Our first week back at school and our theme is The New Year. I thought long and hard about how I wanted to help my kids understand that we are now in a new year and the old year is gone. Being four years old, they really can’t grasp the “New Year” concept so I decided we would go with celebrating the old things we still love and the excitement of discovering new things.
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