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A World of Hope

A World of Hope

Rebecca and I had babies at the same time.  The only difference is that Rebecca was not a first time mom.  She had experience at this.  So as I entered the world with all the fears, questions, emotions and sometimes tears that new mommies experience, Rebecca was my safety harness.  I could turn to her(…)

Star Gazing in 2013

Star Gazing in 2013

Do your kids love star-gazing?  Maybe they enjoy the moon, comets or finding constellations.  Here are some special dates in 2013 with a brief explanation below for dates in the first quarter of 2013.  We’ll run this again in the beginning of April with some more information for the next quarter.  Don’t forget about a(…)

Kickin’ It With Mommy Zee:  Back to Class at Mile High Karate

Kickin’ It With Mommy Zee: Back to Class at Mile High Karate

So, maybe they’re adjusted to me going back to work, (in under two weeks) or maybe it’s because we were back at class, or maybe they’re just hitting adolescence sooner than I expected and the last couple of weeks were all just a bunch of hormones. Either way, the kids have been much better over(…)

Thunder Nationals Gives Family Big Smiles

Thunder Nationals Gives Family Big Smiles

We love it when one of our winners shares their photos with us.  Here’s what Rachel had to say: “I wanted to share these photos from the show that we won tickets for. We had a blast, and more importantly my little boy was able to spend the evening with a bi smile glued to(…)

Dog Diaries – A Recommended Read for Kids

Dog Diaries – A Recommended Read for Kids

Looking for a great new book series for the kids, check out this recommendation from a local elementary school librarian. There is a new series out called Dog Diaries!  These are even better than the horse diaries (and I loved the horse diaries)! Dog Diaries (by Beth Klimo) are books told from the dogs view,(…)

VENTURE QUEST

VENTURE QUEST

Guest Blog Post by Val Beerbower, Five Rivers Metro Parks In fall of 2011, Five Rivers MetroParks debuted a contest that was one part geocaching, one part treasure hunting and one part tree hugging. The Ash Tree Trek used GPS coordinates to help park patrons find MetroParks’ ten biggest ash trees, which were protected from(…)