Last summer we signed up with Kids Bowl Free to bowl two free games a day, all summer long. This year we got a message saying the program was starting up in March, so we've signed on again. Read on for the details! What is it? The Kids Bowl Free program is two free games … Continue reading Summer Fun: Kids Bowl Free is Back Early
This week I updated my 'do with a new set of curtain bangs. The funny thing is, anytime I've had bangs they've always been curtain bangs, I just didn't know they had a fancy name! I have the kind of bangs that will do one thing only, and that's split down the middle. Curtain bangs … Continue reading I Got Trendy with Curtain Bangs
Being mom means being the ultimate multitasker, squeezing things in whenever you can, and trying to do most things with a companion of questionable temperament. My friend Georjie snapped this pic while she was highlighting my hair one afternoon. It's not exactly a glamorous shot, but it's a little peek into daily "mom life." Me … Continue reading Real Mom Life, Making it Work
Playing a game with a three-year-old is a unique experience. It takes a lot of patience, imagination and a complete lack of concern for following rules. We got this great set of games from Goliath Games and Pressman Toy Company and my son couldn't wait to rip open the box and try every single toy, … Continue reading Do You Want to Play a Game?
In this era of cell phone dependability, we never want to get caught with a drained battery. Mogix makes it easy to avoid the dreaded dead phone experience with their ultra thin 5000mAh portable cell phone chargers that easily fit in your purse, baby bag, glove compartment or even your pocket. Mogix sent me their … Continue reading Mogix Makes Portable Cell Phone Power that Fits in Your Pocket
My son has not been the most receptive little reader. In fact, he's been downright combative at times, like when I tried to read him What's Making Walter C. Laugh? and he threw a giant tantrum, and then there was the time he kept shoving poor Sgt. Stubby in the trash. It got to where … Continue reading Book Review: P is for Poop by Ben Luster
A lot of moms these days seem to be getting into oils. I've been into essential oils since I was a teenager working in a hippie shop that sold oils and part of my job was to educate myself on all the different oils and their purposes. So I've always had a bottle of tea … Continue reading How to Use a Nebulizing Aromatherapy Diffuser