Category Archives: Parenting

School Supplies

My Dear Son recently started middle school. He is attending one of the specialty option schools (ACMA). The published school supply list and our actual supplies needed didn’t really have much in common. Here is what he is using for … Continue reading

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Duty to God – Scout Sunday

With Boy Scout Sunday this month, I planned a Duty to God day at our church. We scheduled some projects and had a short Bible study. Since all the boys participating are Cub Scout age, we kept the projects easy. … Continue reading

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Make and Use a Windlass – Wolf Elective 8d

This is on page 151 of the Cub Scout Wolf Manual. It shows a simple windlass, but doesn’t really explain the concept of the windlass. I had no ideas, so I looked it up. What is a Windlass? From Wikipedia: … Continue reading

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Reading for Cub Scout Recognition

Another scout parent was asking me for reading ideas. Our boys need to read each day for school, and she wanted to see if they could get some scout recognition through reading. I started looking into it, and there is … Continue reading

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Comment Please

I would love to hear from the people stopping by, be they cub scout parent or cheese lover. Please say hi!

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Halloween Costume

Last week we went through the excitement of finding Carl his Halloween costume. First he tells me he wants to be Darth Maul. I find this a bit disturbing as he is a bad guy, but am willing to go … Continue reading

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Of Quilts and Loops

Cub Scouts has been a good thing for my son. I thought it was a good experience and gave him a chance to socialize. I didn’t realize how much more it gave him. He school has an amazing Art Literacy … Continue reading

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