The Lotterys Plus One

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The Lotterys Plus One is one of the most delightful books I’ve encountered in quite some time. Within a few pages I was openly grinning and giggling out loud. Aimed at 8-12 year-olds, I have to say I can think of some adults who could benefit from reading it as well. This is the story … Read moreThe Lotterys Plus One

Peekapak Children’s Subscription Box Review

Peekapak is a fun new monthly subscription box aimed at children from ages 3-7. I like that it comes with an age guide with tips for how to get the most out of your experience with children of each age- yet they also don’t rigidly define which level your child should be at, recognizing instead … Read morePeekapak Children’s Subscription Box Review

Kids Academy Company App Review: Colorful, Fun & Educational!

Kids Academy Company Preschool and Kindergarten Learning is available for download on iTunes here. I try to limit the screentime of our 2-year old, to slow down the pace of her childhood in this every-quickening electronic world. That’s why I’m so pleased when we find an app that is both visually beautiful as well as … Read moreKids Academy Company App Review: Colorful, Fun & Educational!

Peekapak Craft Box Review and Giveaway 5/26 – 6/9

  I’m so excited to bring you this giveaway! What a fun prize for parents, caregivers and homeschoolers. The summer seems like a perfect time to explore everything Peekapak has to offer! Welcome to the Peekapak Craft Box Review and Giveaway, sponsored by Peekapak and hosted by Not Quite Crunchy Mommy! Peekapak is the a … Read morePeekapak Craft Box Review and Giveaway 5/26 – 6/9