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About @Theeducatorsroom

An advocate of public education. You can't scare me, I TEACH!

{EVENT RECAP} Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey “Fully Charged” in Atlanta


On Thursday night, I was invited (along with several other mommy bloggers)to the opening night for the Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey “Fully Charged” Circus (I also gave away tickets here). At first I was nervous because let’s face … Continue reading

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{The Mommy Files} My Son is a Pre Teen


The other day I looked at my first born child and realized something pretty significant–he is officially a pre teen. I know I should of realized this when he reached the double digits in age but a couple of days … Continue reading

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The Untold Stories of Motherhood: The Penny Issue (Volume 1)


As a mother I’m used to cleaning dirty diapers, wiping snotty noses and dealing with temper tantrums; however, within the last 24 hours I have totally been grossed out by one of my kids. It all started with a missing … Continue reading

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4 Lessons Every Parent Can Learn from the Penn State Nightmare


For years I have been THAT parent. You know the parent who is always around, runs complete background checks on the sitter, who rarely leaves their child alone with others, nixes them sleeping over their friend’s house and who constantly … Continue reading

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5 Things I Learned from Being A Teenage Mother


I remember like it was yesterday, I was locked in a stall in my dorm bathroom anxiously awaiting the results of my pregnancy test. As I closed my eyes I thought, “could I really be going through this?” Just months … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesdays…This is how I Feel At Times


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Would YOU Retain YOUR Child in School?


This past weekend while visiting family out of state there was a friendly argument discussion about retaining children if the parents feel like the child is not “ready” for the next grade.  How did this topic even come up? A friend of … Continue reading

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