For Every Believographer...
Believography is about believing...it's about seeing the things that not everyone sees...it's about defying the status quo...it's about following dreams. Believography has to be taught and encouraged by someone. So whether you're a parent, grandparent, teacher, mentor, or just someone who believes "it takes a village," this blog is dedicated to the ideas and events that can help us inspire our younger ones so that they gain options, opportunities, ideas, and dreams.
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December 02, 2012
Just about every place from November through December has Christmas music playing, but does every place have nativities??...I mean LOTS of nativities! A friend invited...Read the Full Post »
October 28, 2012
Since today was a little warmer than yesterday, I decided I'd run down to the grand opening of the Klyde Warren Park for a bit. My first clue that I was going to enjoy...Read the Full Post »
October 23, 2012
The Dot, by Peter Reynolds, is one of my favorite children's books (you'll probably hear me say that a lot...because I always find a new "favorite"). When a friend introd...Read the Full Post »
October 02, 2012
Technology can be so helpful! If you have a child who is always trying to create cartoon characters or comic strips, here's a free way to encourage their creativity an...Read the Full Post »
September 28, 2012
Ever wondered what activity you can give your child to keep them busy while you're doing something else?...or maybe you're walking through the park and want to make it a...Read the Full Post »
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