08/12/13

Cooking Light Super-Easy Recipes

This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Cooking Light, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #BTSatSafeway http://cmp.ly/3/8vNxcO. I recently found my favorite cooking magazine!  I think it was written just for me -- ... |read more|

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07/23/13

Tips for School Supply Shopping

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of White Cloud. All opinions are 100% mine. Last year, I was a total novice as we started public school for the first time!  Although it all came together in the end, I learned a few things along the way that would have made ... |read more|

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08/30/12

School Lunches Inspiration

Half way through the first week of starting school the excitement is still at full speed!  I mentioned on my FB Page that I was having lunch with a few friends yesterday.  We talked about everything under the moon, but the topics of conversation kept coming back to our sweeties.  ... |read more|

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08/05/09

Double the Fun

Belle's precious friends from preschool met up with us a few weeks ago at Central Market for lunch and play. The girls had so much fun together they decided we weren't going to let so much time lapse before our next play date. It was such a treat to have Cameron and Jordan over ... |read more|

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05/14/09

Museum School Field Trip: Belle

Belle has TOTALLY LOVED Museum School this year! Each week Belle has been able to touch, smell, hear, see and learn all about the world around her through this wonderful hands-on, kid friendly learning environment! The things she has learned have been processed and stored away ... |read more|

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12/13/08

Village from the Past

We went with our home school group to a living history museum, portraying life from the 1840-1910. The museum is located in the middle of the city on 13 wooded acres. "The museum is composed 38 historic structures & boasts a working Civil War era farm, a traditional ... |read more|

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11/15/08

Log Cabin Village

It was a fun treat to get to tour this this historic structure and meet historical interpreters dressed in period costume who discussed history, 1800s furnishings, pioneer life. While on our field trip we saw a working gristmill, candle maker, spinner, weaver, a blacksmith and ... |read more|

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09/11/08

Big Brother and Big Sister

Belle and Brady's first day of Museum School! Bennett was so sad to see the big kids pull away in Daddy's car without him! Two hours each week Belle and Brady will study and explore animal science! (Coleman goes to Museum School, too...the kids are excited they'll see him as ... |read more|

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09/05/08

How Many Cups to Fill!?!?

We used all types and sizes of bowls, pitchers, jars, mugs and cups to estimate and measure water! After 20 minutes of measuring at the sink...Belle said, "I just LOVE math Mommy!""Can we do more Mommy," said Brady. ... |read more|

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08/30/08

Home School Day at the Amon Carter

This Friday and Last Friday the Amon Carter Museum hosted art classes for home schoolers. The first class was on 'Icons of American Art.' Ansel Adams, Henry Kirke Brown, Augustus Saint - Gaudens, Grant Wood and N. C. Wyeth were the featured artists. And this Friday's class ... |read more|

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