ONEsie

From Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States

Joined 6th January 2008

My tags:
early education is the key, montessori believer, preschool mom, live and learn, ready by five, spa mom, learning to relax
About me:
I am the CEO of Wiggle Giggle Learn, an online resource center and learning program for parents of children birth to five. After 15 years in the kindergarten classroom, I wanted to make a bigger difference in education. Parents are the key, therefore, I am sharing all the secrets to early learning!
My interests:
dancing, going to the spa, collecting angels, exercise
My website/blog:
http://www.wigglegigglelearn.com http://traceybryantstuckey.wordpress.com
How I de-stress:
Aromatherapy in a hot bath or a long walk
Best advice I've gotten:
Let yourself be saved by criticism rather than destroyed by praise
Adjective to describe me:
enthusiastic
My favorite book:
A New Earth
My favorite movie:
Sleepless in Seattle

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2 comments so far...

  • Hi,

    I'm trying to do a link-exchange for the holidays & thought your site may be

    appropriate.

    Please see www.HolisticSerums.com for our unique 100% natural serums.

    I can put your site on our links page (seen in innerpages header)- is there something you

    can do for us? Site link, newletter/ blog link- anything that has an average-high

    audience!

    If possible, I'll take a pic from your site and put in a link- for the next couple days,

    when I edit the page again. If you dont want it there, be sure to let me know!

    Email me at care121@gmail.com,

    Merry Christmas!
    Ruth

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Ann2 on 15th December 2008

  • Hi! Happy to help! I just took a peek at your Wiggle Giggle Learn site -- I was totally intrigued by the name. It seems like such a great program! If you have time, please consider writing a member article about the concept behind it (and link to the site, so other WIM members can learn more!)

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Lylah M. Alphonse on 8th January 2008