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You are officially six year old now....you maybe growing so fast...but we want you to know that you will always be our baby :-) We love you, son :-).,,,and Happy Birthday AGAIN....Hope you have loads of fun today.
Friday, July 23, 2010
This photo was taken at Pirate Cove park here in the new community where we live.
At Heartland park playing on the bouncy house.
and this one was at Lake Ray Hubbard park taken on a Sunday afternoon.
~ Create a list of “to do” items to ready your child for school.
~ Plan when you will shop for supplies, when you will purchase new shoes or clothes.
~ Check off each item as you complete it.
~ Set up a place for your child to accumulate school supplies—preferably the same location that your child will do homework.
~ If you have not been reading regularly with your child, make sure you have some regular times set aside the rest of the summer so as to retain your child’s skills.
~ Your child may read independently or side by side (each with your own book) or together, aloud. This applies to any age!
~ If this is a new school, go visit and meet the administration and secretary.
~ Practice getting up and preparing for school on time.
~ Establish rules for waiting at the bus stop or coming home after school.
Source: University of Alabama
Thursday, July 22, 2010
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Thursday, July 15, 2010
At Amazing Jake on his 5th birthday last year.
At the mall, Virginia.
At Chuck E Cheeses.At the race track, NC.
At the mall again in VA.
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Playrooms can mean a room where there are a bunch of toys on the floor. Or it can be a room that literally is a toy! It’s easy to add some decorating accents on the walls of a playroom that can double as activity centers for your little ones to play and learn.
Ideas to excite your children’s imagination and burn up some of their energy include:
- Replacing a carpet with an exercise mat to prevent skinned knees. Not only that, but it’s easier to wipe up spills off a mat than a carpet.
- Install a mirror so they can check out their dance moves as they rock out to some tunes from Julie’s Jukebox.
- Make it easy for your kids to get to their toys—and to put them away. Lower the shelves and cabinets so your little ones don’t have to stretch.
- Try creating a theme room based on your child’s favorite interests. Have fun with it and let your imagination go wild. For instance, if your kids love firefighters, hang a ladder horizontally on the wall to create shelves or hang hubcaps on the wall and use red paint to create a fire truck look.
As you’re creating the walls of your children’s playroom, allow them to make some decisions so they get a real feeling of ownership of the room. And also keep in mind that kids grow up, so you’ll want to choose decorations that can be easily changed.
Thursday, July 8, 2010
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