Back in the Saddle

Here we are! It’s a new year. With every car door I opened today I took a breathe wishing you , your little (and myself) well. As luck ( or […]

Christmas Craziness 😳

I didn’t realize we have so many ornaments made but there’s a lot. Todays ornament might be one of my favorites It’s a glass ornament filled with paint and swirled […]

Rainy Days Aren’t So Bad

We looked at the radar today so we knew we would be stuck inside. Inside really isn’t a terrible place to be. These littles are so incredibly good I can […]

Sitting With Sadness

We have all had sadness in our life at some point. If it has been a traumatic event that ended with sadness sometimes that causes us to feel very uncomfortable […]

Cookies at the Cafe

Our day has been jam packed with fun We had visitors first thing this morning. Two former preschool students are in the 8th grade abs job shadowed me today. It […]

Add a Little Ketchup

Once in a while we introduce new foods that you might not serve at home. Did you know it may take 12-15 times to serve a “new food” before your […]

Celebrations and Holidays

Some early childhood programs seem to build their curriculum around the holidays, just going from one to the other on the calendar. We don’t take that approach. We are just […]

How Important are Materials

Today we opened two Christmas gifts from Grahams great grandmother. ( Thank you !) Kids are generally excited about ANY new toy but teachers aren’t always equally excited. Today I […]

Five Little Snowman

We are changing up tradition a little this year. We always do the handprint snowmen on a round bulb. I do change up the colors of the bulb. Today we […]


Traditions are another structure that builds resilience in children and families. I heard another provider tell her families tradition the other day. She said they light candles on Christmas Eve […]