Need to do a Halloween handprint art project with your kids? Want something that is so easy and cheap? In our family, doing a handprint or footprint art activity for every occasion is a special tradition. I love creating, giving and, receiving handmade gifts. So, if you make me something I am more than likely to save and treasure it! I save and display all keepsakes from every holiday since they were tiny newborns! So, for Halloween, I have all the Halloween keepsakes like this bat garland displayed so I can see
“It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” — Maya Angelou Here I will share some ways to teach children about diversity but first, a personal story. I looked on while my hearing daughter, Coral (3 years old at the time) ran towards a girl a bit older than her at the playground. Coral motioned to the girl to come over and play. The girl understood her and started walking alongside her. She signed to the girl whilst the girl spoke to her.
When I was pregnant, I read up on nearly everything about breastfeeding. However, I was shocked to discover that breastfeeding be can be painful. I don’t mean like ouch, the baby is biting me. No… I mean like MASTITIS. *NOTE: This post was originally published in November 2015 and updated on August 2018.* First, I’ll share my story then tell you what mastitis is. A few minutes after birth, Coral latched onto my breast right away. She just knew what to do and at that instant, this became our favorite
Halloween is coming up soon! Are you ready to eat, drink & be scary?! Here is my Halloween ASL gift guide! I found a number of really cool products that would make Halloween super fun! The products are either shown in sign language and/or being sold by deaf-owned businesses. 1. Halloween Skeleton I Love You Necklace by RevelryJewelry This necklace has different length options and a choice of a letter (It can be an initial). 2. Zombie Love 8×10 Print by KeckerArt How fun is this print?! Gift this one