How to Celebrate National Library Week in Wichita

How to Celebrate National Library Week in Wichita

National Library Week was started almost 50 years ago as a way for us to say thank you to the men and women who make libraries happen, both public libraries and school libraries. Wichita is blessed with an extensive library system, which means there is an easy way for everyone to celebrate National Library Week […]

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No Housework Day

No Housework Day (It’s a Thing!)

Thanks to social media, my life is just one constant celebration. That’s because apparently there is a day for everything. Do you love coffee? International Coffee Day is for you. How about ice cream? You’re in luck, because International Ice Cream Day has been around since President Reagan made it a thing in 1984. And if, like me, you have […]

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Adoption :: Leading with Love

Thank you to Martin Pringle Law Firm for sponsoring this post and for bringing Wichita families together through adoption!My oldest son started kindergarten in the Fall. Without a doubt, the adjustment has been harder for me than him.  It has brought to the forefront the realization that we cannot protect our children from the little […]

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Guide to the Month of April

Guide to April 2017 Events in Wichita

April showers bring May flowers… Hopefully there is enough sunshine this month for us to enjoy egg hunts and events in Wichita! April 1 – Tulips, Fairies and Forts is at Botanica three different Saturdays in April. Bring your dreamers and enjoy this fantastic event! April 1 – Santa AND the Headless Horseman will be at […]

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Purple Up! The Month of the Military Child (B.R.A.T.)

“Purple Up” in April for the Month of the Military Child, or what is affectionately known as a “brat”. While this word typically carries a negative connotation, in this case it’s meant as a badge of pride, a membership in a worldwide group full of (semi) normal kids with oftentimes unconventional upbringings. As a child raised in […]

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Life Lessons with Daniel Tiger

Life Lessons from Daniel Tiger

If you have young children, chances are you are familiar with Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. The PBS series follows the lives Daniel Tiger, his family, and friends. Children learn age-appropriate social skills with Daniel through creativity, imagination, and music. For me, the songs are what stick out. Or, rather, get stuck in my head. I find myself […]

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10 Reasons Students Excel at Andover eCademy

Thank you to Andover eCademy for sponsoring this post and for providing quality education opportunities to our community of moms and their children.   Andover eCademy students get “All the Best Parts of School.” Andover eCademy is a K-12 virtual school that enables students to take ownership of their learning and has some of the […]

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