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  1. We had a baby shower for my sister a few months ago and I'm with you about the gross baby games. A close friend hosted the shower, but my other sister and I helped out. Here are some games we played: We played a quick game where each guest filled out a card guessing/choosing which parent would best satisfy as the answer to each question. So, something like "Who will be more overprotective of baby....Mom or Dad?" "Who will change more diapers...Mom or Dad? My sister and her husband had answered the questions in advance and created an answer key. The one who missed the least won a prize.
  2. Congratulations! Your family is beautiful!
  3. My deepest condolences to you and your family. I'm so sorry.
  4. I haven't kept up with these threads, so forgive me if this has already been shared. This company has been republishing classics and recently published this book by Ella Frances Lynch: Educating the Child at Home. I thought that I'd share it here in case anyone would like it. 🙂
  5. Since I'm always interested in curriculum, I decided to take a look at Master Books. I was especially intrigued since there was mention of it being "Charlotte Mason inspired". But, after looking at a couple of their language samples, I can decidedly say that this not at all in keeping with Charlotte Mason. How misleading! I see that they define it as "inspired", but some of their lessons are actually in complete contradiction to her ideas and methods. There are different approaches to "narration", but this emulates another style and not CM. Where are the living books? On
  6. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you during this difficult time.
  7. I'm so sorry. This must be such a difficult time for you and your family. I hope your niece comes home safely.
  8. I'm so sorry! Thinking about you and your family during this difficult time.
  9. Aww, I'm sorry. 😞 That sounds tough. Hang in there.
  10. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Sending my deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family.
  11. Thornton Burgess also wrote a book for birds, the seashore and flowers. He also wrote some titles such as The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse, The Adventures of Grandfather Frog, etc. Feel free to message or email me if you have any questions. I'd be happy to help! Also, there are lots of articles on the blog portion of the website: A Mind in the Light as well as links to many books and resources under the tab Resources.
  12. books dark chocolate candles fires...and cooler weather to make fires nice trees windy days snuggles with children blackberry cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream hmmm...oh yes....books!
  13. My two daughters (17 and 23) were gifted a pair and absolutely love them! We know of others who have them and love them too. I recently gifted my mother a pair, since she loves to wear leggings and is always so generous with us. She loves them too. We are sure to wash them carefully and not put them in the dryer. Also, the big price tag includes a lifetime warranty, so if anything at all happens to them you can send them in for a new pair for free. 🙂 I found this article and thought it had some good tips! https://www.styledemocracy.com/lululemon-secrets-from-previous-employees
  14. I'm so sorry for your loss, OP. And my condolences to all of those in this thread who have suffered loss.
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