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Earth Day – 50th Anniversary

Today, April 22nd, is Earth Day, and this year, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of its inception. Earth Day is observed globally as a day to recognize the importance of protecting our planet and environment. Granted, that should be our desire every day of the year. 😉 I like to remind our children that God… Continue reading Earth Day – 50th Anniversary

Crafts & Creative Ideas

Tangled – a Disney Dinner & Movie Night Menu

A dear friend of mine has been working her way through my Disney Dinner & Movie Night Menus and her daughter recently threw out a special request: Tangled. It really couldn't have come at a more perfect time because we're all feeling like poor Rapunzel right now... quarantined in our own towers, cut off from the… Continue reading Tangled – a Disney Dinner & Movie Night Menu

Children's Book Recommendations, Liturgical Living

Celebrating Holy Week

We're about to embark upon the holiest of weeks in the church's liturgical season, and this year, it is falling during a time of social isolation, leaving many of us asking, "How can I celebrate this week and still feel connected?" I've pulled together a list of resources for you - a one-stop-shop, if you… Continue reading Celebrating Holy Week

Crafts & Creative Ideas

Crafting while "Sheltered in Place"

Hi everyone! I hope you and your families are staying healthy, safe, (and sane) during this uneasy and ever-changing time of the Corona virus crisis.  Welcome to my first "Craft Hop" - it's essentially a one-stop-shop for you to get some great ideas!  Since basically the whole world is stuck at home right now, this… Continue reading Crafting while "Sheltered in Place"

Children's Book Recommendations

World Down Syndrome Day 2020

March 21st is known around the globe as World Down Syndrome Day. Why? Good question! Trisomy 21, the clinical term for Down syndrome, is a congenital disorder caused by a chromosomal defect. Individuals with Down syndrome have an extra chromosome on their 21st pair, giving them 3. So, get it? Three of the 21st... 3/21.… Continue reading World Down Syndrome Day 2020

Children's Book Recommendations

Women’s History Month – Children’s Book Recommendations

For the last few decades, the United States has celebrated Women's History Month during the month of March. Why exactly...? Well, thanks to an Education Task Force in Sonoma, California, a "Women's History WEEK" was first celebrated in 1978. President Carter got wind of it and in 1980 declared it an official week with the… Continue reading Women’s History Month – Children’s Book Recommendations

Children's Book Recommendations

Black History Month – Children’s Book Recommendations

For the last few decades, the United States has celebrated Black History Month during the month of February... why February, you ask? Good question. In 1926, historian Carter G. Woodson proposed a "Negro History Week" to acknowledge the contributions of black figures that were too often forgotten or ignored by textbooks and society in general.… Continue reading Black History Month – Children’s Book Recommendations

Crafts & Creative Ideas

Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Tokens of Love

  The month of LOVE is almost here!! It's hard to believe that it's almost February, isn't it? Valentine's Day, and the two weeks leading up to it, is quickly becoming my children's "second favorite holiday" (according to them). I think it's because of this tradition I've established with them during the last several years… Continue reading Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Tokens of Love