Have a wonderful day!! MLK, Jr Day is Today!

Are you looking for some resources about today and why we have a federal holiday to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr.? Check out these links and have a beautiful day! Martin Luther King Jr Day Activities and History on KabooseThe King CenterWiki on MLK Jr DaySome Homeschool PrintablesLesson Plans, Printables, Biographies, and moreWorksheets, Art Projects, […]

Kid’s Say (and do) The Darndest Things :)

So today my kids cracked me up…  We went to the local children’s museum just to find out that it’s not free on Sundays anymore (DRAT!), so we just let the kids play around in their courtyard area instead.  They all decided to race and my charming DD crouched down and proceeded to shake her […]

RAQ: What are you? Republican? Democrat? What?

I really don’t want to make it a habit to talk about politics on my blog, but someone asked me this recently so I thought I’d address it. I consider myself an Independent.  I have voted for both major political parties in Presidential elections in the past few elections that I’ve been privileged to be […]

Book Review: "Birth Movement"

I was given the opportunity to view the e-book “Birth Movement” for free from the author, Jun-Nicole Matsushita in exchange for some publicity for the book.  I am SO glad that I was able to do this! The book is  “An instructional book for pregnant women and their birth partners, doulas, midwives, nurses, childbirth educators, […]

52 in 52 Review: Double Shot by Erynn Mangum

Okay, let me just say…It has been a really long time since I’ve picked up and started reading a book that I REALLY didn’t want to put down!  I *loved* this book.  “Double Shot” is the last of 3 in the Maya Davis series of books by author Erynn Mangum.  I am so sad that […]