Welcome to another edition of Using Our Words: a weekly roundup of heartful and helpful things from around the internet, sourced and shared by members in the Primary community, including colleagues, customers, and friends.
Something to fly towards: An easy craft that’ll take the kids out of your hair for a bit.
Something to sum up 2020: This girl speaks the truth.
Something to spark school supply nostalgia: Why should kids be the only ones who get to experience the unbridled joy of a fresh notepad?
Something to help with big COVID feelings: Little tigers like Daniel feel ‘em, too!
Something to keep in mind: Tips for what to say when our children point out race.
Something to make you smile: Semantics, man! (The replies are worth a scroll, too.)
Something to chew on: Teethers for babies that we kinda sorta want for ourselves. (P.S. Not sponsored, we just love these!)
Something to aspire to: We’re taking a hint from Braylon and getting a recliner, stat.
And of course, a couple things from us:
Something to care for (kind of): If a puppy isn’t in your future, may we suggest a pet rock?
Something to shop literally right now: The End of Season Sale is on, and everything is under $10 (!!!).
If you have something you'd like to pass along, be it a resource, book, random product you recently discovered, or just a GIF that made you smile, we're all ears! We'd love to hear at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great weekend!