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Peace

Peace: Peace is a state of tranquility or harmony. Peace Glistening water Crashing waves Peace Sunlight dapples No cloud to be seen Peace The wind breezes Sand beneath my toes Peace Time to myself Reading, sleeping, laughing Peace Ripples on the sea A view to behold Peace Rebuilding, strengthening Time out, refresh Peace

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To potty or not to potty?

Training: Training is the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies. Training has specific goals of improving one’s capability, capacity, and performance. Hello! Who out there is thinking about potty training their little one? Are you dreading Read More

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Happy 1st Birthday!

Birthday: A birthday is a day when a person celebrates the anniversary of his or her birth. Birthdays are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with a gift, party, or rite of passage. I have the perfect #magicmoment this Monday. Because today, is my youngest’s first birthday and this weekend has been filled with family loveliness Read More

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A Blockage and a Potty!

Blockage: The act of obstructing. Something that obstructs; an obstacle. So today I have the pleasure of hosting the blog hop, along with @Judith Kingston from www.secretsofthesandpit, for the lovely Emma @crazywithtwins. As those of you who have already linked up or are following all of the wonderful posts you know we are all here Read More

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Nearly One

Nearly One You’re nearly one, a baby no more. Crawling and cruising around the floor. Trying new words, making new sounds, Facial expressions from smiles to frowns. You like to be cuddled, love to be kissed. Looking at everything, nothing is missed. Reading a book, chewing a toy. You are an absolute total and wonderful Read More

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The Rule Book

Rule: noun: from Middle English rule, from Old French riule, from Vulgar Latin regula (“straight stick, bar, ruler, pattern”), from regere (“to keep straight, direct, govern, rule”); see regent.verb: from Middle English rulen, from Old French riuler, from Latin regulare (“to regulate, rule”), from regula (“a rule”); see regular. Rules, we all have them and Read More

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Rise Above

Above: a·bove, adv. On high; overhead: the clouds above. In heaven; heavenward. In or to a higher rank or position: the ranks of major and above. Superior to in rank, position, or number; greater than: put principles above expediency. Idiom: above all, over and above all other factors or considerations: Above all, tell the truth. Read More