Archives for April 2015

Great Tips on How to Create a Vegetable Patch for Your Whole Family to Enjoy

Do your children know where their food comes from? If the answer is no, growing herbs and vegetables in your garden may help to rectify this. Growing fresh produce at home will teach your children about the life cycles of the herbs and vegetables they eat. It will raise their awareness of the seasonal nature […]

Get outside and #LiveLifeOutside this spring & summer! #IC #ad

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for TruGreen. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.   During the Winter, we are pretty much stranded inside. It’s far too cold to get outside and play with the family. Now that it’s Spring and the weather is so beautiful, […]

Autism Awareness & Game Play with SimplyFun

With April being Autism Awareness Month, I am happy to say that I am working with a company that is proud to give back. SimplyFun believes that all children should have the opportunity to benefit from game play. SimplyFun has an independent team of advisors that have identified games within SimplyFun’s wide array of gems […]

@BestBuy’s new AMD FX APU – HP Envy Touchsmart Laptop #AMDFX

School may be just about over with for this school year, but it’s never too early to start shopping for next school year. Best Buy is here to help with the new HP – ENVY Touchsmart 15/6 Touch-screen laptop. It’s like a tablet and laptop all in one. Hey, it’s a tabtop! HP – ENVY […]

Why We Should Expose Kids to Musical Instruments Early

Not every kid handed a keyboard or starter acoustic guitar will want to keep playing past jumbled notes. But many children will fall in love with playing a music instrument if they’re given the chance to try. To their benefit, there are a number of reasons why it’s a good idea to expose kids to […]

Children of Addicts: Parental Advice on Talking to Your Children About Your Addiction

According to Psyche Central, approximately 28 million Americans are children of alcoholics. In an effort to break the cycle, parents should be more than willing to talk with their children about their addiction. However, often times this conversation is put off for “a better time” resulting in children having to deal with the issues all on […]

Happy #Caturday everyone!

There are times that a photo can speak a thousand words. While I believe that true heartedly, I think that this video screams a bit more words than I can type. Anyone that knows me, knows how much I love and adore my Milano. She is my sunshine on a rainy day; to say the […]

Wordless Wednesday: Family movie night with a carpet picnic 


Budget Friendly #BabyShower Gift Basket Idea

We have a few friends and family members that are expecting. Giving baby gifts can get expensive and you may end up getting something(s) that mom really won’t use or doesn’t need. I am a huge fan of gift baskets with newborn needs because face it, any new mom would love to get things that […]