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You’ve probably read a few of my posts by now. My kids are young, our lives are a bit of a scramble most of the time, and we typically like playing outside and trying out crafts and activities. Recently, my three-year-old and I decided to try some egg-dying. Here’s the real story on how it went:

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We’re in the full swing of Spring and Easter is coming up this weekend. What better way to celebrate than by crafting with your little ones? Our “Somebunny Loves You Craft” makes a great homemade gift for family or a decoration for the home. Jessica from the Homer team made it over the weekend with her little ones!

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A few weeks ago, our Co-founder Stephanie shared a sweet moment when her daughter revealed wisdom around teamwork and trust. This week, our “Things Kids Teach Us” series continues as we hear from Samantha Duggar, another Homer mom and employee, and her reminder that it’s important to follow through on promises.

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This week’s Homer #CelebrateRealMoms post is about an all-too-familiar theme for parents of little guys: bedtime. Since bedtime still sends many of us over the edge, we asked Lindsey Patrick, a fellow mom, Children’s Services Manager for the Nashville Public Library, and teacher at Children’s Literature for the University of Tennessee, to share some of her bedtime routines. She has a seven-year-old budding reader who likes LEGOs, science experiments, cooking and all things Harry Potter (just like her mom).

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