Tag Archives: Abigail

Just found this in the house…

Not sure what it means, but I take it somebody is unhappy about something…

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Biodiversity

Hi readers,it’s me, Abigail.I’m in fifth grade now and we just watched a documentary about biodiversity.humans are a big threat to the world.in 2030 global warming will be here to stay.we’ve lost 55 percent of the animal population this way.we … Continue reading

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“You are like… ‘MISTER List!’” -Abigail quotes

We’ve reached some type of milestone when your kids start making astute observations about your own personality

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Exit Interviews: 1st & 4th Grade

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A very Abigail moment

Last night, I was tired and ready to go to bed around 10.30 (my normal time). I get to my room and realize the desk light is on. Who is working at my desk? It’s my 9 year old daughter, … Continue reading

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Abbey quotes: Philosophy on Lies

” a lie is like a boomerang.  It always comes back to hit you”

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The girls’ Christmas lists 2018

  Evelyn’s list:       Abbey’s list:      

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Abigail quoting Ghandi at Dinner…

Me: a good rule for this family is: “if you can do it yourself, go ahead. Don’t wait for mom or dad to do it for you. Abbey: that’s sort of like what Ghandi: “we must be the change we … Continue reading

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Here we go… the first day of 3rd grade

Along with parents across the country, the existential dread of time’s passing occurs for me as I realize my baby Abigail is now over half way done with elementary school.      

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Abbey-isms

Tonight, at dinner, we were talking about impulse control and why it’s important. Then, it occurred to me, as it often does, that the girls may not understand the concept of impulse control.   They might not even understand “impulse”; … Continue reading

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