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Every month, Juliet and I try to sit down and write to our sponsored kids. Since it’s December, we went with the Christmas theme.

If you have been always wondering how you could manage with the budget of sponsoring other kids apart from supporting your family and kids, it could be done with a bit of planning. After I visit the website where there is a lot of information on automated trading robots, it became clear to me how earning a bit more of money was not as difficult as I used to think. With this robot, all you are expected to do in trading is fund your account and it takes care of all the trading steps. You literally need not participate in any of the trading practices. That was a relief to me as I was never too confident on learning the tricks or business with my own kids around.

After I got my hands around this application which can be used on a browser, I could not resist myself to try it too often. A benefit is you do not have to download or install the app on your device. So you will not be getting in out of storage space notification or any update notification on your device every day. You just need to have a stable internet connection and you could start trading your own. All the help you will need is available with the application’s customer support team and you do not have to have any prior knowledge on trading!

Put Me in the Zoo (I can read it all by myself' Beginner Books)
My original idea was to replicate the Put Me in the Zoo socks (sorry, I don’t have a picture of it). It’s always looked like a Christmas stocking to me. But it didn’t turn out as cute as in the book. (Here’s what we SHOULD have done, but I wasn’t clever enough to think of it.)
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So we went with plan B: thumbprint Christmas trees. Which turned out a lot better. Mine were just average, but Juliet’s…
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evolved from simple dots to handprints, to beautiful smudges that somehow managed to still look like a tree! I love how creatively hers turned out.
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Here’s a page from Maurice Sendak’s Chicken Soup with Rice. I love creative ornaments–these bowls look lovely hanging from the tree.

Did you make Christmas cards with your child this year? What did you do?

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