🎀 Mon dieu 🎀
Euh nous sommes dimanche, va falloir que mon cher et tendre mettre le ⏰ pour l école 🚸
QUOI IL N Y A PAS D ÉCOLE C est les vacances 😱...
On les aime nos petites têtes blondes mais quand on parle des vacances ce n est pas pour les parents 🙄.
Il était temps quand même les 6 semaines de reprise commençait à se faire ressentir, fatigue, énervement, boudage,.... 😕
Mais le pire c est que cette photo vous dit pas C est que ce n est pas les garçons qui ont mit notre salle en mode youppppi mais bien Melle bichette à la hauteur de ses 1 an...
22h47... Une petite voix me dit "hey Caro tu ranges...".. Et l autre "ça attendra bien demain que tu sois bien en forme 😏"... Bonne vacance à tous vos petits loulou ❤️. #picoftheday#family#holidays#toussaint#instapanico#babygirl#funny#parentsgoals#parenthood_moments#viedefemme#viedemaman
(3/4) On how to read with a child:
Adults are impatient. We don’t like to tell the same story over and over again. But being very familiar with a book gives the child confidence in reading.
a. Allow the child to choose a book.
b. Read the story to the child. Especially for the young ones, you don’t need to read word per word. You can retell the story in your own words. Use animated voices (remember Batibot storytelling time with Kuya Bodjie and Ate Sienna). What is most important is you get their attention and sustain their interest.
c. Point out the different details in the book. Ask the child to describe the picture. Example may picture ng sad na animal. Ask him ano yung animal, what the animal is feeling, make him do a sad face, etc. – kahit unrelated pa muna sa story yung sagot (and gumawa siya ng sariling kwento). Then eventually (pag ilang beses na naulit ang story) – you can ask open-ended questions about the story already (i.e. why do you think is the character sad? Etc.) d. Spell out words. Or for letter familiarization, kahit one or a few letters at a time lang – in a page, ask him to find all the letter Aa muna, etc. Then make the letter sound every time he finds one.
e. Eventually you can ask your kid to read the book to you (he will be the story teller, you will be the listener and question-prompter ☺).
Beeandbaby: I will be trying some of this like ASAP! Thanks, Teacher Aimee!
This girls results are in!
If you didn't know, Kaidyn had a thermogram done a few weeks ago. Her eczema had come back since starting school and we needed to get to the bottom of it, so we took an internal look.
Today we went to her doctor to talk about her results. It turns out she has toxicity build up in her brain and some things going on in her lymphatic system. It sounds scary but what it comes down to is her body does not respond well to toxins and chemicals. No duh!
She is more sensitive to others, for example..when she would come home from school she would have whelps all over, she would be up all night scratching and bleeding..it was horrible and it was because of the environment she was in all day.
When she is around synthetic fragrance or bleach and eats processed foods, her body treats those things like invaders and goes into defense mode. She has such a build up of toxins from years before and her body can't process it.
Since we started homeschooling, her skin is a night and day difference but it's not 100% gone yet and now we are in phase 2 out of 3 to healing her. We are excited to get this junk out of her system!
She is a big part of why I do what I do. Why I am so passionate about helping others live a toxin free lifestyle. Those headaches, migraines, eczema, hormone issues, allergies..it's not normal and you don't have to live with it. Look at your diet, look at the products in your home. If you need help or guidance, I am always here!
And Mamas! Do not let anyone tell you that you are wrong when that mom instinct kicks in. Not family, not friends, not doctors. Be informed, do your research..people will offer advice, some good and some bad, just nod your head and smile or try to educate them. They can be sincere and still be sincerely wrong <3
Oh how I desperately needed this sun. This week was hard. Harder than it has been as of late but this weekend was exactly what I needed. So for now I will breathe out praises and gratitude and breathe in grace and peace.
