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If you aren't an engineer, you probably wouldn't know that the 3rd week in February every year is known as "E-Week" or National Engineers Week. The celebration of E-Week began in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers. The purpose is to raise awareness to the contributions to society that engineers make. FUN FACT:… Continue reading It’s time to celebrate National Engineer’s Week or E-Week!
We entered the "why" phase in our household several months ago. Every parent that has or had a toddler, is familiar with this sometimes dreaded, exhausting phase. We try our best to embrace the curiosity. We want both our children to have the confidence to ask "why" as they grow older. The best of the… Continue reading My why…