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A Better Way to Say Sorry


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A great way to teach kids (but not only kids) to say I’m sorry! http://www.cuppacocoa.com/a-better-way-to-say-sorry/ 🙂 Share on Facebook

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Input equals Output


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I just got an e-mail with an interesting graphic from EducationNews.org about how (much) kids consume TV and on how the quality of TV shows can affect children as they grow up. Check it out after the break. Share on Facebook

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Alea Luna Jenny


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My wife Nina gave birth to our babygirl Alea Luna on the 29th of December! Everything went fine, we’re all happy, grateful and amazed. Share on Facebook

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