Teaching Kids to Think~book giveaway

Teaching kids to think: raising confident, independent and thoughtful children in an age of instant gratification

I recently had the opportunity to receive a preview copy of this book-Teaching Kids to Think: Raising confident, independent and thoughtful children in an age of instant gratification. I was very intrigued by the title as I often find myself very frustrated with my parenting peers. Sometimes I really find myself scratching my head and […]

getting kids to enjoy brushing and flossing

I went to the dentist last week and had my first cavities in about 40 years! So depressing. And honestly, I’m a bit scared. I had a few seals put on in relation to some dental and orthodontic work, but that was in the 1970s and 1980s. I don’t remember if this is going to […]

PARC, Pennhurst and the most under utilized disabilities resource in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has a rich and colorful history in the Disability Rights Movement. Plus--the most under utilized resource for special needs parents in the state.

In a post I did yesterday, I highlighted a bit of history from the Disability Rights movement and how we got to where we are today. I didn’t go into much detail about Pennsylvania, Pennhurst and the role that Pennsylvania parents had on the movement. Families in Pennsylvania really played a strong and crucial role […]

Free codes for Leap Pad apps!

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Hi there and welcome to a very popular blog post–free codes for Leap Pads! Everyone loves free Leap apps and we love our Leap Pad and Leap Pad 2. The free Leap Pad app codes are below, but just wanted to let you know a few things. In addition to the codes for the free […]