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Michelle Ewing
Michelle Ewing
Michelle Ewing

Michelle Ewing

Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

done for 18 years, this would make the most amazingly simple yet thorough "baby book"

Licensed to...Love, Protect, Heal, Strengthen, Comfort, Teach, Uplift, Encourage, Nourish, Guild, Inspire, Cherish ...Foster.

Vital Records Binder to help keep important documents and info in a safe, easy to find location

How To Assemble A Red File For Emergency Preparedness Posted by admin on August 27, 2013

Frugal ideas for organizing your office in style! (scheduled via www.tailwindapp.com)

You’ve Saved Up A Down Payment, You’re Pre-Approved For A Mortgage, You’ve Found A Place You Love. Now, HEADS UP! There’ll Be All Sorts Of Extra Fees and Charges Coming At You. With This Handy Chart You’ll Be Prepared For The Hidden Costs That Come With Buying A #Home. -Review Journal

Put a few 20 dollars bills in the album a year and give it to your child as a graduation gift. That way you don't drain your bank account as graduation gets closer, you have already started saving for it since the birth!

a child born to another woman calls me mommy. the magnitude of that tragedy & the depth of that privilege are not lost on me.

Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

Interview with your child - great to do once a year on their birthday or when starting school for their scrapbook.

Foster Parenting Step-by-Step: How to Nurture the Traumatized Child and Overcome Conflict « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

Personalized T-shirt with your child's favorite stuffed animal

Journey through foster care. Easy to see how this interrupts a child's education!

Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child. "Awesome advice. I love how it explains why you need to do certain things, and the child's perception of disagreements. Really really liked this."

What kind of child do you have? A fun-loving child, a sensitive child, a determined child, or a more serious child? Once you know what kind of child you have, you can work to improve your life – and theirs!

The five most important things to say to your child at bedtime

Great inspiration board a gender neutral room with 2 beds

How much sleep does your child need? A handy chart. Need to print this off and give to the parents of my students. " no it's not ok that your 10 year old goes to bed at 11 on a school night"