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Heather Johnson
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Heather Johnson is the founder of The Parenting Patch and Linguistics Girl.
Heather Johnson is the founder of The Parenting Patch and Linguistics Girl.

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I am a bit obsessed with making wreaths for all the other holidays and seasons of the year. Most recently I purchased some Easter rubber ducks from Amazon so that I could create a wreath to display in my home from St. Patrick’s Day through #Easter.

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My kids would pop on and off when their noses were stuffy. They could not breathe and nurse at the same time!

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While working on cleaning up my yard today, I noticed that some of my bulbs are sprouting through the brown leaves! If you can't wait for spring flowers, try making some adorably simple paper daffodils with your kiddos.

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If you are a fan of personalized books like my kiddos and me, I highly recommend checking out I See Do You See? Alphabets written by Kim Delgado and illustrated by Diego Li from KD Novelties. The 56-page hardback book takes boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 7 on an interactive alphabet adventure for hours of reading fun and education. The binding is very sturdy, and the pages are thick, with the book already having withstood the wear and tear that my two kids have put it through. My kids and I especially love the personalization on each two-page spread of the book. Overall I am quite impressed with I See Do You See? Alphabets from KD Novelties.

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f you are ever in the New York area near Manhattan with kids, definitely check out the Children’s Museum of Manhattan. At $12 per person over the age of 1, the museum is reasonably priced for Manhattan. Kids of all ages will love exploring the interactive exhibits that get children moving, building, pretending, and learning!

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If you ever find yourself in the Cherry Hill area of New Jersey or even in Philadelphia with kids, I highly recommend spending a few hours at the Garden State Discovery Museum. Admission is moderate, and you can get in for half price if you have a membership at another ASTC network museum.

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Handprint, footprint, and fingerprint crafts are a great way to celebrate the holidays with young children while making a beautiful keepsake to last for a lifetime. For Easter, make a bunny, carrot, and chick with your kiddos from handprints, footprints, and fingerprints using nontoxic paint.

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The Duck and Lover’s Leap in Hannibal, Missouri features a rubber duck looking out over the Mississippi River from Lover’s Leap on Highway 79 in Hannibal, Missouri, the boyhood home of author Mark Twain.
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