Monthly Archives: July 2013

My Mighty Girl…

Curious Girl got tired of waiting for an adult to help, so (in true Curious Girl Style) she taught herself to ride a bike. And not only that, she fills her own tires Ahhh my baby is growing up. Just … Continue reading

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Back to the books…

So I took the plunge. I went back to school. I decided to go after that Masters I never did. This was my first semester of a completely online masters program. Pros: I am using my brain muscle. I am … Continue reading

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Voz de Ninos

This week I had the opportunity to “speak” to an unsung hero from a wonderful organization – Voz de Ninos – via e-mail. “Voz de NiƱos advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system … Continue reading

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Books books and more books…

I know books are important. I’ve seen the statistics that show children with more books in their house turn out more successful in life. I myself have a soft spot for books. As you can see we have 2 bookshelves … Continue reading

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Green Science’s Potato Clock

So what does a Cosmo Boy do when Mom says he has to get off the computer (minecraft) and his sister, Curious Girl, is still sleeping after fighting a fever last night? Dig through the closet looking for something…. and…. … Continue reading

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10 reasons your kids should go to summer camp

My kids go to summer camp every year. They are still a little too young to go to overnight camp, but we will be considering it next year for the oldest. I lead summer camps every year, and from the … Continue reading

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