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Ridawesome: Ridiculously Awesome

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ridawesome [rid-aw-suhm]: something really, really cool Baby girl made up a new word. Ridawesome. It’s a combination of ridiculous and awesome and means something is really, really cool. Like, ridiculously awesome.  Get it? She found out the way new words are created and added to the dictionary is by becoming popular and used by many. […]

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A 5 Year Old On Turning 5

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Today my baby girl turns five years old. That is a big deal. Five is (in my mind anyway) officially the age when kids turn into big (little) kids. That is, they are no longer babies, preschoolers, or whatever other term you use; they are now actual little kids. Which is why I wanted to […]

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Talking Bras with My Four Year Old

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Mommy, you know there are bras for little girls too? Well, not for little girls like you, but older little girls, yeah. Like for 5 year olds? (Mind you, she turns 5 next month and apparently the world is going to drastically change when she’s 5 – she’ll officially be a big girl that can […]

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Thanksgiving in the Eyes of a Four Year Old

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Conversations with preschoolers can be fun. They come up with interesting thoughts, sometimes silly, but often humorous and enlightening. My 4-year-old daughter is a talker. She loves to ask about the world and has many ideas she shares with us – a lot. This makes for very entertaining drives to preschool in the morning. This […]

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Into the Mind of a Three Year Old

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My three year old daughter is incredibly cute. I’m not biased or anything. Just see for yourself. See? I told you so. Not only is she beautiful on the outside, but she’s an incredibly sweet little girl as well. And smart. Also? Funny. Truly funny – not just “Oh, she’s so cute so I’ll laugh […]

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