Yup. Parker and I became doTERRA wellness advocates in order to get our essential oils for wholesale. What can I say? I’m allergic to paying full price for anything. heh. I thought is would be fun to start a series of posts called doTERRA Essential Oils: Tammy’s Tips. Because I’m loving all the ways I’m finding to use these oils, and I think you might love these ideas too!
First up a scent blend to drool over.
And……..a great way to make sure you don’t waste any of your oils when testing out new blends!
How do YOU use essential oils in your home? I’m always looking for new and fun ideas! Please share in the comments!
You know it's going to be a day when the first thing you run for as your feet hit the floor is the phone so you can call your kid's doctor. We've been battling an aspiration pneumonia along with an ear infection. Something still hasn't mended which is the reason for the phone call. Parker is scheduled for a surgery on Friday to totally seal his epiglottis to PREVENT aspiration pneumonia. Yup. Irony is often the spice of my life.
We've been able to determine that it's Parker's lungs that account for his pulmonary hypertension. The worse his lungs the worse his pulmonary … [Read More...]
I received the sweetest little love note in my email box today. Every one needs little love notes in their life, don't you think? It seems as though someone I know saw me out this morning placing some Lynne B. Mower for Alpine School District signs around town. Considering the use of exclamation points (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) found therein, along with the uh...delightfully colorful adjectives.....(ahem), plus the interesting suggestions of where my head must be stuck, it looks like the sender of this little love note isn't having a very good day.
Such the pity.
I usually spend the … [Read More...]
Recently a protest was held in Utah in regards to Common Core Standards and Special Needs Students. I thought I'd take a minute and try to present a few facts in a simple, easy to understand manner. Cause I'm all about the simple, people.
First, as parents of kids with Special Needs in Utah we need to understand both No Child Left Behind as well as Common Core.
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was implemented during the Bush administration. It stipulated that over a period of time each school would have to show a 100% proficiency for each of it's students, with each student being … [Read More...]
I love this time of year. I love bringing up the Halloween books and hanging out with Parker as we sit and read and read and read. Today's book extension activity is a fun book, Ghosts in the House by Kazuno Kohara, and Parker has a fun extension activity to share too!
Notice the colors on the cover.....orange, black, white. These are the only colors you'll find throughout the book, giving it a distinctive feel and look.
And of course, we have.....the ghosts! Parker and I won't tell you how this book ends, but we think you'll enjoy it!
Now on … [Read More...]