My name is Heather, I am 22 years old and am a aunt to a wonderful 6 year old boy, and five month old girl.I babysit two little boys ages 5 and 7 both with disabilities.I work at a daycare center/Gym at which I have worked at for over five years. I have worked and volunteered at daycare center for 5 years.. I am interested in reviewing and giving away children products. I am also interested in reviewing and giving away products for myself.My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
This weekend is our Annual Apple Festival. Tonight was the farmer's market, and entering of the Exhibits. My papaw has a local Apple orchard. My niece Zoei who is 5 months tasted an Apple for the first time. She Absolutely loved it. I am looking forward to all the festivities this weekend with my family and friends. Here is a picture of her tasting her first apple.
Look for some really great pictures, and new reviews and giveaways starting next week.
I am so blessed to have a wonderful family, a Fantastic Boyfriend, you be able to substitute at certain schools, and to have my Life centered around God. I would not be where I am right now if it wasn't for God, my family, and my boyfriend.
Today I substituted in third and fourth grade. I absolutely loved it, it was great. The teachers and students at this school are wonderful. Their are rumors that this particular school will be closed down next year. That upsets me because it's wonderful.
On Friday September,20,2013 I was privileged with substituting in Kindergarten which was very interesting. Yesterday September,23,2013 and Today September,24,2013 I was privileged to substitute for a reading intervention teacher. I love teaching children with learning disabilities. I've learnt so much substituting the past two year, and am excited to finish school in a couple years to become a teacher. I've learnt what to do as a teacher, and what not to do. I'd like to teach special need children. I have learnt that it can be a rough job, but it can also be very rewarding. A lot of times special needs kids get looked over, and all they need is a little extra love and help.