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Sharing another of http://kandeelandkandeeland.blogspot.com.au blog post. Her content is always so interesting and beneficial.

“As I was at the park playing with Ellie and Blake yesterday with my mom, we saw a little girl who was about 4, and witnesses some parents saying some things that I don’t think parents should say in front of their kids. So maybe these will be a good reminder to stop yourself from saying in front of little ones who are looking to us “big people” to show and teach them how to talk to others and look to us for comfort and security!
Now of course I could make a bigger list than 3, but we’ll just start with the 3 things that came to my mind when we met the little girl at the park yesterday.

Merriam-Websters definition of hate is:
intense hostility and…

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Such good family time,very precious.

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I like this.

These Stones


Any parent tends to think about nourishment now and again—-or maybe every meal, snack and bite that we prepare for our kids.  Are we cobbling together enough to keep them satisfied?  The right balance to ensure healthy growth?  And even more important, do we manage to eek out a **FEW** meals that provide nourishment  for something deeper—connection with family over the table through conversation, however disjointed it might be.

I love this quote from Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s Gift from the Sea.  In case your reader or blog feed won’t let you read the words in the picture above, here’s the quote again:

A good relationship has a pattern like a dance and is built on some of the same rules. The partners do not need to hold on tightly, because they move confidently in the same pattern, intricate but gay and swift and free, like a country dance of…

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If you’ve ever seen a toddler interact with an iPad (the best being the toddler who didn’t understand why her paper magazine wouldn’t flip), you know that kids are in many ways uniquely suited to playing with tablet or mobile apps — sometimes before they can even read.

But developing apps that will appeal to kids is a real challenge. A variety of enterprenuers and developers who work with technology intended for kids and parents spoke at the 500 Startups Mamabear conference in Mountain View Friday, where they talked about the challenges but potential benefits of building for the younger set.

Complying with privacy guidelines

Cheating on test / privacy concernsOne of the biggest hurdles for app developers — which should comfort parents concerned about the privacy of their kids — is complying with COPPA, the regulations from the FTC that limit the data that developers can collect from kids like names…

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Here is a ‘quick and easy’ craft you could do with your child so then they have some artwork to give you or grandma for Mother’s Day

Age: probably 1 or 2 would work best

Equipment: paper, paint, or ink pad, textas or crayons or pencils (This would all depend on the age of the child and the amount of mess you are willing to have and clean up!)

TIP: when doing hand prints with young children i find it fun to actully hold the child’s hand, paint their hand, then stamp it onto the paper! Then they are not as scared to put their hand into the paint if its new to them! Explain to them the texture of paint and what is going on “oh wow it feels so cold and slimy doesn’t it! It’s fun! It’s ok we’ll wash it off when we are finished” as some…

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