M is for Monster

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Help your Preschooler build their phonics knowledge with this amazing bird phonics worksheet, focusing on short a/e.
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PreK, Kindergarten
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• And then there were 3…Like most moms, that day was etched in my mind like a distant dream. I’ll never forget when I saw her for the first time. Her five little fingers that wrapped so tightly around my one. Her long, skinny body. I was in baby heaven that first night in the hospital. I couldn’t believe how much love can exude from my heart. I had this overwhelming feeling of awe mixed with love. And it was in that moment, that moment of baby bliss and amazement, which I realized I wasn’t in it for me anymore. I was in it for this little person that I was supposed to nurture and help grow. It was my responsibility to make sure this tiny being was successful in this hard, cold world.spend time every day making and creating toShe got the best of the best. • And then her little brother came along......and things got a tad bit harder for me to keep up all the supermom ways of my past. I was feeling guilty she wasn’t getting what she had been before little brother came along and even guiltier that I couldn’t do all those same things with my second child that I had done with my first. AND then…and then number 3 came along. Supermom who? Hahaha! She was nothing but a fart in the wind. I was frazzled. I got little to no sleep. Coffee became my best friend. Yoga pants were staples in my every day wardrobe and a ponytail my signature ‘do. I was doing the bare minimum and even kind of sucking at that. Juggling three was way harder than I had imagined. • But it didn’of fun and educational. But I came up with nothing. • C’mon man! There had to be something out there that did all the thinking, prepping and shopping for me! So I googled some more. Still nothing. So I thought I would do it myself. Just like I had done for my preschool class in years past. • “Well,” I thought. “If I am going to make educational activities for my own little monsters, I should do it for other moms who feel the same way I do and have the same struggles as me–trying to be Supermom but falling flat on our faces.” And so I did. Because we all need a little help being Supermom.

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