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The Cunningham Family: around here: week 11 2020 – Parenting Twins Article

{“I’m not tired” Exhibit A}Jumping… on the trampoline with Carly one afternoon and cracking up over how staticky our hair got.  She looked like a giant ray of sunshine.Building… amazing towers with magnetix after school each day.  These toys have been a great investment- all my kids play with them and they inspire lots of creativity.  This set is a good deal on Amazon.Snuggling… with Grady any time I am on the couch.  He jumps up like he is a…

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World Down Syndrome Day — TWINS Magazine – Parenting Twins Article

   Each year on March 21st or 3/21 people across the world celebrate World Down Syndrome Day. For 2020 the call to action is  “We Decide.”  From WorldDownSyndromeDay.com: “All people with Down syndrome should have full participation in decision making about matters relating to or affecting their lives. Effective and meaningful participation is a core human rights principle supported by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).” Some interesting facts about Down Syndrome: Down Syndrome…

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How To Help Our Children Navigate The Trauma Of Coronavirus – Foster Parents Article

| Share | Tweet | Pin It | email We are in unprecedented and uncharted territory with the Coronavirus outbreak. In fact, the landscape of life is changing quickly because of it. How do we help our children navigate the anxiety, stress, and added trauma of all of this? If you’re anything like us, it’s been a week. We’ve all mostly stayed at home, helplessly standing by while school gets cancelled, spring sports get postponed, church services cease, and life as…

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5 Immunity Boosters for Grandparents at Home – Parents Article

Coronavirus or Covid-19 has left the world in a tizzy. What used to be news about the danger in some distant land, now seems to lurk somewhere in our neighborhoods. There is no cure, so precaution and prevention are of utmost importance. It is been said the elderly and people with chronic conditions are more at risk. Grandparents and the elderly at home now need to be looked after more than ever. The fear of the Covid-19 spreading in communities…

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Finding TOMORROW – FMF – Joyful Reliance, Resourceful Moxie – Single Mum, Parents Article

This is another post for Five Minute Friday, where we take 5 minutes to write about a one-word prompt, and then share the post on the Five Minute Friday website. Here’s my post for this week’s prompt. This week our one-word prompt is: TOMORROW. You can check out all the other great posts, or submit your own Five Minute Friday creation, right here: Five Minute Friday Link Up 03/20/2020 Now on to the topic at hand. It’s been quite a…

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So Much Space! The 2020 Toyota Sienna LTD AWD Minivan from GoFatherhood® – Single Dad, Parents Article

I’ve lost count of how many vehicles I’ve owned in my years of driving, but there’s no question, the roomiest were the minivans. When you have kids and pets, it’s just glorious to have all the space, and modern vans offer features we just dreamt of back in the day, like a blu-ray player for videos and fold-down seat stowage. We started with a Chrysler Town & Country van which was great, but the upgrade to a Toyota Sienna was…

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The Politics of SMCs – Single Mothers by Choice – Single Mum, Parents Article

When I first joined the national Single Mothers by Choice (SMC) organization, and my local group, I assumed the other women I would meet – virtually and in person – would be fairly similar to me.  I thought that making such an “unconventional” life choice would be a decision only left-leaning, primarily urban/coastal women would make.  I could not have been more wrong. What I’ve found instead is an amazingly diverse community of women.  Our political affiliations are all across…

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Spies In Disguise Activity Sheets For Coronavirus Lockdowns – Single Dad, Parents Article

I know it’s a strange time out there.  It’s really a strange time anywhere no matter where you are on the planet.  One piece of advice for all of you.  Do not eat bats.  I mean.  Just don’t do it.  No matter how tempting it might sound, we have repeated conclusive evidence that consuming these creatures produces bad outcomes.  And not the kind where you live forever in a coffin avoiding the light of day.  Although the coffin part might…

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How to Maintain a Positive Mindset Right Now – The Real Chic Life – Single Mum, Parents Article

I just like many of you have been working from home for the past week. We are certainly experiencing unprecedented times right now and if you’re anything like me your emotions are a little mixed. You might be thankful for the downtime and the ability to spend more time with your families in the comfort of your own home, but you also might be very worried about your own health and the health of those people you are spending time…

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Staying Active at Home | A Blog Post – Foster Parents Article

Posted on 20th March 2020 by Beth Owen Sometimes it can be hard to stay active, especially when you’re at home for long periods of time. Usually, you might head to the gym for exercise, or perhaps you attend weekly classes, or prefer to swim. But, during a period where a lot of us are working from home, you may need to tweak your routine slightly. Keeping fit and healthy can encourage you to work better, especially in a completely…

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