Little DaVinci Mighty Vite is a Mighty Boost for Kids Health

There couldn't have been a better time for this package of Little DaVinci vitamin products to arrive from Moms Meet! We all need a good strong immune system right now so I was excited to find their Mighty vite powder plus Immuni-Z tablets and Calm spray. This review, however, focuses on Mighty vite, their unique … Continue reading Little DaVinci Mighty Vite is a Mighty Boost for Kids Health

Children’s Books Round-up April 2020

If you've got kids stuck at home, it's a great time to check out some new children's books! We have three top picks for this month: Chicken Lips is a book about a special cow who learns to love his silly name,  Where Will You Go Ricky Jo? tells the tale of a very adventurous … Continue reading Children’s Books Round-up April 2020

Book Publishing Progress and GoFundMe Update

The short progress update is that we are still moving forward with the book publishing, but we don't plan to push the GoFundMe campaign during the coronavirus crisis. We plan to work with what we have and change our publishing plan as needed to fit the new situation. Read on for the full story and … Continue reading Book Publishing Progress and GoFundMe Update

Water Beads Make for a Fun Sensory Play Experience

While looking for something different to play with, we ran across these water beads that make for a neat sensory play experience. They can also make a big mess if you have a kid who likes to squish them! But it is still neat to watch them grow and then stick your hands in a … Continue reading Water Beads Make for a Fun Sensory Play Experience

An Easy Way to Change Serger Thread Colors on Any Serger

A serger, or overlocker, is an amazing machine that finishes your fabric edges and cuts off the excess fabric. It's also a pain in the butt to thread. Here's an easy way to change your serger thread colors by pulling the new thread through using the old thread. When I first discovered what a serger … Continue reading An Easy Way to Change Serger Thread Colors on Any Serger

Growing a Pineapple from a Pineapple Top

Next time you get a whole pineapple, you might want to think about saving the top part. It's really easy to replant it and grow a new pineapple from a pineapple top! Sure, it may take 2 – 3 years before you actually get a new fruit, but it's still a neat project to do … Continue reading Growing a Pineapple from a Pineapple Top

Dealing with Anxiety, a Pandemic and Quarantine

A pandemic is enough to stress out anyone. Throw in a possible quarantine and a lot of unknowns, and it's easy to fall into the anxiety spiral. Here in Jacksonville we aren't on total lockdown yet, but you can feel it coming. Every morning I check the news and see it creeping closer and closer … Continue reading Dealing with Anxiety, a Pandemic and Quarantine

The Day the Coronavirus Shut Down The PLAYERS Championship

This year our day at The PLAYERS Championship happened to be the ONLY day of TPC people got to see before it was shut down due to concerns over the rapidly spreading coronavirus. It was a beautiful Thursday afternoon and I'm glad I got one last day out before everything was shut down! We planned … Continue reading The Day the Coronavirus Shut Down The PLAYERS Championship

Coronavirus Craziness Cancels March, Possibly April

The world has officially gotten weird as the coronavirus has cancelled everything in March and is spreading to April and beyond. I'm currently moving past a state of frustration and disappointment and settling right back into the same place I was working hard to break out of- a neurotic mess of anxiety and stress. My … Continue reading Coronavirus Craziness Cancels March, Possibly April

The Boy Who Only Ate Plain Noodles

My son loves noodles. Just plain spaghetti noodles with a little butter or olive oil. He doesn’t like to spoil it with any sauce. I keep trying to encourage him to try them differently- marinara, cream sauce, maybe some meatballs... but no, just noodles. It makes me think of a photo of me as a … Continue reading The Boy Who Only Ate Plain Noodles