Archive | March, 2012

What will survive of us is love

(Unfortunately sometimes that almost-instinct is proven to be untrue. Here’s a link if you don’t know what I’m referencing :)) March 6, 2012 – Woman shoots her 22 year old son and then herself. October 24, 1993 – Man puts his 13 year-old daughter into his truck and connects a hose to his exhaust pipe. […]

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Fun with Felt Board

So I got an app called Felt Board by Software Smoothie. This post isn’t a review of the app – you will be able to read that when its published at Smart Apps for Kids. This is to share some reflections as well as some pictures that won’t be included in the review. I also […]

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Thoughts about divisions Part II: People separated by a common language

Oliver had a meltdown on Sunday. I’ve read a number of stories about meltdowns. One of the best and most heart-wrenching is Don’t Laugh at MeĀ . If you’re unsure what the difference is between a tantrum and a meltdown then that’s a great place to start. Oliver has had smaller-scale meltdowns before, when faced with […]

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