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Space Exploration Day!

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to step foot on the surface of the Moon. In 1984, the day was proclaimed a holiday by President Ronald Reagan. Each year, Americans celebrate the monumental event also called, “Moon Day”. These courageous astronauts launched into space on the massive Saturn V […]

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Love Comes First

The holiday season is upon us, and that usually includes a lot of time spent with family and friends, and a lot of focus on activities, traditions, and relationships. There is often more to do than at other times during the year, like holiday parties, work, school, and social events, and the preparation involved for […]

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Holiday Gift Guide, Ages 2 through 7

Every year, before Christmas, I like to clean out my kids’ toys that they are no longer playing with, to keep the clutter to a minimum, before Santa brings more toys! One new thing I’m trying this year as I shop for gifts, is looking for four categories of presents: “Something you want, something you […]

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Santa at the Palm Beach Outlets!

Santa has arrived at the Palm Beach Outlets! The thing that is amazing about this Santa is that you receive two FREE 4×6 Santa photo prints and a high res digital download of single image! Additional photos and Christmas merchandise available for purchase. One giveaway per family, per Christmas season. Some restrictions may apply. Valid only […]

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Keeping your Little Elves Busy

With Christmas just around the corner, we all feel that we might just need a “Christmas miracle” to finish everything that comes up during the holidays. My little elves’ ideas of helping, although I love their Christmas spirit, are just really doubling the work. Here are a few of my favorite Montessori holiday lessons your […]

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The Nutcracker in Palm Beach County!

When I was a little girl, wrapping Christmas presents usually involved listening to Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky‘s The Nutcracker.  As I got older, this morphed into watching Macaulay Culkin in the 1993 New York City Ballet’s production of the ballet.  Finally when I was first married, my husband took me to see the ballet in person at the […]

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