She is the mother of one four and a half year old little boy.
She spends her days trying to gratefully fill her roles as a mom, daughter, sister, friend, student, and employee.
I’ve had it in my therapy stash for 10 years or more.
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I love these because they’re easy to make, small and portable. You can pull them out in a waiting room with kids and keep them entertained without having to be plugged in.
What To Write In A Paper Fortune Teller Siddharth Rajan Thesis
They’re great for practicing colors, spelling and numbers.
My son and I were coloring the other day when I found these awesome squares of paper and remembered how much fun it was to make these when I was little. Fold one corner up to meet the opposite corner, unfold. You should have a square with two diagonal folds crossing in the middle. Flip the square over, and again fold each corner in to the central point. Using your marker/crayons/colored pencils, write a color on each of the four outside finger flaps.
Pull the pointed ends together, and tuck your fingers under the flaps.
She dreams about the beach in Florida, living in a cabin in the woods, and taking a cross country trip without any sort of time or financial restraints.
She is looking forward to sharing her adventures with you.