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Awesome way to meet other bloggers::: Hi, I’m Lisa Jo. And you?

Sassy answer to a stupid question::: Tell Me About It

Blog that is supposed to save me money, but actually makes me want to buy everything on it::: Copy Cat Chic

Post about grace::: Too Much Grace

Video that made me worry I am doing it all wrong, but gave me hope that I still do it right::: You Can’t Protect Me

This post is linked up to Saturday Stumbles at Its Come 2 This

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  1. Hi! I found you off the linky at Gypsy Mama. (Your logo was so cute. I had to come check you out. :))I loved the sassy answer article. Somedays don’t you just wish someone would ask, so that you could tell them what your day looked like?
    P.S. Love your subtitle. Lol’d.

  2. Oh I love the Copy Cat Site – so cute!! And I also loved The Gypsy Mama’s carnival … such a great idea! Thanks for linking up & sorry you had trouble:(
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  3. Girly, you put me on the same link list as Prodigal John? Can you say weekend officially made? Um, yea – SUH-WEET!!

    LJ
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  4. Marion Hecht says:

    What I do to encourage my four year old daughter to read is to provide things for her to draw or doodlewhen shefinds it hard to sit and listen to me read.
    We also stop to talk about the story, think about what will happen, look at the pictures on the page.
    Use the five finger test to see if a book is too difficult for your child. Pick any page and have your child read it aloud. If he/she makes errors five times on the page, then then you can read aloud rather than have him/her read it.
    Leave notes, emails, or letters reminding your child to read.
    Pick a story of interest to the child (such as a major sporting event or team member) and follow it in the newspaper. Read the stories together and create a scrapbook which contains articles and clippings the child has found.
    Read at the same time as your child, so the child understands that you enjoy reading as well.
    When your child asks questions about different topics make a visit to the library, go online, or look up information at home in books.
    Books on tape may be good as well.
    The Guiness Book of World Records may prove to be enjoyable for older children.

    • I am so sorry to make this difficult for you, but you have to post the comment on the giveaway post. Does that make sense? If not email me back and I will send you the direct link.

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