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People love learning about service with their kids! A few of them said:

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    We had an amazing day visiting the palms at Bonaventure and giving Valentines and hugs to the sweet residents.

    - Susie
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    My grandchildren & I had a wonderful time passing out Valentines today at Sunrise. The smiles on their faces made my day.

    - Lorraine
  • It was a true honor to be a part of the Valentine’s Day activities at Belmont Village in Thousand Oaks. Lots of hugs and love. We had a great time and the kids even sang. Our hearts are filled with smiles.

    - Jenny

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6 Tips for a Boy Who’s Starting Kindergarten

6 Tips for a Boy Who’s Starting Kindergarten

Aug 4, 2016 | One Comment

Dear Paxton, I know you aren’t the biggest fan of advice, but I have some for you. I went to Kindergarten once, so I know a thing or two about this. I would say this to you in person, but you seem pre-occupied right now, growling like a gorilla in your room, so I’ll type […]

Trampoline Timeout: How $27 Changed my Parenting

Trampoline Timeout: How $27 Changed my Parenting

Jun 18, 2016 | No Comments

I will admit it: I don’t know much about boys. I grew up with a sister, and I’m not a boy myself, so parenting my son is challenging at times. Besides the fact that I don’t understand his obsession with weapons, I’m also confused about his need for movement. I recently heard a podcast episode […]

Stuffed-Animal and Action Figure Drive

Stuffed-Animal and Action Figure Drive

Feb 25, 2016 | 4 Comments

My daughter loves cats; thus, for her last birthday, she received six stuffed cats. Six! And while I am so appreciative of the generosity of friends and family, we don’t need piles of stuffed animals in every room. More than wanting to clear clutter, I’m organizing a stuffed-animal drive to help my kids fight entitlement. […]

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