Lots of Latkes

Lots Of Latkes by Sandy Lanton, illustrated by Vicki Jo Redenbaugh  is a Hanukkah story.

From one Momee to another I think this is a great story to share with your family this holiday season. 

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Sandy Lanton- ” I chose Latkes for a practical reason. I wanted to write a Hanukkah story.”

“Long ago in a faraway village, an old woman  invites her friends to a Hanukkah dinner. Each guest plans to bring  something to share-sour cream, applesauce, fish, and jelly doughnuts-but  a series of mishaps results in each of them contributing latkes  instead. The friends have a good time anyway, celebrating the holiday  with a dreidel, songs, dancing-and lots of latkes. Cartoon illustrations  in soft colors are appropriate for the lighthearted story. Use this as a  read-aloud in library, family, and Jewish school settings.”

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Picture with Santa

It’s that time of year again! We went today to avoid the mega lines to get your picture taken with Santa.

Santa Claus has come to our town and we just had to visit.

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Our picture was taken at the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove.

With the help of Newsday I am able to tell you where Santa is so you and your family can get your picture taken too…

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Fetal Photos by Cara

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Fetal Photos by Cara offers quality, and affordable prenatal 3d/4d Ultrasounds. This is an elective ultrasound that includes fetal photography, Sneak-A-Peek Scans and gender determination.

A $99 flat rate fee includes all images acquired during scan PLUS a CD and your choice of picture frame or stuffed animal that records your baby’s heartbeat!

No charge for unsuccessful attempts. For best results 3D scans should be performed between 26-30 weeks.

CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR SCAN and see your beautiful baby up close with Fetal Photos by Cara.

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Turkey Hat

Mia had school yesterday and when I picked her up she was wearing this adorable Turkey Hat!

Mia and her best friend Krysta were gobbling all over the parking lot. They were the cutest little Turkeys I have ever seen.

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I did not make another one at home but this Turkey hat is simple enough to make.

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Contest- Favors to Remember Giveaway

Win this set by Favors to Remember!

I love Favors to Remember and you will too. Risa the owner is fantastic and has great gifts available for you to choose from.

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You will receive a gift bag with a magnetic notepad and 2 pencils! The winner will also be able to receive a 10% discount on any order of $20.00 or more.

A cute little thoughtful practical gift when u need to give a little something.

Winner will be announced this Thursday: November 21st, 2013!

One winner will be selected and if you are chosen you will contact Risa to set up a pick up time. You have to pick the gift set up from her in Seaford, NY.

Want to be the winner?

*All you have to do to win is comment below saying you would like to win this gift set!*

or comment below my post of this contest on my Momee Friends of Long Island Facebook page—> click here

Little Steps Great Success

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Little Steps Great Success was created in early 2012 by two teachers with a combined 20 years of experience in the field of special education and autism. Toniann Giordano is a special education teacher and Amy Bitondo is a special education teacher as well as a BCBA.

Their mission is to educate children while involving family members to ensure that everyone as well as the child with autism or another developmental disability can know how to handle “any bumps in the road”  and function in the world. Their program is fantastic; Toniann and Amy use art therapy, dance and music therapy in their socialization groups.

“At Little Steps Great Success, we are dedicated to making the world of Applied Behavior Analysis accessible to parents and families whose children benefit from ABA.”

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