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why jonny kant reed gud or pass 4 strate

Sunday, April 27th, 2008
By raincoaster

Is this a Swedish shop?

from EnglishFail

Think about it: even if this were properly punctuated, what would you exchange them for? A pair of albino reindeer? Shares of Apple?

And what are the odds this store is located in Sweden?


Listmania! In the Garden

Sunday, April 27th, 2008
By Glinda

I am convinced that fostering an early love of the outdoors, plants, animal life, and gardening is essential for a child. Engaging in growing live things, digging in the dirt, and experiencing all of the life outside of the house can only be beneficial in helping them understand how to care for the earth, and by extension, other people as well. As the current stewards of the planet, we are only as good as what we teach our children.

Here is some great stuff to get you started, if you haven’t already.

Photobucket Butterfly Garden– This kit has all you need to grow caterpillars into beeyootiful butterflies before their very eyes!

Photobucket Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots: Gardening Together with Children– From a detailed resource list to craft ideas to how to grow a “moon garden,” this book gives parents and children a great start on working together in the garden.

Photobucket Kid’s Tote with Gardening Tools– This adorable tote with three gardening tools is sure to get them excited!

Photobucket Kid’s Gardening Tools– This pint-sized tool set will make them feel all grown up!

Photobucket Seymour Mfg Co #WB-JR Junior Wheelbarrow– Because what kid doesn’t want to dump stuff from a wheelbarrow?

Photobucket Gardening Wizardry for Kids– Focusing mostly on indoor projects, this book helps kids to understand gardening fundamentals. Contains crafts and experiments, too!

Photobucket Alex Toys Garden Apron– An apron is a must for all kids mucking around in the dirt, and this one is from a favorite manufacturer of mine.

Photobucket A Kid’s Herb Book– Want to grow an edible herb garden with your child? This book is the perfect guide.

Photobucket Sunday Afternoons Kid’s Play Hat UPF 45– Functionality wins out over looks with this hat. It has that essential neck flap as well as those all-important vents. But at least it comes in lots of colors!









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