Category Archives: kids
If you’ve ever heard yourself saying “No!” to your kids one too many times you’re certainly not alone! A new picture book for children, The Day Leo Said I Hate You!, by Robie H. Harris addresses this issue in a beautiful way. In the book, little Leo is constantly being told no all day long and then after many “no’s” and no “yes’s'” Leo blurts out to his Mom, “I hate you!”. I’m sure this issue is something every parent will eventually be faced with. Luckily for me, my time has yet to come.
This is a great book to open up discussion of your child’s feelings, and I suggest reading it out loud to your children irregardless of their age.
My 6 year old son is a huge toy story fan. Our 6 year old didn’t become obsessed until Toy Story 3 came out and since that time he has collected lots of the toys from the movies. Luckily his older brother had some toys from Toy Story 1 and 2 to help start his collection. Recently this new to us Playskool Toy Story 3 Mr.Potato Head made its way into our home.
Last week we came across the Toy Story Animated Talking Mr. Potato Head from Thinkway/Playskool Toys in Target and my son just had to have it. It was originally supposed to be a Christmas present but we
Zach’s Wax recently contacted us to review their extreme color hair gel. If you haven’t already heard of Zach’s Wax, it’s a hair coloring gel that doubles as a styling gel. It comes in 8 color choices plus a white base color to help bring out color to darker hair. According to their website, the extreme color gel is water-soluble and extremely temporary. Read on for our complete review to see what we thought of Zach’s Wax.
With a unique twist on the classic fairy tale The Boy Who Cried Wolf comes Betsy Who Cried Wolf
In Betsy Who Cried Wolf by Gail Carson Levine, Betsy is learning to be a shepherd. Once Betsy completes Shepherd school she gets her chance at herding the sheep on Rosenrise Mountain. Quickly thereafter, she begins to have encounters with a sneaky wolf named Zimmo. Every time Betsy yells Wolf, and the townspeople come running, sneaky Zimmo is nowhere to be found. Soon Betsy is sent back to Shepherd school as no one believes her! As Betsy
In the beginning, Moose is afraid of doing just about anything that is the least bit risky. Soon he begins to realize that something is missing in his life. Upon this realization that something is missing, he decides to set sail which turns out to be both a disaster and a blessing after he becomes stranded on a deserted island. During his stay on the deserted island he experiences lots of new things and has lots of fun in the process! In the end, the Moose realizes that what he is missing out on is his life.