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Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) | Morgan’s Fund Event in Austin March 25th

Sponsored By :: The Morgan Leary Vaughan FundWhat is Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)?  Predominately due to prematurity, Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) is a rare, inflammatory disease that leads to necrosis (death) of the intestine. The Morgan Leary Vaughan Fund (Morgan’s Fund) emerged from a need to establish a mechanism for:  Disseminating credible and timely information about Necrotizing […]

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15 Beautiful (But Hard To Pronounce) Baby Names

One of the most common baby naming dilemmas is pronunciation. On one hand, nobody will mispronounce Emma or Noah … but Emma and Noah will run into a bazillion other Emmas and Noahs. Then there are the less common names: those that are unquestionably unique, but will definitely require a lifetime of corrections (or just […]

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Easter Bunny Finger Puppet

Cut out two circles (one bigger than the other) then cut out two small holes for fingers on the larger one. Cut out some pink feet, cheeks, and ears. Glue them on and add a paper carrot! Have the kids stick their thumb and finger in the holes to make it look like it’s holding […]

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Paper Easter Egg Garland

Have the kids make this Easter egg chick garland for an Easter decoration! Just cut out egg shapes on pieces of colored paper then have the kids cut out lines, wings, wavy lines, etc. then have them glue it on with some googly eyes. Clip them all on a piece of twine with little clothespins. […]

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Easter Bunny Paper Treat Bags

Make these adorable Easter bunny paper bags to put treats in!! Fill them with jelly beans or cadbury eggs. You will need white paper bags then with a pencil, starting about 4 inches down in the middle make a mark and draw a curved”V”. Cut it out, fill the bag, then tie some cute twine […]

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Make Cardboard Robot Puppets that Move!

Learn how to create fun robot puppets that actually MOVE using cardboard and other recycled materials in this make and play project for kids by Danielle Falk of Little Ginger Studio. Any art teacher will sing the praises of humble ol’ cardboard as a brilliant material for art-making. A cardboard box has endless possibilities for […]

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DIY Mini Roads Set

Make a gorgeous DIY mini roads set for encouraging fine and gross motor development, building shapes, letters of the alphabet and hours of imaginative play on the go too! Perfect as an easy homemade gift idea, and even more brilliant when paired with a vehicle related story book. Let’s make a DIY mini roads set!… […]

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How To Make Homemade Baby Food: 5 Great Recipes

Once your baby reaches the 8 or 9 month mark, she’s ready to move past single-ingredient purees and on to food combinations.  These combos can be simple, of course (mixing mashed blueberries into oatmeal, stirring pureed broccoli into brown rice, etc.)  Or, if you’re feeling fancy, you can whip up more sophisticated meals. For information […]

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Rainbow Windsock Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Catch the spring winds with this adorable little rainbow windsock toilet paper roll craft. This adorable craft makes for a great rainy day activity. *this post contains affiliate links* This colorful spring craft idea will turn even the darkest rainy day into a bright and fun one. And once the rain stops pouring your kids […]

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New Spring Spelling Activities

We have added some Spring themed spelling activities to our spring vocabulary printables. Featuring some lovely spring animals and flowers, they are sure to cheer any clas

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