Tag archives for childhood

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Man who attempts to kill children gets 100 years in prison

Rarely do I take my blog in a serious direction, but after reading this story, my blood is throbbing. William Cunningham is a man who, in a disgusting attempt to gain funds from Campbell's soup, put lighter fluid in his children's soup and almost killed them. It is difficult to work in any ...
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Helping Children say goodbye

On Wednesday, I picked up a subdued AJ from school and prepared to bring him home. I expected him to be jubilant as he'd spent all day on a field trip and it was his last full day of school for for 3 months! As a child, I remembered the last week of ...
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Why a small children’s party is as good, if not better than a large party

Today, I was reading Jen's blog (which, if you haven't read it, you should) on her child's birthday party and the quandary she is in due to the creativity of her son and his having invited most of the school and the neighboring 3 counties (my author liberty) to his birthday party. When I ...
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School children singing Eye of the Tiger

Need a morning pick me up? This is 15 kinds of precious and they are incredibly good. I'd like to have this as my ringtone if I could figure it out? I'm not tech savvy, but it really is that worth it. Take a couple of minutes and bring some relaxation ...
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Parental sportsmanship under strong duress

Ok, ok, ok. I admit it. I like watching my son play Little League ball. I more than like it. I may be addicted. For the last week, it's been raining cats, dogs, iguanas and banana popsicles where I live. What that means is that my poor little boy has not been able to play ...
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