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Changing Your Perspective

It wasn't so long ago, that I was a working woman. I started working full time right after college and all throughout my first two pregnancies. I've worked in management for a Fortune 500 company, in finance as an account manager, and in early childhood education as a preschool assistant teacher. I've dabbled in quite… Continue reading Changing Your Perspective

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#Goals- Kids Edition

P/C- whatsapplovestatus.com I took a bit of a break from the blogs to really focus on celebrating the holidays with my family.  And for the most part, they were a success, from Thanksgiving in the deep South to Christmas in our nation's capital.  The Davis family made tremendous strides in creating fun and memorable family… Continue reading #Goals- Kids Edition

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24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

Teaching.  It's a calling, they say.  It must be, for it warrants a crap ton of work for very little pay.  Most teachers will say they love what they do.  They love their kids.  Why else do anything, especially when there isn't much money involved.  Bills do still need to get paid, don't you know. … Continue reading 24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

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I Didn’t Cry on My Kids’ First Day of School… And This Is Why.

The first day of school is a special, and sentimental, day for both children and parents alike.  It is the day we say goodbye to the days of getting up at whenever o'clock and going on vacation and say hello to early breakfasts, walks to the bus stop, and the dreaded homework.  Like most of… Continue reading I Didn’t Cry on My Kids’ First Day of School… And This Is Why.

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Handling the Transition

*Written June 2018 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “So, I close my eyes to old ends And open my heart to new beginnings.” It is roughly 7am and my daughters awakes as she does everyday at the same time asking for something to eat. I instruct her to use the bathroom and wash her face while barely opening my… Continue reading Handling the Transition

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What Your Early Childhood Teacher Wants You to Know

“It’s a rare person who can take care of hearts as well as take care of business”- Unknown I spent a total of 2 years working for Child and Youth Services (CYS), an organization that caters to the needs of the families assigned to Army installations throughout the world.  Part of the CYS structure includes… Continue reading What Your Early Childhood Teacher Wants You to Know

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What The World Didn’t Tell You About…

PRESCHOOLERS Hello there!  If you are like me, then most likely you have crossed that magical threshold into parenthood, or you are patiently awaiting your initiation.  If you are in the latter group, then let me be the first to welcome you to the club.  Hi.  Robin here.  Member (and Tired) since 2010.   Like most… Continue reading What The World Didn’t Tell You About…

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The Art Gene is Strong With This One

 “I love being a designer of all things! Everything is design!”- Elayna Spratley I thought it appropriate to begin this post with a quote from one of my dearest friends and godmother to my babies. I have known Elayna for over ten years now and she has been a tremendous support to my family and… Continue reading The Art Gene is Strong With This One

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Diagnosis: Take Two

My daughter, Layla, is a spitfire!  She has so much spirit and umph and is guaranteed to leave an impression on you.  She's a loving child, very affectionate and seeks affection in return.  She's entirely too smart for her own good, scoring advanced scores in reading and in spelling.  She is up for trying anything… Continue reading Diagnosis: Take Two