Monthly Archives July 2013

Cloudscape

“You see those clouds, Mom?” “I do.” “That one looks like a bear. Or maybe a wolf. No, definitely a bear.” “Which one?” “Wait. Now it turned into a king. A scared looking king.” “I don’t see it.” “You might need to crawl back here.”
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Post-It Math Games – Get Ready for K Through Play

Welcome to week 4 of Get Ready for K Through Play! If you have been following along for the past few weeks, then you know that this is an 8 week series with some of my favorite bloggers that will give you all the tools you need to prepare your child for Kindergarten in fun, hands-on ways….
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Sweet, Sweet Summer

So, first of all, an apology to any of my readers who attempted to visit the blog and got a warning message about malware. My site was not infected, but, I had a link to another site at the bottom of my page. This linked-to site apparently was also not infected. However, it may have…
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It’s a Miracle #2: Basil Oil Cured My Breastfeeding Blues

For all the mommies who have struggled or ARE struggling with breastfeeding and producing enough milk this post is for you! My actual bottle- well my third one really. Yes, THIS Basil Essential Oil cured my Breastfeeding Blues by helping me double my milk supply. I know this may sound hard to believe, and if…
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Underwater

“Mom, did you know I can think underwater now?” “Is that something new?’ “Sort of.” “What do you think about when you’re underwater?” “A lot of things. Everything.” “Like what?” “Mom, stop trying to get at my secrets.”
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Sophie’s Journey

This is our friend Sophia.  She has been a long time friend of Haven’s and we love her family dearly.  Lately Sophia has been struggling with getting help from doctors and has been waiting to start treatment.  I have included a note from her mom below and there is a link to her Facebook page….
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5 Reasons to be a Stay at Home Mom

My day today was enjoyable, albeit a little nuts. I have two children myself, a toddler and a newborn, but today, I had over two nieces, one nephew, and two neighbor kids (for a grand total of seven kids ages ranging from 2 weeks to 9 years). We swam and played in the water outside,…
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