Super Hero Gift Sets On Sale

The whole Etsy shop is on sale for the holidays, including new Super Hero Gift Sets! The set comes with the book I'm Going to My First Comic Convention, plus a sheet of stickers, and your choice of cape and mask or a Wonder Woman accessory set (or both!). Check out all options here: SewGeekMama … Continue reading Super Hero Gift Sets On Sale

We Got Slimed and It Wasn’t Fun

My son recently walked into the kitchen to surprise me with a head full of slime. Specifically Poo Doo slime from the Dollar Tree. He giggled at my look of horror as he modeled the nasty brown goo that was oozing its way down his lovely shoulder-length blond hair. The only thing I was happy … Continue reading We Got Slimed and It Wasn’t Fun

Keane Interest: Toyopia, Lowes Build and Grow and a Halloween Win

In this edition of Keane Interest we take advantage of the free military day at MOSH, attend a Lowe's free Build and Grow workshop and I get to announce Halloween contest win thanks to Tom and Sheri's Iron in a Bottle. There's also a chance to win a free movie download for Love and Monsters! … Continue reading Keane Interest: Toyopia, Lowes Build and Grow and a Halloween Win

New Geeky Children’s Book Now Available on Amazon

We finally did it! Our new children's book, I'm Going to My First Comic Convention, is now available on Amazon! After over a year of working on the book and COVID crashing our GoFundMe, and then trying not to let the fact that every convention got cancelled get us down, we made it to the … Continue reading New Geeky Children’s Book Now Available on Amazon

Just Me Whining About Publishing a Book During a Pandemic

I published a children's book about attending large events, during a pandemic where large events have all been cancelled because they can literally kill you. I really didn't see that one coming. In case you are just stumbling into this story now, I'm Going to My First Comic Convention is available on Amazon. It's a … Continue reading Just Me Whining About Publishing a Book During a Pandemic

A Happy Thanksgiving in 2020

It's been a really weird year, but I'm heading into the holidays with an optimistic outlook for a Happy Thanksgiving with few family members. Immediately after writing that first sentence, I got off the computer and didn't bother with it again until now, which is Saturday and Thanksgiving is done and gone... So belated Happy … Continue reading A Happy Thanksgiving in 2020

10 Ways to Determine if Your Child is Intellectually Gifted

Today we have a guest post on ways to determine if your child is intellectually gifted. I find it interesting that many of the things on this list describe my son, although the last time I wrote about his school performance it was about how I had just gotten his first preschool assessment and he … Continue reading 10 Ways to Determine if Your Child is Intellectually Gifted

We Tried a Candy Making Class at Sweet Pete’s

We recently tried a candy making class at Sweet Pete's in downtown Jacksonville and had fun getting messy with chocolate and stuffed with sweets. We signed up for the Candy Apple class, but due to a mix-up and apple shortage we ended up doing the Smashing Pumpkins class. No complaints from the 5-year-old about the … Continue reading We Tried a Candy Making Class at Sweet Pete’s

10 Effects of Stress on Your Face

Stress can affect many things in life, including your appearance. Over time the effects of stress build up and show in our face, skin and bodies. I write a lot about the effects of stress and anxiety in my own life, but today I have a guest blogger to talk specifically about the effects of … Continue reading 10 Effects of Stress on Your Face

Get Nostalgic with Toyopia at MOSH Jacksonville

MOSH’s main exhibit until 5/16/21 is a Toyopia, a vintage toy wonderland with life-size games and tons of nostalgia. We took advantage of the free military day on Veteran’s Day, but MOSH is free for kids all through November! There’s lot of stuff to play with in Toyopia- life size games like Battleship, a video arcade (all … Continue reading Get Nostalgic with Toyopia at MOSH Jacksonville

Transformers: Battlegrounds Game Review

Transformers: Battlegrounds launched Oct. 23rd on all platforms with a new Digital Deluxe Edition which adds an exclusive game mode and cosmetic content to the game. We gave it a try on the Nintendo Switch and although the game is primarily aimed at kids, it's not that engaging for a younger gamer who wants lots … Continue reading Transformers: Battlegrounds Game Review