The faces of lost youth: Haunting photos of child oyster shuckers show inhospitable working conditions borne by thousands of children
Online support group for Moms who have lost a child/children.
Feminism has fought no wars. It has killed no opponents. It has set up no concentration camps, starved no enemies, practiced no cruelties. It's battles have been education, for the vote, for better working conditions, for safety on the streets, for child care, for social welfare, for rape crisis centers, women's refuges, reforms in the law.
USA Scavenger Hunt Game 1. Print the game pages 2. Roll each page like a scroll so that the # at the top faces out and tie with a ribbon. 3. Hide the scrolls in different locations. 4. Instruct the children to find the scrolls. Specify how many scrolls each child may find and then sit down. 5. When the children have completed their hunt ask who has scroll #1 and ask them to open the scroll. 6. Have them show the picture and read the historical item. 4. Then ask who has scroll #2 and so on.
Start with a picture of a child with ten teeth. Roll a die to see how many teeth the child will lose. Black out teeth to show how many have been lost, and write the equation!
I believe in displaying family photos all over your home to help your children feel that they are growing up in a loving environment simply because they can actually SEE it all around them. In this post I also show you how easy it is to hang a wall gallery like this. #family #gallery #canvas #harvardhomemaker
Danny Thomas, Entertainer. As a "starving actor" Thomas made a vow: If he found success, he would open a shrine dedicated to St Jude, patron saint of hopeless causes. In 1962, Thomas founded the non-profit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital where thousands of children have been treated for catastrophic illnesses. "Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It's what you do for others." Daughter is actor Marlo Thomas married to talk show host Phil Donahue
How to Photograph a Preemie - Photography in the NICU: "The birth of a child is a huge moment, regardless of the circumstances, and you’ll want to capture it as much as circumstances allow. And let’s be honest: taking photos gives you something to do in the NICU, other than worry. Hopefully, your little preemie will overcome his early start, and will someday ask you to show him photos of when he was born."