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Weekly Perspectives Round Up: Get Ready for May

Here we go, kids. Tomorrow it will be May - the bridge month between the school year and summer time, the (hopefully) last month that you’ll even have to consider dragging a sweater along, “just in case”.
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Here we go, kids. Tomorrow it will be May - the bridge month between the school year and summer time, the (hopefully) last month that you’ll even have to consider dragging a sweater along, “just in case”.

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If Kids Ruled Bedtime by Beth Vrabel

Rule #8 is the best one.

Symphony Bar Fondue (aka Heaven) from Karen Petersen

This sounds like the best potluck dessert idea, EVER.


Why Breastfeeding is an Environmental Issue by Cheris Udell

I never thought about it this way. Now when people give me a funny look because I nursed my girl until she was 14 months, I have another reason.

Celebrating National Poetry Month as a Mom and To Request or Not to Request? Choosing a Teacher for your Child by Carrie Finlinson

I love what Carrie says about reading as an adult. Now I’ll be breaking out my old favorite “A River Runs Through It” to read it with my older and wiser perspective.

Megan’s Get Out of Debt Plan

Money and budgets baffle me. This is the best explanation I’ve read to date.

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