Two blogs is just too many, so I'm working on moving my posts from here to my main blog, GeekMamas.com. I'll be slowly deleting posts from this site as I move them, and then completely close this blog by Spring 2020. Hope to see you over on the other blog 🙂
I started this blog as a way to keep the "non-geek" related stuff separate from my main blog, GeekMamas.com, and have a place to publish sponsored posts that didn't fit there. And then I made it personal and didn't want to publish that stuff here. And then I ended up with TWO blogs to keep … Continue reading A Tale of Two Blogs
Wizard and the Lizard by Katie Reed is the magical tale of Buddy, a cute little lizard who wishes to transform himself in to a big fierce dragon with the help of his best friend Wizard. The thing is, his best friend thinks he is perfect just the way he is. But he wants to … Continue reading Magical New Children’s Book: Wizard and the Lizard
Sometimes I get in this cloudy little funk where I just don't want to do anything except...nothing. I just have no desire to do ANYTHING. I posted on Facebook today that this was my moooooooood: So how do you change that? Any brilliant tips when you just don't want to Do The Thing? My first … Continue reading How Do You Get Motivated?
Someone in the neighborhood has swiped Piggy from a little girl and it's up to the superhero duo Ninja and Luche to get him back! Follow their adventures as they try and keep their identity a secret from their parents and grandmother while rescuing Piggy, eating nachos and doing some sweet ninja dance moves. The … Continue reading New Children’s Book: The Adventures of Ninja and Luche – The Great Piggy Rescue
Last year when my son was three years old, I tried a free trial of ReadingEggs.com and liked it so much I bought a full year. Reading Eggs is a computer program for kids that makes learning to read fun with activities and games. You can read about our experience from the rocky start to … Continue reading Reading Eggs Review from Ages 3 to 4
A kid in school (or daycare) means lots of artwork. From hand print turkeys to pages of scribbles, it can be quite a lot of stuff to save. I had been quietly slipping about half of it into the trash until the day my son caught me in a typical parental fib and discovered I … Continue reading MomLife: Of Course I Keep ALL Your Artwork!