This post contains affiliate links. Please see my About Me page for more information. Before I became a mother and before I became a blogger . . . I was a teacher. I was a classroom teacher for 14 years. Before that I worked as a camp counselor for young teens and even revamped a leadership camp at the local YMCA. I also coached high school cross country and track. My passion before … [Read more...] about How Keeping it “Old School” May Help Your High School Student Succeed
What am I going to do with this very active child all summer? I was asking myself just that question when I was presented the opportunity to review (affiliate link) KIDFUN: 400 Fun and Easy Ideas for Kids Ages 2 to 8. Hope Horwitz sent me Sharla Felscher's ebook in the hopes that I would share it with you. I'm happy to tell you it has provided a rolling start to a very fun summer ahead! As a … [Read more...] about A Book, a Bucket, and A Ball: All I needed to get Summer Rolling!
As we entered into Holy Week, I started thinking, "I need help with this one." Talking to a three-year-old about Jesus' death and Resurrection is a challenge to say the least. I found myself talking much more about the Easter Bunny than Jesus. And wow . . . that was not what I pictured myself doing before I was a parent. Meanwhile I am finding myself researching The Works of Mercy. In my … [Read more...] about Happy Saints Works of Mercy eBook Review
Pbgrace.com reached out and offered me an opportunity to read 77 Ways to Pray With Your Kids book. I was given a book by them for myself and one for a reader. All opinions are my own. As a young school student, maybe around the age of 11, I often wondered what I was supposed to think about when I prayed. I thought of asking a priest if I should picture the words of the prayers, as if I was … [Read more...] about 77 Ways to Pray with Your Kids (Book Review)