Summer is a hot topic around here! With the sun shining and 80-degree weather, my oldest son asked, “Mommy is it summer?”
“Almost.” I assured him.
“I think it is summer,” he insisted. “I think it’s squirt gun weather!”
Oh how persistent they can be, eh? I had told them as they begged late last fall and this spring, that the squirt guns can’t come out until the summer. And now it has finally arrived. Plus, this is my boys’ last week of preschool so it really means summer is here. They are anxious to know what we are going to do when school is out.
Luckily, our blogging friends are giving us lots of fun ideas as summer is a hot topic with them too! Make sure to check them all out!
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A nice cold popsicle is such a treat on a hot summer day. This one especially caught my attention… it’s strawberry shortcake flavor and a delicious, guilt-free snack! Guess I need to pull out our popsicle molds!
I love the picture of reality There’s Just One Mommy gives us here, but also a reminder that we should hear on more than just Mother’s Day. You ARE a good mom! No matter what you think, you are the best mom to your little ones! You are enough. You are special. You are loved. You ARE a good mom!
Whether you have a child going through speech therapy or learning to read, these phonemic awareness tips will prove to be extremely helpful in helping your little one learn and grow both their vocabulary and sound producation!
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