Check out this list of 2013 summer camps and classes in the Tarrant County area.
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- Parents can relate to the heroine of this Disneynature documentary, a struggling single ‘mom’ with two young cubs, even if she does wear a fur coat every day.
- These cute and furry friends automatically signal spring.
- Repurposing simple packages as sweet Easter wrappings
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- Have it considered in our Mother’s Day food story.
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Now that spring is here and the weather is warmer, with longer days, our older children will probably enjoy walking home from school. Pick a route that is easy for your child to remember even if it may take a little longer. Turning one corner is easier for your child to remember than having to turn five. Walk the path home with them physically a number of times, and a few times walking behind without them knowing. When you walk the route with your child, focus on the things your child will notice, especially within their dominant sensory mode.
"Patience." It's a simple word, but a hard one to embrace when you're stretched thin as a parent who is caring for both your children and your parents or in-laws.
If you have a child old enough to speak, I bet you have heard these words: "I am bored."
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- Paid advertising: 2013 summer camps and classes
- Classes 4 Kids
Art, dance, gymnastics and swimming classes for kids!
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