Stories

These are original stories that I have posted to the blog.

    • Permission slip for Zoo Day Permission slip for Zoo Day Permission slip for Zoo DayWhen Mommy dropped the Kayla and Joanie off at school one Friday morning, she was in a terrible rush and forgot all about the permission slips for Zoo day. 
    • How to fall asleep How to fall asleep How to fall asleepYou are in your pajamas. Your teeth are clean. You just heard the end of a story and gave your Mom a hug and kiss goodnight. It’s time to fall asleep. But how do you do that?
    • Story: The Baby Star Story: The Baby Star Story: The Baby StarOnce upon a time there was a little baby star. It was born in a special place called a nebula. The baby star was very curious to see the galaxy, so it left the nebula and went looking to find a place to call home.
    • Brush Your Teeth! song Brush Your Teeth! song Brush Your Teeth! songHere’s a little song I wrote to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It” to remind my kids to brush their teeth. Sung to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It.” When you wake up in the morning, brush your teeth! When your Mama says it’s bedtime, brush your teeth! Eat an apple, ...
    • Barnabas the Angry Dog Barnabas the Angry Dog Barnabas the Angry DogSometimes we get stuck in a cycle of anger that we can’t get out of on our own. A friend can help us out, even if they are very annoying. Author’s note: This story first came out after putting my son to bed following a big show of anger at the bedtime routine. I can hardly ...
    • Jackson and the Giant, Part 2 Jackson and the Giant, Part 2 Jackson and the Giant, Part 2Jackson and his dad head off to the land of the giants, not knowing if the giants will help them… or eat them. But Jackson is sure that by using his head, he will be able to get the help they need.   Author’s note: I hope you enjoy this conclusion of the Jackson story. I had ...
    • Jackson and the Giant, part 1 Jackson and the Giant, part 1 Jackson and the Giant, part 1Jackson is a serious boy who uses his head to tackle big problems. But maybe this time he has taken on more than he can handle? Author’s comment: Jackson started out as many of my stories do: bedtime yarn that I told to my son to get him to go to sleep. It is pretty long, ...

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