Is there anything cuter than babies and puppies? I think not! Especially when they’re together 👶🏻🐶💛 I was looking through my photos to find some to fill the frames on our walls... that have been empty for months (don’t judge me 😂) and found this little gem. I can’t believe it has been almost two years since we got to Texas and then got our Daley boy. #babiesandpuppies#puppiesofinstagram#labsofinstagram
I mean, sometimes you get the photo. And then sometimes you get a mouth full of leaves and a tiny size 4 welly boot to the crotch. You win some, you lose some. Hope everyone else had as much fun in the sun as we clearly did today! #instaperfection
"Our kids come by technology naturally. Have you ever seen a 3-year-old use an iPad? It’s incredible. They scroll and swipe and expand like they were born with the devices. That often makes us nervous. We worry that as they get older, technology will become a dividing factor in our homes. We envision teenagers stuck on their devices, wearing headphones and being physically present but emotionally absent from family vacations as they refuse to look up from their devices.⠀
But what if there was a simple way for us to connect with our kids who are online? I believe there is and it’s the 4th question parents should ask kids about social media. Here it is:⠀
“Have you seen anything interesting lately?”⠀
This question makes the Internet a two way street and I actually learned it from my own children. Right now, they often ask me if anyone has posted new cat videos on the Internet. That is without a doubt their favorite use of the Internet. Every few days they ask me that, hoping that someone in the world wide web has filmed a cat doing something humorous.⠀
I assure them the answer to that question will always be yes. For the rest of their lives they will always be able to find a new cat video online. But as they get older, and continue doing things like tracking stock on their own, the question is bound to shift.⠀
I will be the one asking it. I will be the one asking them if they’ve seen anything funny or silly online. I will be the one asking if there’s a song they like or a blog they’re reading. I will be the curious one.⠀
Maybe for you and your son it will be about extreme sports. You’ll have a shared interest in videos of people doing ridiculous motocross jumps. Maybe it will be music focused with your daughter or sports scores or any number of things.⠀
It’s a big Internet with a lot of possible connection points. If we’ll ask the right questions.⠀
If your kids are online or using the Internet at school already, flip the tables on them and be curious.⠀
Don’t wait for them to start a conversation. Start one of your own by asking,⠀
“Have you seen anything interesting lately?” - Jon Acuff #parentcue#wearemission
🌿 Und schwupp ist das WE wieder rum und der Alltag startet wieder. Mein Mann hat keinen Urlaub mehr also heisst es für uns wieder alleine den Tag meistern. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Dienstag bekommt Levi seine erste große Impfung...hoffe ich jedenfalls denn ich bin mir nicht sicher, ob die Nase bis dahin nicht mehr röchelt🤔 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Und daaaann steht am Freitag mein Geburtstag an :) ich mag Geburtstag haben, da bin ich richtig Mädchen, auch, wenn die 30 immer näher kommt😊🙈
Wie ist es bei Euch? Feiert ihr gerne oder ist es ein normaler Tag wie jeder andere? 🌿
Sunday strollin with my girls 🤗 Vera has been the biggest helper since Violet was born. Even if some things she does, aren’t really that helpful. Like insisting on pushing the stroller 🤪 but she means well so I try to embrace her little helper mentality, and pray for patience daily 😅
I have carried you, always.
Before you were conceived, I carried a part of you in my soul. When I met your father, I looked into his eyes and saw the other part of you, and knew you, and prayed that you would come to be.
Before you were born, I carried you in my womb. When you were restless I sang to you and soothed you and told you how I loved you.
When you were born, I carried you in my arms. I kissed you and held you and put you to my breast, so that you would know that there is light and warmth and goodness in the world.
Later, I wrapped you in cloth and carried you close to my heart. I held you close so that you could hear that my heart beats like yours; that we are the same, you and I, and that you would never have to cry alone.
After a while, I carried you on my back, so that you could look at the world with confidence and joy and know that you belonged; so that you could share all of the beauty of the world as an equal to all that live in it.
Now, later still, I carry you when you are tired or fearful. So that you know that no matter how weary you become, or what life holds, you can always depend on others for support and comfort.
When you grow older, my darling, and your adventures take you further from my arms, know that even in my last hour I will carry you. I will carry you in my heart, for you are always with me.
I will carry you, always. – by Christine Maguire
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Just look at this sweet little one carrying her daddy doll, it melts my hurts, and hurts too - my sister’s family is a navy family, and I know what a sacrifice it is for the whole family when a parent is serving our country. Thank you for this image @lindsaymackphoto and for tagging us ❤️
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