Storytelling is like magic and I find it very challenging to create something from nothing. I suppose I fall more in line with my mother’s method of grabbing the nearest book when my children need to be entertained. I started early and often with Taylor.
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Thank you to our sponsor, EPIC Endeavors Academy, for this post about STEM-related education. As a young child, I was always exploring outside. I loved being in nature, watching the world around me change. I saw the leaves and flowers bloom in the spring. In the summer, I noticed all different kinds of bugs and […]
Rochester MN Moms Blog is passionate about connecting you with local resources. We’re happy to provide some tips on preschool selection from one of our sponsors, EPIC Endeavors Academy. How do I find the best preschool for my child? EPIC Endeavors Academy shares some steps to researching preschools and finding the best fit for your […]
Here are some “back to school” tips that I (as both a school counselor AND mom) want to share with families and communities:
3 elements The three most important elements to a successful Back-to-School photo are 1) lighting, 2) the story you want to tell, and 3) your child. When I teach photography classes for parents, I spend a lot of time on the importance of lighting. After all, photography is basically capturing light. In fact, the word “photography” […]
It’s time to go back to school, and staff in Youth Services at Rochester Public Library are getting ready for another season of youth events at the library.
Back to school is so nostalgic and exciting. Schedules. New backpacks. Brand new markers, Elmer’s Glue, socks, sweet kicks (you know the Sketchers that light up… those!) Stocked kitchen…. 9 months later……. 9 months into the school year….(well technically it is 10 months later for our family, because my daughter goes to Longfellow, which is […]
The engine of my navy Honda Pilot roared as I pressed the accelerator to the floor, racing to get my preschooler to school on time. I panicked not because I was running late and would suffer the dreaded parental punishment of walking my child to the front office and requesting a late slip. No, not […]