My 10 year old son is getting to the stage where he wants to know the ins and outs of how things work. He has so many questions, some of which he can find an answer himself on Google. However, reading an answer is one thing, actually understanding is another. Absolutely nothing beats hands-on learning for expanding and remembering growing knowledge.… [Read more]
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I don’t do a lot of entertaining. We live in a small house and there’s enough of us taking up this space already.… [Read more]
I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Little Remedies. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
A few years back during one of the many times one of my kids have had a cold, this time it was my daughter, I went in search of a remedy to make her feel better.… [Read more]
Having a child with type 1 diabetes means having a variety of snacks with a specific amount of carbohydrates around the house in case his blood sugar plummets. These snacks are hopefully more nutritious than a bar of chocolate, though that does work when needed and you won’t hear Jedi complain about this option.… [Read more]
Everyone loves zombies! It’s strange, but true. Zombies have taken over. No longer are they walking around in search of brains, but they’re also cute little plush play things. And kids love them! Such as Zombie Pets from Bulls i Toy.
There are 8 5″ Zombie Pets to collect in all.… [Read more]