One Handed

It is a remarkable thing how our bodies adapt for survival.  Our senses can compensate for one another.  I know this, because my mother is a Dr. of Special Education. So, she’s told me.  My brother is half deaf and he reads lips. So, I’ve witnessed how his visual senses compensated for his hearing loss. Caretakers…

Featured Educational Material: Time Management

It can be difficult and a real challenge to find time in our week, let alone our day, to do all the things we have to do. Cooking. Cleaning: dishes, bathrooms, floors, dusting, and vacuuming.  Laundry. Working. Playing with our children: watching, washing, feeding, and reading. Bills. Shopping. Doctor appointments. It’s never ending. What am…

Genius Idea

Let’s get serious. Buying toys for babies can be a bit ridiculous. Now, I’m not saying that I don’t go out and purchase toys.  But, it gets to be pricey when they literally pick the toy up for two seconds and are bored.  Babies around 6-12 months have short attention spans.  So why spend loads…

McKinley’s First Moccamus!

This year, Moccamus was held on Saturday, October 13th.   A beautiful morning.  Moccamus falls on the second weekend of October.   It is a holiday my husband and I created three years ago.  The traditions on Moccamus as follows:  1) You must wear Moccasins for the day, or at least at some point in…

Pretty-Fall Day & The New Year!

It’s a pretty-fall day.  And when you say it out loud, it sounds like beautiful day, in a sort-of odd way.  Gosh, I love this time a year. Most people think of January 1st as the start of the New Year.  Yes, it’s the start of the new calendar year. I think about the year…