Recycled Crafts Activities for Kids

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You kids need to involve themselves in different craft activities in order to be fully engaged during their tender age. These crafts opens their minds and prepares them for greater challenges. Check these examples below:

White Clay Tree Ornaments

These crafts can be made by recycling bag of air drying clay that are not useful again. Instead of polluting the environment by disposing of rubbish you can reuse the items and create new things. Teach your kids how to deal with waste disposal without haring nature.

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How to cope with illness

How to cope with illnessI sat on the hard linoleum floor at 2:30 a.m. rocking my 3 year-old while I waited for his nausea to pass. I had been up with him for a couple of hours already and exhaustion was beginning to set in. He settled down into my lap and eventually drifted off, no longer clutching his tummy. I finally tucked him back into his bed around 3 and prayed he would sleep the rest of the night.

As I slipped back into my own bed to grab my first real sleep of the night, I knew my plans for the next day would be drastically different now. I drifted off to sleep, but was awoken again around 6:30 a.m. by another tummy ache, this time my 5 year-old. As my other children woke up one-by-one, they complained of Continue reading

Persistent

Persistent
/pərˈsistənt/
continuing firmly or obstinately in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition
AND
continuing to exist or endure over a prolonged period
PersistentMotherhood is the most extreme endurance sport there is. There is nothing that will test your patience, sleep deprivation resistance or desire to succeed more than Motherhood. It is also the one sport that you are never truly allowed to throw in the towel. You may want to and you may try, but at the end of the day, you will get right back up and try again. Why?Because…

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Cultivating a positive body-image

Cultivating a positive body-imageSaggy boobs. Jiggly belly. C-section scars. Stretch marks. Nursing boobs.

The body you had before having your kids is likely not the same as the one you have after, however, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a positive body-image. It doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate your femininity, even if you have to adjust your thinking a bit.

Having a positive body-image is a powerful feeling that will translate into many areas in your life. It gives you confidence in yourself, which will give you confidence in your decisions, work and family. Continue reading