Books/Reading
Leah

Totally Random and I’m Still Here

Hi, I’m Leah of Leah’s Thoughts. Remember me? I used to blog several times a week? Needless to say life’s been a bit crazy since

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Children
Leah

My Fifth Mother’s Day (And Those That Came Before)

This weekend was probably the best Mother’s Day weekend I’ve had in my mere five years of motherhood. It started out with Mother’s Day Shabbat

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Children
Leah

Strangers and Traveling Salespeople (and thanks a lot Walt Disney)

Once upon a time, there was a mother and a daughter who were at home when they heard a knocking at the door. Que the

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Children
Leah

Tips for Making Your Passover a Kid-Friendly Holiday

I wrote this post for Red Tricycle. It was published this past Monday, April 2.  The Jewish holiday of Passover (or Pesach) can be one of

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Children
Leah

Doesn’t God Listen to Little Children?

Sophie always has her share of curious questions. And being in a Jewish preschool, she has really taken on a new understanding of Judaism and

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Arts and Crafts
Leah

Going on a Color Walk

An activity Sophie and I have been enjoying is our weekend walk around the neighborhood. Recently we decided to go on a Color Walk, after

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Children
Leah

The Popular Girl

When I was in kindergarten, there was a girl in my class that everyone loved. Audrey, was her name. She was nice, cute and friendly

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Children
Leah

Opting Out of Dirty Playground Dates

This was one of my very first blog posts. Since most of you were not here then, I thought I’d share it with you now.

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Children
Leah

Wordless Wednesday: Snow Day in San Diego

It was “snowing” at Sophie’s preschool, complete with 75-degree weather. Only in Southern California!

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