The last hurrah was picking up money with our butts. First of all, a $10 bill is not enough. Secondly, the money needs to be crisp! And lastly, we all can do it. Yes, ladies who lunch can pick up money with our butts! An interesting and productive day, to say the least.
And one more thing, God. Can you get all the dads to buy this for their wife for mother’s day? It’s just around the corner, and every mom who has raised an infant and toddler deserves to read this book. We all could use a good, deep chuckle and feel satisfied that we were not the only ones struggling. And now we can laugh about it because we’re finally getting sleep.
The circle of life thing. Yes. That is a hard lesson for anyone, much less a child and their beloved pet. And with a puppy, the circle of life will eventually come around. When this happens, I recommend this book, The Tenth Good Thing about Barney by Judith Viorst.
Chewrlry: Chewy jewelry designed for special needs kids but works for orally fixed kids as well to help them stop biting their nails or sucking their thumb!
This brochure from the National Association for the Education of Young Children comes home with every about-to-be-a-kindergartner at our school. This is their guide to parents for raising a reader and writer. I just condensed it and added a few ideas of my own.