Seder Placemats

This week, I decided that I the kids and I would learn the Jewish tradition of Passover.  First and foremost,  I want to thank Stephanie at InCultureParent for helping me and answering all of my questions! In our homeschool we have been studying the Exodus.  That is when the Jewish slaves – with help from Read the full article…

Our Love For Books Week – The Final Hoorah!

Well, World Book Day has come and gone, and we have happened upon Friday – the end of the work week (well, for people who work 9-5 jobs) –  and also the last installment in my Our Love For Books series.  Actually, I had a really good time with this series, and hope to continue Read the full article…

Happiness Is ________Seeing my Daughter Grow and Develop

In my Our Love For Books Week, I wanted to show  you how proud I am of my 4 year old daughter. She has found her love for books! We read this book so much, she has the entire thing memorized.  She recited the entire book for her Suzuki Violin teacher.  She had a bit Read the full article…

Love of Books Week – Reading of Diary of a Wimpy Kid Cabin Fever

Here is our first video installment of our love for books week! Today, my 8 year old, Hadyn, is reading an excerpt from Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Cabin Fever.   Hadyn inherited his love for books from his Dad.  I began teaching Hadyn to read and write when he was 5.5.  By the Read the full article…

World Book Day – A Blog Shoutout Children’s Book Authors

I’m into celebrating World Book Day (Thursday March 7)- even though it’s a European thing.  To celebrate, this week, I’m talking all books – all week! Yea! So, since this is my normal blog shoutout day, I’m going to give a shoutout to those little known Authors who delight our Children each and every day! Read the full article…