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Can you believe that today is the last day in the month of September? Before you know it we will be out watching our children trick or treat, enjoying a Thanksgiving feast, playing in the snow, and waiting for Good Old Saint Nick to arrive. Time really does fly when you are having fun! I hope that you are all out and about and enjoying the Fall weather in your neck of the woods. What are your family’s favorite outdoor activities in the Fall season?   A Thoughtful Spot is a place to gather every week to share your family friendly...

Happy Fall!! Now that Fall has officially arrived it’s time to get in gear and work on all of our Fall themed activities. We will be diving into our Leaf Unit this week. What are some of your favorite Fall themed activities?   A Thoughtful Spot is a place to gather every week to share your family friendly posts, crafts, educational ideas, recipes, and...

I hope that you all are enjoying the new blog hop. Our family spent the weekend panning for gold, visiting llamas, scouring my favorite little hidden used book store, and picking bag fulls of apples and pears. I foresee this week being full of making apple butter, pear butter, apple bread, applesauce, and more. I just love baking in my kitchen during the Fall season! I...

Thank you for coming by to the Thoughtful Spot this week! I hope that the newness of the stump wears off soon as we all take our turn sitting and contemplating what is going on in our family journeys. This week was fun for our family because we have had nothing but heat, heat, heat, with a bunch of humidity. Lots of thunder but no rain. Perfect weather to curl up...

I am thrilled and excited to bring you my brand new Monday blog hop called the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop. A Thoughtful Spot is a place to gather every week to share your family friendly posts, crafts, educational ideas, recipes, and more! Inspired by the philosophy of the Winnie the Pooh character in the classic A.A. Milne storybooks for children. I do hope...

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