As a father of three girls under the age of 10 I know that they are an interesting, entertaining, and creative lot. I am consistently caught off-guard with their cuteness and humor only to be left responding with belly laughs. A main cause for this is the unexpected way that they see and respond to the world around them.
In light of this, I am happy to recommend my little girl Alaynah’s blog for other little girls. The blog is called Birdy’s Nest. On it, Alaynah, or Birdy (nickname–think Larry Bird), writes about crafts, recipes, her devotions, being a big sister or whatever happens to come across her view.
As parents we are pleased that she is watching, thinking, writing, and working on her blog. We don’t really correct her spelling or grammar, as she is learning. We just gently guide and help as she goes. We have seen it really help her writing. It is also fun for her to talk with her friends locally about the articles while also meeting other kids. If you have young kids who are looking for a fun and safe blog to read consider Birdy’s Nest.
As a teaser consider this article: A Day in the Life of a Tea Bag
Have you ever wounder what it would be like if you were a tea bag?well i have(i am a fan of hot tea) but you have to push it back down cuz it always wants to float back up but you have to get all the flavor out of the tea bag.But i always feel so bad for it:(.Another fact is that it has to drown in VARY! HOT WATER.
The other side is that maybe the tea bag is happy to be pushed down in HOT WATER.:)
like maybe when it was in a garden it loved being in the sun.But one day the gardener took the plant and put him in a tea bag.So the tea bag was so sad.When he went to the store to be bought it was sad:( but you bought it so it though there was a chance to be hot.So when you push down the tea bag it likes it very much.
When you make your tea have you ever wondered that?
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