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Apr 26

April 26, 2017

Games to Play with Baby

Baby Games, Songs and Finger Plays

Baby loves attention!  He loves to play games and she loves to sing songs and it’s no surprise that they do, because it is so very good for them.  From the minute they’re born (actually, even before they’re born) parents and loved ones should begin to engage them in conversations and loving interactions.  Even the teeny, tiny littlest ones begin to learn healthy social skills, language and motor development when we talk and sing to them and interact with them…

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Jul 21

July 21, 2016

Jul 13

July 13, 2016

Wrynlee’s Birth

Today I have the honor of being present in the delivery room when my 5th grandchild, my 2nd Granddaughter, Wrynlee is born.  I had a similar experience two years ago the day her big brother Walker was born so I know the kinds of emotions the experience bring.  As I prepare mentally for this incredible and moving experience, I’m filled with awe and wonder about birth, babies, children and life. On that very first day when my daughter announced to…

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Feb 24

February 24, 2016

Boy or Girl – A Blessing Either Way!

In seven days we get to find out the gender of grandbaby #5!  Well, Mommy and Daddy and Gramma (me) do!  The rest of the family has to wait five days until the gender revel party.  Grandpa and one Auntie have threatened me with torture if I don’t tell them!  Somehow I’ll find the strength to keep the secret! Currently I have three grandsons and one granddaughter.  G1 and G3 (the granddaughter) live three hours away from me so I…

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Oct 26

October 26, 2015

I Love Halloween!

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Jun 15

June 15, 2015

Never Sneak Out While Baby Is Distracted!

Separation Anxiety Loving parents don’t wnat their kids to be upset, that’s a given.   Lots of kids have separation anxiety, so I guess that’s the reason so many parents who are leaving their children with a sitter sneak out when the little ones aren’t looking. Sometimes we forget there that just because we can’t see them, doesn’t mean that they aren’t upset.   Inevitably your little one will discover you are gone and become upset when they realize it….

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May 28

May 28, 2015