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The Privilege of Choice

I believe in public schools. My mother's service to others as a public school teacher at a center-based special education school as well as Jonathan Kozol 's work in educational inequality and social justice made a huge impact on me from a young age. I vowed to myself that I would always teach in a… Continue reading The Privilege of Choice

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8 Books to Inspire Your Teaching

Hey Educators & Free Spirits! I haven't written a post about teaching in awhile because I've been totally immersed in full time parenting. It's been such a beautiful & ever-changing journey, with many challenges and many moments that I wish I could just freeze and bask in forever. With some of you having over a… Continue reading 8 Books to Inspire Your Teaching

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Children’s Books That Inspire & Empower

Today we are fortunate to have access to a surplus of amazing children's books. Authors aren't afraid to share real life injustices with children and hopefully, by having openhearted and frank conversations with our little ones, we will raise children who seek love, peace, and social justice for all. Children's books are becoming more accessible… Continue reading Children’s Books That Inspire & Empower

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6 Ways to Engage Yourself & Your Infant

We've almost made it to the five month mark and the difference between our daughter's abilities at three months compared to now is remarkable! She is holding her head up, babbling, smiling, and engaged in the world....truly ready to explore! The first few months of parenthood we enjoyed taking our daughter out in her ergo… Continue reading 6 Ways to Engage Yourself & Your Infant

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5 Ways to Use Board Books With Your 5 month old

From powerful and vibrant illustrations, tackling tough subjects through storytelling, imagination building, inspirational tales, embracing unique and different, there are SO many ways to use a good children's book. When friends and family asked what they could purchase for us for our soon-to-be-born I usually replied with "Books!" When we were in the states we… Continue reading 5 Ways to Use Board Books With Your 5 month old