“She doesn’t even want to play with me anymore”… she cried and she sobbed and she sniffled and she let all her sadness and upset flow on to my chest as she snuggled close to me.
Baby E went back to school, Pre-K this time, after 11 months!! The experience has been bittersweet.
Read more about how I “reinvented” my crafting skills in 2020 to teach myself sewing to meet the growing demand for masks.
While I am not oblivious to the kind of year it has been to millions of people around the world, from a personal standpoint, it has been a year of new beginnings and lessons learned.
In Three Wise Monkeys, authors Divya Kadam and Anita Jain take classic ideals and relate them to everyday plausible scenarios.
Make your own delicious granola with super healthy ingredients – Coconut Oil, Almond Flour, Maple Syrup, Chia Seeds, Dark Cocoa Powder, and just a few more items.
In the many ups and downs these last few weeks of homeschooling, schooling at home, and remote learning, some things have worked and some others, haven’t.
It gives me a lot of joy to review the Crayola Multicultural Crayons product. Just like transparent Band-Aids were a no-brainer product that took a REALLY long time to be introduced to our kids, this multicultural crayons product likewise, has taken an incredibly long time to be made available. This review is for Crayola’s Multicultural …
Introducing my YouTube Channel – Diversity & Us where I read kids’ books on a variety of multicultural themes aloud.
A simple and quick DIY project to turn a thrift store picture frame into a cork board and a statement piece for your wall.
A DIY beginner’s confidence booster – simple and easy DIY for your home – A beautiful display ladder for your throws and blankets
Our academic year 2020-2021 is off to a good start. Every day is an adventure…