Month: April 2015

Please, anything BUT a sandwich!!

“I like sandwiches, sandwiches are fine. I like sandwiches, I eat them all the time…”   While Raffi may sing about liking sandwiches, sometimes, we just get plain tired of them.  But they are SO easy to make!  So what to do instead? One of the alternatives that my kids love is Chicken Waldorf Salad. […]

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I secretly rolled my eyes at my dayhome provider

Childcare is an industry that starts from one undeniable truth: the childrens’ parents have returned to work.  Childcare is a service that allows parents to prioritize their career aspirations or their financial needs over staying at home with their children.  Without that childcare, many parents would find that the career and the life that they’d spent so much […]

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6 ingredients to an AWESOME lunch

As the weather turns nicer, and our thoughts turn to getting outside, field trips to the zoo, lunches at the park, etc.  Planning portable and healthy meals can be a challenge. These quick and yummy, either warm or cold, roll ups are just the ticket! Portable, easy for little hands to hold, and completely customizable […]

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Climbing trees makes for stronger and more intelligent children

We are big believers in our house about letting our children explore their own physical boundaries. Climbing up the slide is only one of those explorations. Climbing trees, using the swing set as a climbing structure and allowing the kids on the roof (with us right with them, of course) are some of the ways […]

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Climbing out of the Valley of Despair

We all have the capacity for greatness, and we all have the capacity for great failure. Recently, we, Jon and I, have embarked on a journey to grow Dayhome Registry to a business of greatness. And this journey is testing me. Testing my faith, testing my resilience, testing my skills, and above all, testing my […]

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