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Tell Them Your Story

Tell Them Your Story

My son tells stories with his whole body. He gets a look when he is telling one. He raises his bushy eyebrows, looks down the tip of his nose, and launches in exuberantly. He has already developed a sense of timing, inflection for emphasis, and sense of humor. He approaches a story wide-eyed. He even […]

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KnoxvilleEasterEvents2017

Knoxville Easter Events 2017

Easter is a holiday that is celebrated so well in our big little city and I am super excited to share lots of fun family events coming up soon! Whether this is a new experience for you or you’re an Easter-in-Knoxville veteran, we have all of the event information you need for one fantastic egg-hunting, […]

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Social Emotional Development

Social Emotional Development: Using Books to Teach Important Life Skills {Free Printable}

One of the most influential things we can do for our children is to nurture and encourage their social emotional development. These foundational tools will help them understand and express their own feelings, accurately read and respond to other people’s emotional state, manage their own expressions, show empathy to others and be able to maintain relationships as they […]

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Call Me Old-Fashioned

Call Me Old-Fashioned: Why You Should Still Buy a Newspaper

Yes, go ahead and call me old-fashioned, but I read the newspaper. Perhaps it’s the journalist in me (I majored in journalism in college). Perhaps it is just as much a morning ritual as drinking my coffee. Maybe it was my grandparents’ influence on me; all those years that I observed them sipping coffee in […]

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