By Vicki Little Every morning in my house, it’s the same story. I beg over and over for my son to get ready. To keep my son moving along, I continuously ask questions like: “Are your teeth brushed?” Then, after his inevitable response of ”oops, sorrrrrry!“ I whisper to myself: “Count to 10.” Repeat. I had started rating(…)
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By Vicki Little Our classroom teachers have been nurturing, molding, comforting, disciplining, and helping our children for almost nine months now. With the end of the year creeping up, it’s time to thank our fearless leaders for all they have done. Forget the small gifts that might end up in the closet. Instead, gather the(…)
By Vicki Little Finding the perfect gift for Mother’s Day was so much easier when we were in elementary school and our teachers or dads did all of the work for us. As adults, it is now up to us to decide what to get the woman who wiped our noses, kissed our boo-boos, and(…)
By Vicki Little After Angelina Jolie underwent a preventative double mastectomy because of her genetic risk for breast and ovarian cancers, she told the New York Times: “It has got to be a priority to ensure that more women can access gene testing and lifesaving preventive treatment, whatever their means and background, wherever they live.”(…)
By Vicki Little What’s not to love about dollar stores? You can stretch five dollars pretty far in a dollar store. But not everything is worth the dollar you might spend. I know to steer clear of the hair ties since they pull too hard on my daughter’s hair. The dollar kitchen utensils break or(…)
By Vicki Little Earth Day is April 22nd, and what better way to honor our planet than to think green? Earthday.org is a wonderful resource of activities and actions to take this to a new level. But to get started, here are 7 ways you can be more green: 1) Use Less. Seems simple enough,(…)
By Vicki Little Having a daughter is both a beautiful and terrifying thing. My “mini-me” often sneaks into the bathroom when I am getting ready and watches with curious eyes as I put on my make-up. She asks me what each product is for and how I use it. Then much later, I discover my little(…)