Happy First Birthday Sweet Little Malcolm!
Friday, March 30, 2012
My Quick Takes this week is all about Malcolm, who is one year old today! Check out other Quick Takes over at Conversion Diary.
What started as this...
...quickly became this:
...quickly became this:
A few months quickly became
Happy Birthday Sweet Boy!
Monday, March 26, 2012
A Perfect Pet for Peyton is a heart-warming birthday adventure the whole family will enjoy. Packed with beautiful full-color illustrations, this book offers children the chance to learn how we all give and receive love differently. Based on Dr. Gary Chapman's book The 5 Love Languages, the books contains illustrations with hidden details as well as a quiz to help children more fully understand their own personal love language.
This is an all-around feel good book. The authors do a wonderful job exploring each love language within the book. The text is simple enough for my six year old to read independently, yet mature enough to hold my ten year olds's interest. The hidden details of the pictures allow even the younger children to get involved in the text.
WHAT DID MY PRODUCT TESTERS THINK?
|I liked it. I liked how their was gurls (girls).|
|I liked the parts where they are in the buildings and by the map and they are having their cake and riding the roller coaster. I also really like the dinosaur rooms.|
You can buy A Perfect Pet for Peyton at several on-line retailers including amazon and Barnes & Noble. List price for this book is $16.99 for a hardcover. Want to win a copy for free? Simply leave a comment on this post and I will choose a winner on Monday April 2. It's that simple!
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Friday, March 23, 2012
Yesterday was my friend Theresa's birthday. I know she reads my blog, sorry I missed your day! I hope your birthday was wonderful!
Speaking of birthdays, today is my brother's birthday. Happy Birthday!
It was 84 degrees here yesterday so we busted out the kiddie pool.
Did I mention that yesterday was MARCH 22 ?!?!? Here are some photos from March 23 of last year:
Okay, so that last one was really from March 13 of last year. But I pretty much looked the same on March 23. Speaking of that, can you believe that Malcolm is going to be ONE YEAR OLD next Friday? Where did this year go?
A total package of cuteness!
And then one more of these shots because I can't get over how awesome that child looks wearing goggles.
Check out more Quick Takes over at Conversion Diary.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
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Monday, March 19, 2012
It's every parent's nightmare: your child is on the computer doing research or playing an online game. They click on something and boom! Pornography or other inappropriate material appears. Action Alert was designed so your computer could be completely safe for all ages to use!
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We do not allow our kids time on the computer and so blocking inappropriate content is not an issue for me right now. I can tell that as the children get older and utilize the computer more for school things that this will be an area which I will need to address. Action Alert is an affordable and easy way to get the protection I need to make sure my computer remains "family friendly."
Disclaimer: As a member of the TOS Homeschool Review Group, I wrote this review in exchange for a free trial to Action Alert. I received no other compensation.