Every President’s Day we set aside time to celebrate our 45 American presidents. Did you know that the official name of this holiday is Washington’s Birthday? In honor of the holiday, I decided to share some interesting facts about our presidents. On the day he was shot, Lincoln told his bodyguard that he had dream […]
My youngest son, with a last name of Valdes is not fully bilingual. But you’re such a proponent of conserving and sharing your culture. But your whole deal is about being a proud Latina. But you’re so Type A and overly organized, Danay. I know I know. Listen, I’m fully aware of what a hypocrite […]
This post may have been compensated in goods, services, or monetarily, however all opinions are 100% my own. I’ve been so busy with work and events that I haven’t had a chance to get the Teenybopper prepared for the new school year. It just kind of snuck up on me. If you are new to […]
A co-op is a great way to make sure your kid still gets the school experience. That means there are a lot of other kids. Where there are kids, there are germs. It’s like a human Petri dish. Check out how we’re using PURELL® Multi Surface Disinfectant to make sure we nix 99.99% of those germs.
I’m going to be very honest. I used to be one of those people who thought homeschooling was weird and detrimental to kids. Then I educated myself and discovered homeschooling in a co-op.
Once in a while, in life you have these Ah Ha moments where you need to stop and just take something in for a bit. I had one of these last week on a gorgeous spring day at the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, Virginia. It’s less than an hour’s drive from either Williamsburg […]