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You’re Pulling My Leg!

Are you looking for a game you can play virtually while you limit the people you see in person? How about a game that can help you get to know the person you are dating or a new friend better? You’re Pulling My Leg may be the one you are looking for. Disclosure: I received… Read More »

Why I Love Having 5 Kids

Our family has five children. I birthed four of them and they live at home and my step son lives with his Grandma. I am proud to have a big family and I wouldn’t want it any other way. This post is about Why I Love Having 5 Kids. Sure there are times when the… Read More »

Connection During Social Distancing

This is a guest post about Connection During Social Distancing by Mark Ebinger, author of Connect. See the bottom for details. This post contains affiliate links. One night while I was on the phone with a long-distance relationship, Tom said he was worried about me getting lonely because I was alone a lot.  I asked Tom… Read More »

Classic Films and TV Shows That Are Worth Watching

Lately I’ve been streaming some old shows on various streaming platforms. I’ve been enjoying watching them with my husband. Some I’ve never seen and some I’ve seen a few episodes of before. I can’t guarantee the ones I mention below will still be on the respective streaming services when you read this post. So I… Read More »

Superluminous

Superluminous is a picture book by Annick Press, one of my favourite publishers. Disclosure: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a review. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: Nour has a superpower: she glows. Her light shines so bright, she feels like a star in the night sky. But when kids at… Read More »

Living With Allergies (Guest Post by my Daughter)

I asked my teen daughter Alastrin to share what it’s been like living with allergies and she did a great job. If you take the time to read some or all of it, please consider commenting and/or sharing her post so she knows you were here. Living With Allergies by Alastrin When I was around… Read More »

Interview about Quarantine Living with David Ruggerio

I had the privilege of doing a short interview with David Ruggerio who is known as a Super Chef and has recently branched out to authoring fiction. You can find out more about him in the bio at the end of the interview. Interview about Quarantine Living with David Ruggerio Me: For someone who has… Read More »

Legends from Mom’s Closet

Today is my Mom’s birthday and the perfect day to tell you about a new book written by a 10 year old girl! Legends From Mom’s Closet This beautiful book has full page, full colour photos of Sasha dressed in her mom’s and grandma’s clothes, including photos of just the outfit. Sasha is writing in… Read More »

Learning About Anaphylaxis

Are you trying to learn more about anaphylaxis and epi-pens? So am I! As previously mentioned, we have a newly diagnosed milk allergy in the house. The doctor doesn’t think she will have an anaphylactic reaction but you can never tell for sure so we have had to learn about anaphylaxis and epi-pens. I wanted… Read More »

Newly Diagnosed Milk Allergy

May is Food Allergy Awareness Month in Canada and May 10-17, 2020 is Food Allergy Awareness Week in the US.   Newly Diagnosed Milk Allergy Up until very recently, I didn’t realize we had a food allergy in our home. My now 13 year old used to get stomach aches from having too much chocolate… Read More »