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10 Ways I’d Love My Books To Be Like Flat Stanley

by Jenny Hansen Flat Stanley at the Beach in Carlsbad   If you’re a North American parent with a child in 3rd grade or beyond, it’s a pretty sure bet you’ve heard of Flat Stanley. Just in case you haven’t, here’s [...]

15 Ways To Rock Your Sibling’s World

by Jenny Hansen Although Sibling Day falls on April 10th this year, I got my present a few weeks early. A few weeks ago, my baby sis posted this on Facebook. Things my sister Jenny Hansen taught me: How to savor good coffee How to put on [...]

An Easter Story: The Golden Egg

The Golden Egg by Jenny Hansen Christians all over the world are celebrating Easter today, likely after commemorating the other important holidays that make up Holy Week. But I’m just gonna confess it…growing up in my house, Easter [...]

5 Lessons I Learned Teaching Autistic Kids

5 Lessons Learned Teaching Autistic Children by Jenny Hansen My first job out of college was as an autism specialist for the Judevine Center for Autism, based in St. Louis. It was like learning a strange language in a strange land. An extremely [...]

On the Island of Misfit Pants

  When I go out in public, I prefer to be awkward, not look it.  Trying to do both at the same time is way too much work, because I’m also extremely lazy. So, while I may accidentally look at you cross eyed when we first meet, please [...]

And The Toddlers Shall Inherit the Earth

  I’m probably the holiest person I know. And by that, I mean my jeggings are splitting and there are giant holes in every bra I own. Saintly? Dear me, no. The only way I’m getting into heaven is if God gets busy settling in everyone [...]