Paging Dr. Mom!

We are off to the pediatrician!  Little Q is the patient. Up all night. Poor appetite. Poor nursing. Pain. Arching back. Spitting up A LOT. My easy breezy baby boy is upset! So got any guesses as to what’s bothering sweet Quinn? [polldaddy poll=6325436] We’ll be back tomorrow… up and running with a post that… Read more »

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A Whale of a Tale…

The letter ‘W’ is a toughie. Especially for a 3-year-old. You can look at that letter all you want and still come up with the same conclusion… it’s an upside down ‘M’ and that’s all there is to it! What better way to help Crowley conquer ‘W’ than spending a morning learning about whales? We… Read more »

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Camp Mommy Serves up the Sea

With all this crafting and reading, a toddler can get hungry. And just like the lions and bears at the zoo, you NEVER ABSOLUTELY NEVER let your toddler get hungry! So we are taking our month-long Ocean Adventure straight to the kitchen. When we cook, Crowley truly helps. I am often surprised (not to be… Read more »

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When Swimming in a Sea O’ Handprints is a Good Thing!

We’ve got the ocean! The beach! The Submarine! And a reading Sea Snake! What’s next? Lots and lots of handprints! This school of fish is an easy and fun way to populate your sea. I chose to print these golden fish onto construction paper so that they would show up better when placed in our… Read more »

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A Submarine With a View

“So we have an ocean that we plan to fill with LOTS of sea life. And it looks like we’re going to need a way to motor around and see it all. Let’s make a submarine!” There it is. What it’s like to be a thought in my brain. One thing leads to another and… Read more »

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There’s an Ocean in our House!

If you are are going to spend a month learning about the ocean, you need the mighty sea in your house!!!! So we are making a 15 foot mural that will set the mood and create a natural home for our crafts and adventures. I will hang the mural on the rather short and mostly… Read more »

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School is OUT! Camp Mommy is IN!

I’ll never forget the conflicted and horrible sensations of leaving C. at preschool for the very first time. Even though it was only three measly hours, one day a week (all I could stomach at first), it was as confusing as dating boys was in junior high. Mommyhood has this way of quickly throwing you… Read more »

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