Skyscraper: Our Kindergarten Project

As I planned our curriculum for kindergarten this year I read that kindergarteners are supposed to learn about architecture. Architecture, did you say? Oooooh, yes please! We had already fallen in love with Science Comics and they have a book called Skyscrapers. It's full of witty jokes, super hero references and a breadth of knowledge-I [...]

If Picasso painted a Snowman Art Series

The St. Louis Art Museum is fantastic. If you ever get a chance to go, you must experience the grandeur of the building itself and the treasures within. On a trip there with a friend and my son, Fierce, I picked up and bought a copy of the book: If Picasso painted a Snowman by [...]

He Made a Way Where There Was No Way

Faithfulness. God has been so faithful to me. He instantaneously healed my back of scoliosis when I was a kid. He brought me through breast cancer 4 years ago. And now he is currently directing me through metastatic breast cancer. I found a random cancerous lump on my back last July which shocked the doctors […]

Cut Flower Garden

My Latest Hobby The Beginnings of a Cut Flower Garden I LOVE flowers. So...when my sister-in-law gave me "Floret Farms Cut Flower Garden" by Erin Benzakein, I was thrilled! I couldn't wait to get started! This book helps you plan for a flower farm if you really wanted to undertake that en-devour. For me, I [...]

Let Me Plan Your Next Trip

Your Personal Travel Guide Vacation on the horizon? Awesome! So many people have to work extra before their vacation in order to leave and not worry about loose ends, etc., leaving no time to read an entire guide book, much less make a plan. You tell yourself you will read it on the plane, but [...]

A Tasty Bite

A New Party Favorite We watch a lot of movies at our house and about half way through, my husband will ask, "What's for something?" I usually make a quick snack and lately I have been a bit bored of the usual options. I decided to throw this tasty treat together and it is a [...]

An Introduction to the Periodic Table of Elements for Toddlers

Periodic Table of Elements From A to Z Fierce (my 2 year old son) and I were painting one morning and I thought to myself, "Why not paint the Periodic Table of Elements?" Next thought, "Just buy a poster board." "Naaa, it will be fun." So I got out a bulletin board and set to [...]

The Perfect Latte

How to Make the Perfect Latte I am a bit of a coffee drinker. I can't wait to have my first cup in the morning and sit and watch the birds. I also have a two year old so the bird watching is not as achievable as the latte 😉 Then, like clockwork 2:00 pm [...]

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