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Don't Forget St. Patricks Day!
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It is so easy to always look to the main events on the calender. Christmas, Easter and so on. But let's not forget an event for one of the small nations of the world, which is celebrated, almost in every country.
St. Patrick's Day, it's a celebration of the Irish, but it is shared and extended to every Nation.
Kids love it because it ticks so many of the boxes. History, Snakes, Gold, Leprechauns, Raindows and so many tales. Oh Yes, and so much Green!
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St. Patricks Day Activities with plenty of ideas and so much fun.
If you have something to offer others, a hobby, skill, whether it be typing services, translating books into other languages or a skill like making knitting patterns or how to can surplus foods, you can create a website or blog and share your passions and earn a tidy little income on the side.
As you work in your home, you can sing with your young ones, build their vocabulary, develop their physical strength and grow their characters. Throw in a few crafts a week, some chunks of time spent reading and building motor skills, then by the end of the day you will both have had days where you have learnt a whole lot of skills.
Never underestimate your home and everything that it has to offer your family – not just in the toddler years, but also all the way through until you wave them off into their own homes one day.
"Thank God, O women, for the quietude of your home, and that you are queen in it. Men come at eventide to the home; but all day long you are there, beautifying it, sanctifying it, adorning it, blessing it. Better be there than wear a queen's coronet. Better be there than carry the purse of a princess. It may be a very humble home. There may be no carpet on the floor. There may be no pictures on the wall. There may be no silks in the wardrobe; but, by your faith in God, and your cheerful demeanor, you may garniture that place with more
splendor than the upholsterer's hand ever kindled." ---Reverend T. DeWitt Talmage, D.D
I hope you are encouraged to simply enjoy life at home with your toddlers,
Until next time