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When crafts get crass

When Crafts Get Crass

I love arts and crafts … sewing, coloring, fairy house making, painting, you name it, I LOVE it. I’m not very good at any of it (don’t tell my daughter), but it feels so great to let your creativity run wild and free. After having kids, It seemed obvious this would transfer seamlessly into my […]

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Cracking the Kindergarten Code-4

Cracking the Kindergarten Code

My last baby is coming up on being ready for the Big “K” and of course, she is ready right?!? She is my second child to have a late summer birthday. In fact, there is a ten year and one day gap between my second and third kiddo. This should clearly give me years of […]

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Earth Day

5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day with Kids

On April 22, 1970, Americans of all ages, creeds, and walks of life joined together to commemorate the very first Earth Day. Conceived by Gaylord Nelson, formerly a Wisconsin senator, it was a day to focus on the growing environmental concerns of the time: air pollution, inefficient fuel usage, oil spills, unregulated waste disposal, and construction, […]

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Easy Outdoor Entertaining

Easy Outdoor Entertaining

Spring has sprung, and we’ve officially entered into outdoor entertaining season. If just the word “entertaining” sends you into stress mode, you’re not alone. I love to have friends and family over. What I don’t love is the running around in circles and picking up Legos for the 10th time. Not to mention dealing with the pressure to […]

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Summer Movies

Summer Family Films in St. Augustine

In addition to area festivals and family-friendly attractions in St. Augustine, family-friendly films are offered at several locations. Outdoor movies begin June 1 on the bayfront near the Bridge of Lions. Another film series will be announced soon at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.   MOVIES BY THE BAY The FREE summer film series called Movies […]

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