Schools, government, law enforcement seem to go to extremes now. Critical thinking seems to no longer be a part of decision making but rather these entities jump to conclusions because they can, have to much power or just plain ignorant. When an entity is giving to much authority this is what happens. There is no reason why these kids could not walk and get the degree they so worked hard for.
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When my daughter was born, even before then, we played jazz, classical, some blues and R&B music. Eventually, we also ended up putting on some Einstein music CDs, which were pretty good. Our daughter loves Chris Botti, Josh Groban, as do we. However as she is growing up, now 8yrs old, likes many different music but still clings to those she use to hear when she was younger.
It’s about loving your child regardless of the world’s view.
Pardon me for being a bit of a flakey, unorganized blogger during this holiday season. I’ve been very busy managing C.J.’s Christmas expectations. You see, when he was finished composing it, his wish list was two pages long, front and back, single-spaced with half-inch margins. He was under the impression that everything that he put on his list would appear under the tree on Christmas morning. I had to explain how a wish list differed from an order form. I felt like Scrooge.
Anyway, let’s get down to business…
Things that caught my attention recently:
Move over Toemaggedon! It’s time for Shoemaggedon! Yay!
Photograph Of Little Boy Wearing Pink Shoes To Preschool Sparks Heated Blogosphere Debate, Huffington Post, 12/11/12
“A viral photograph of a young boy who opted to wear pink shoes on his first day of preschool has sparked intense debate in the blogosphere.”
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