Are your kids water babies?

Babies and children have a natural love of the water. It’s little wonder when you remember they spent the first 40 weeks of their lives swimming around the in-house leisure pool, otherwise known as your uterus!  In fact, floating around in a warm pool will feel more natural for them than being on dry land. Babies are born with an amazing natural ability to swim.  A pair of primitive reflexes known as the dive and swim reflex means they’re able to hold their breath, open their eyes and move their arms and legs in a swimming motion from birth. However, […]

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What Do you DO For Work

When I first started this blogging venture, it wasn’t something I thought I would really make money enough to live on but I was willing to give it a try and so far it has been paying off both emotionally and financially. Trying to answer that old question “what do you DO for work?” is difficult for me though, you see I was taught that I need to have some elevator pitch but honestly I write and do so much on this blog and write about various other things on my other blog that I don’t think a 15 second […]

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Keeping Long Distance Family Updated

I used to be pen pals with my great grandmother who I call Grena but over time we stopped writing and I don’t recall if I “owe” her a letter of if she “owes” me one. Surely she is getting up in age and may not be able to write as often as she used to, which gave me an idea. What if I created a weekly or monthly newsletter for my family members who live further away? I rarely see my family it seems their busy lives take them over and well my children clearly take up so much […]

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