Fearless! A Devotional Journal For Moms Who Who Want To Be Able To Laugh At The Days To Come

Fearless! Being a mom is hard. You wear so many hats that even you have a hard time keeping track of them! On top of that, it can be quite scary when this little person you love, that you have […]

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A New Year! Starting Fresh and Setting Attainable Goals That Will Stretch You

This page contains affiliate links. If you click on a link and make a purchase I may earn a commission at NO EXTRA COST to you! Setting Goals! I love a New Year! New goals, new vision, a new, clean […]

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Yoga With Aunty Mo: A Book Review With 10 Mindfulness Activities

This post may contain Affiliate Links. If you click through and make a purchase we may receive a small commission at NO extra cost to you!   Crafts for Teaching Mindfulness Most kids are not equipped to sit for long […]

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In the Image of God

The Image of God Means You Are Important   As I sat waiting for my ultrasound, the television droning on with news, celebrity antics, and daytime talk shows, the voice of the doctor rang out clear. In her professional tone, […]

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Extending Gratitude: 6 Reasons To Become A More Grateful Person All Year Long

Gratitude is something we concentrate on in November here in the U.S. while it is a good thing to have a specific day set aside to celebrate being thankful, it would be good for us to spend time each day […]

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Top Gift Ideas For Gardeners Of All Ages!

Gifts for the Gardener: Books, Tools, Especially for Kids, Gadgets, and Just for Fun! Gardening gifts in December? you say. ABSOLUTELY!  The wind may be blasting and the wind chill may be dropping, the snow may be flying: but that […]

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Pre-K Your Way: A Viable Curriculum Option For Your Special Needs Learner

Affiliate disclosure: this post may contain affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase I may receive a small commission at NO extra cost to you.   Beanpost Farmstead has received compensation of learning materials in order to provide […]

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The Love Of Siblings: How One Girl With Down Syndrome Affects The Hearts Of Her Sisters

I will be the first to admit, I was worried when I found out the baby I was carrying in my womb would be born with Down syndrome. I didn’t have much experience with different abilities in my lifetime and […]

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Why We Need Down Syndrome Awareness Month

  A Sibling With Down Syndrome While growing up, my mom would always tell me that Michael, my twin brother, has Down Syndrome. She would constantly remind me that he would be different from other children.  I simply understood. I […]

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Our Kids: The Connection And Support Of The Down Syndrome Community

I sit on the floor with a dripping, wet washcloth in my hands. I pick it up and rub it all over her tiny, newborn face. She doesn't move an inch. I strip her down to a diaper. I rub […]

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