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Kansas Harvest :: A Family Affair

Chances are, living in Kansas, you have driven by beautiful “amber waves of grain” – also known as wheat fields. Did you know Kansas produces the MOST AMOUNT of wheat in the United States with over 10.8 million tons annually? I have grown up in Wichita my whole life, and it wasn’t until I had the pleasure […]

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Raising a Patriot

My goal is to raise a patriot. I want our daughter to have a great love for her country. I want her to understand our history and be part of its budding future. I want her to feel empowered to ask questions and be a champion of change. I want her to respect those who […]

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Toy Rotation Can Save Your House…And Your Sanity

I’ve been up to my eye balls in diapers, sleep training, breastfeeding and pumping and bottles, tantrums, discipline and potty training for the past three years. With two kids 18 months apart. And we’re having another in just two short months. Gluttons for punishment. There are so many things that my husband and I haven’t […]

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PTO for Beginners {and the Socially Awkward}

My parents are still friends with the parents of my friends from when I was in grade school. I wanted that! But when my son started kindergarten three years ago, I knew very few parents and was not close to the ones I did know. So, I had to think of ways to involve myself at the […]

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Showing Appreciation :: Teacher Gift Ideas

Everyone remembers their favorite teacher, the one who left a lasting mark on their heart and who changed them for the better. I grew up with a plethora of amazing teachers. At the time I wasn’t so sure about them, but looking back, they all taught me lessons that weren’t in the text books. Something that I can […]

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