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 […]