We were recently sent 3 books from Kayla Jarmon to review. The books we received were electronic books, so they have been easy to read on the go to my kids. These books for Christian families include Don't Forget Me, Dying is Part of This World, and A Boy and His Dog. While I received ebook … [Read more...] about Kayla Jarmon Books for Christian Families
SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium asked us to check out their new Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center last week. We jumped at the chance, and I couldn't wait to share some photos of the experience, as well as the press release with all the details. Rescue Beach Right past the sting ray area … [Read more...] about SEA LIFE Grapevine Introduces NEW Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehab Center!
Over the years, my school-aged children have all had the opportunity to use and help me review the Reading Kingdom program. This online resource is a terrific program for students around ages 4-10 to learn to read. It covers the multiple areas necessary to become a great reader, including grammar, … [Read more...] about Reading Kingdom – Online Program to Learn to Read
Blueberry mocha? Over the past few months, I've been drinking more coffee than ever before. I recently tried a new-to-me blueberry coffee (affiliate link) and it reminded of a recipe that was shared with me some time ago that I meant to share! Honestly, I wasn't sure about the combination of … [Read more...] about Blueberry Mocha with Espresso or Coffee
My husband is a systems analyst, so he works on computers with code all day long. My 11 year old has decided over the past couple of months that he might want to do that when he grows up, too. I've been looking around a little bit for a curriculum or course that would help to teach him some … [Read more...] about CodeWizardsHQ Live Coding Classes for Kids (Review)