4 Things to Consider Before Sending Your Child Back to School

4 Things to Consider Before Sending Your Child Back to School

I’m returning to the classroom. I’m excited and yet, I’m nervous. The social and mental makeup of families has changed since I was in the classroom last. While I dealt with many differences in the past, we have a new generation raising children and those children are the ones I will be teaching. And that scares me. Why does it scare me? Turn on the news and open your social media pages and you’ll see why I’m nervous. If you don’t see a problem, you might need to take a closer look.

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10 Ideas for Summer Fun With Your Kids

10 Ideas for Summer Fun With Your Kids

Summer break is upon us! For many parents having their children at home quickly turns into a nightmare because they feel they need to keep their children entertained. It doesn’t hurt children in the least bit to use their creativity to entertain themselves. But special moments of fun is always a surprise and enjoyed by everyone and they don’t have to be all day events. Today I’m sharing 10 ideas for summer fun with your kids.

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History Learning at the Museum of Aviation

History Learning at the Museum of Aviation

My son loves aviation history, so we knew we wanted to visit the Museum of Aviation at Warner Robins, Georgia. We wanted to visit several times in past years, but we didn’t feel he was ready for a visit and appreciate all that he would see and learn. I’m so glad we waited because he truly enjoyed history learning at the museum.

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Leaving A Legacy That Will Impact Others

Leaving A Legacy That Will Impact Others

Any time I work on my family’s genealogy, I get swept up into an amazing history learning session. Over the years I have found an ancestor who came to America as an indentured servant who ended up owning a very large farm. I’ve found several men and a husband and wife who are listed together as patriots during the American Revolution. When I look at what has been recorded for the ancestors in my family I can’t help but wonder if they left a legacy that would have impacted (for the good) others.

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