent article. I thought this article was also excellent for the lessons that it imparts on raising children. From my own recent dealings with business owners, I thought I’d add some lessons that we can teach our children that will serve them well in life, and certainly in the business arena should they chose that path:
$200+ Designer Jeans for Kids? A Surprising Answer…meandering through how to buy super discount and how nurturing your child’s fashion sense may end up helping her become a fashion mogul.
Website DogFoodAnalysis gives ratings and reviews on 1500+ dry dog foods. Should you change up your dogs food periodically to prevent food allergies? Or are you paying too much for your dog food?
This is a nice blog with tagline: Where Grandmas Bond, Brag and Benefit. Don’t you just love that? Here, Pam Allyn, share her love of books with her granddaughter — a love that helps create sense of empathy, create a sense of community and indulge a child’s imagination. Thanks for the great post!