Monthly Archives: May, 2012

Review: The Charlatan’s Boy by Jonathan Rogers

This was an enjoyable read about a boy named Grady believed to be an orphan that basically went from town to town as a circus attraction. A feechie was the name he was branded with. And all in all Grady accepted it until one day everything changed and his eyes were opened and he discovered …

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Review: Secret Agent/ Spy Party Treasure Hunt Printables

I had the chance recently to review a neat, little ditty I would like to tell you about. Who doesn’t want to be a secret agent? Well I have three little boys that absolutely love the idea of becoming James Bond. So when I brought out this awesome treasure hunt game just for my little …

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Review: PottyCovers

Recently, my children and I had the chance to review a neat little product that would be perfect to take with you on vacation or with you across town to run errands.  PottyCover is a disposable toilet seat cover for children that covers the sides and the front of the toilet, to keep away germs …

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Planning for Next School Year

I would like to share with all of you what we normally choose for curriculum. This may get updated through the beginning of the year because I tend to add to it or take away. For my little guys this is pretty simple. They are in primary grades. So easy fix there. But my daughter …

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Chores & Children

 Chores + Children = DISASTER….. Well not always. This month for Gabby Moms I was asked to review Lorrie Flem’s Chores: Many Hands Make Light Work Bundle. Basically, Lorrie shows how to incorporate our children into the whole equation of helping our “to do” list get smaller while at the same time teaching our little …

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A Mothers Day Party!

And YOU are invited!! Yes you read that write. Eternal Encouragement is having a Facebook Party on their Facebook page and it is for a little extra party time celebrating Mother’s Day. Yeah! So on Monday May 14th during the hours of 3-5 pm EST head on over to their Facebook page and get ready …

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Review:Where Lilacs Still Bloom by Jane Kirkpatrick

This one is another good one from Jane Kirkpatrick. I just love reading her stories. Her characters really come alive to me. This one is suppose to be based on an actual true story. I loved reading about Hulda and her lilacs. In the beginning of the book Hulda has a conversation with her father …

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Review:Chasing The Sun by Tracie Peterson

  This was a very good book to read. The characters William and Hannah reminded me very much of my husband and myself. Here is an excerpt from the back cover:“When her father disappears in war-torn Mississippi, Hannah Dandridge finds herself responsible not only for her younger siblings but also for the Texas ranch her …

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