This is Love

I swear I haven't given up blogging, and no lovely friends as much as I wish I was withholding a fantastic baby related secret.... there is nothing (other than good, normal health) to report.  I've been taking a lot of time this month to do a number of things.  One has been my little Usborne... Continue Reading →

Saint Patrick’s Day

 Saint Patrick {from here} Corned Beef straight from the crock pot Sarah's amazing Guinness Cake {here}A Simple St. Patrick's CraftI arise today Through the strength of heaven; Light of the sun, Splendor of fire, Speed of lightning, Swiftness of the wind, Depth of the sea, Stability of the earth, Firmness of the rock. I arise today Through... Continue Reading →

A Year of Books: Cars and Trucks

No, no I haven't forgotten about my little pet project.  I just lucked out that the month I get knocked out by the cold to end all colds I picked two subjects that are very similar.... Cars and Trucks.Cars and trucks - well basically anything that has an engine - are a big hit at... Continue Reading →

A Fun{draiser} Little Thing

Hey Friends!  I'm doing a fun fundraiser for a friend through my Usborne Books & More Consultant gig right now and wanted to let you in on it!My friend Pamela is raising money to eventually produce her own children's programming called "Pen Pals".  "The series follows a playful human and her intellectual best friend, a... Continue Reading →

The Candle Window

{sorry for the absence - a nasty head-cold knocked me out for a few days}I thought I'd show you what we're doing for a Lenten Activity with Henry.  I decided to do something similar to our "Thank You Window" in November, with a cutout to hangup and an activity to go along with it.  When... Continue Reading →

Lenten Plans with H.

H. is three now - just at the age where he's starting to understand that there's something more to these days, but not quite ready to grasp the deeper concepts so planning out Lent and Easter for him has been a balancing act of too much or not enough.  I don't want underestimate his comprehension,... Continue Reading →

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