Activities for Toddlers & Kids { Link Up! }

rp_link-learn-2014-455x178111111.jpgIt’s the weekend and I am nursing a very sore Achilles tendon which means that instead of going for my planned 10 mile run ( aka me time)  I am in my PJs blogging. So Link & Learn is up early, anything to get out of cleaning the playroom instead.

If you are new to Link & Learn ignore my whining because that is not what Link & Learn is all about.  Link & Learn is all about sharing the wonderfully creative, totally engaging, and plain old rad ideas you have shared on your blog with No Time For Flash Card readers. Link up your learning activities, your crafts, pretend play, outside fun… really anything that might help a parent or caregiver share quality time with their children.

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  1. says

    Sorry about the Achilles tendon. In a previous life I was a cross country runner, but since having kids, I think the farthest I’ve run is a few feet to keep the kids from darting into oncoming traffic, jumping into swimming pools, putting unidentified substances in their mouths… Thanks for hosting!

    • Allison McDonald says

      Good for you – I would love to race at Disney. I think I may have to skip my next race and nurse this leg a little longer. I’d rather take the time now than mess it up forever. Enjoy our me time :)

  2. says

    Thanks for hosting. I hope your Achilles tendon heals soon!

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