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Cape Cod Summer Bucket List!

Excited for a great Cape Cod Summer but looking for a list of things to do?  Check out this list of fun things to fill your summer! Places to VisitWoods Hole Aquarium - Falmouth(Upper Cape)Sandwich Fish Hatchery - Sandwich(Upper Cape)Heritage Museum and Gardens - Sandwich(Upper Cape)Aptucxet Museum - Bourne(Upper Cape)Cape Cod Children's Museum - Mashpee(Upper… Continue reading Cape Cod Summer Bucket List!

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake

Whether you are looking for a yummy snack or a special birthday cake, this cake will be your new favorite. It isn't too difficult, if you follow this recipe and your kids will love it! Prep time: 25 minCook time: 25 minMakes one 6in & one 8in round cakesCake Ingredients2 cups flour2 cups sugar1 tsp baking soda1 tsp salt1/2 cup unsalted… Continue reading Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake


Contigo 2nd Water Bottle Recall in a year!

According to CPSC Contigo has announced a recall of 5.7 Million Kids water bottles due to choking hazard; including replacement lids provided in previous recall From Contigo directly "This recall only involves Contigo® Kids Cleanable Water Bottle sold from April 2018 through February 7, 2020. The water bottles come in three sizes (13-ounce, 14-ounce and… Continue reading Contigo 2nd Water Bottle Recall in a year!


Thin Mint Mini Pie Cups: A Girl Scout Cookie Favorite

My always resourceful and creative daughter, Dawn Elizabeth, is a 10 year old junior Girl Scout & currently her life revolves around girl scout cookies.  So I shouldnt have been surprised when last weekend she chose to create a thin mint inspired dessert. What I didn't expect was for it to be so amazing &… Continue reading Thin Mint Mini Pie Cups: A Girl Scout Cookie Favorite

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Technology: A tool for kids with learning differences

With all the pressure to reduce screen time, monitor social media, and keep our children protected from the depths of the internet, Technology has gotten a pretty bad rep in the parenting world. However, for many families, technology can be the tool they need to help unlock a world of accessibility for their child. Children with learning differences, executive functioning delays, autism, ADHD, dyslexia, etc. have started using these 3 simple tools, that you probably already own, to "level the playing field" and use technology to help them succeed, with independence.

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Non-Fiction Books that Will Motivate your Child to Change the World!

Looking for the perfect book for your grade-school child? Want your child to change the world? Would rather have your child read about history than flying pigs? Look no further! After realizing how much my 8-year-old LOVES reading non-fiction stories. I decided to compile this list of books she will be receiving over the next… Continue reading Non-Fiction Books that Will Motivate your Child to Change the World!