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A 5 Year Old On Turning 5

a different perspective

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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Thanksgiving in the Eyes of a Four Year Old

a different perspective

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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6 AM Conversations

Baby Girl

“Where are we going mami?” “Today’s a work day baby, so we have to get dressed so you can go to abuela’s house. Daddy has to go to work. Mommy too.” “Why?” “Why do we have to work? Well, so we can get money so we can buy food. And clothes.” “So you can take […]

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Talking to your Kids

Parenting

A few of my co-workers are former teachers. Specifically, they were elementary school teachers, so I often seek their advice on how to teach my daughter certain things and be sure I’ve got her on the right track for when she starts pre-K or school. One of them said something to me that has stuck […]

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Conversations with my Daughter

a different perspective

Baby girl: Mommy, mommy! Help! My goat needs help. Me: What’s wrong with your goat? Baby girl: He’s stuck on the light! (points up to the light in the hallway) Me: Oh! Well tell your goat to jump down. Baby girl: He can’t! Me: Why not? Baby girl: He has no feet! ****************************************************************************************** Baby girl: […]

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