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Do you know an amazing school nurse who goes beyond the call of duty? Nominate your favorite school nurse today in America's Greatest School Nurse contest.

Nominate Your Favorite School Nurse | America’s Greatest School Nurse Contest

Disclosure: The Nominate Your Favorite School Nurse post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own. *It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric products and to use as directed.
Guess what season it is??? Colds, stomach bugs, flu’s, etc., they are back and hitting with a vengeance.

Do you know the story of Hanukkah? Let your imagination run wild with these fun 15 Hanukkah books for children. Pick one up as a gift for your little one.

Reading Guide: 15 Hanukkah Books For Children

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Hanukkah, the celebration of lights, is almost here. Hanukkah is just around the corner, a fun and festive holiday that is loved by children and adults alike! Get in on the fun with these great Hanukkah books for children, featuring some of your child’s favorite characters like Clifford, Elmo, and Curios George.

Leaving the world a better place for future generations is more important now than ever before. Learn how you can do your part with these 5 easy ways!

Leaving the World a Better Place for Future Generations

This is a sponsored post written for Clean Air Moms Action. All thoughts, suggestions and ideas in Leaving the World a Better Place for Future Generations are 100% my own.
Our children are our future and their future depends on us. Not just in the everyday sense – feed them, clothe them, etc., but in the things we do now, how we live and operate in our local communities and how we take care of our world.

If you've ever wanted to try your hand at origami then you've come to the right place. You will enjoy crafting these 20 fun and easy origami crafts!

20 Fun & Easy Origami Crafts for Everyone

Origami dates back date to way before our time and is often associated with Japanese culture. Ori meaning “folding”, and kami(gami) meaning “paper” and is an art form that has been taught from parent to child for many generations. As a kid I remember borrowing books from the library on Origami hoping I could learn this interesting craft. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how the art of origami these fun and easy origami crafts will be a perfect place to start.

Back to school shopping can be a burden on your wallet. Here are five ways to save more on back to school clothing without breaking the bank.

6 Ways to Save More on Back to School Clothing Shopping

It’s almost time for the kids to head back to school. Which usually also means its time to start shopping for a new wardrobe because those little darn sprouts just keep growing like weeds. When back to school time comes around and your kids need new clothes, it can become a stressful time for parents. Shopping for new clothes can add up quickly, especially if you have more than one child to shop for.