Geeking Out in Huntsville, AL

Last summer my son and I spent some time with family near Huntsville, AL. The pandemic has me missing our travels and I realized I'd never posted our tour of a few geeky Huntsville hotspots: Supper Heroes, Pints and Pixels and the US Space and Rocket Center. I was born in Huntsville, but moved to … Continue reading Geeking Out in Huntsville, AL

Science Fun: Ivory Soap in the Microwave

What kid doesn't want to put something weird in the microwave and see what happens? Satisfy their curiosity with this fast, easy (and super clean!) science experiment with Ivory Soap. Why Does it Need to be Ivory Soap? It's important to use only Ivory Soap for this experiment. When Ivory is manufactured, they whip a … Continue reading Science Fun: Ivory Soap in the Microwave

Making Progress on this Self-Publishing Journey

I feel like I've been talking about working on this kids book forever! The self-publishing journey is a long one when you jump into it with no idea what you're doing. Though I figure that's probably how a lot of people start. It's been kind of tough to continue working on a kids book about … Continue reading Making Progress on this Self-Publishing Journey

Make Banana Ice Cream from Just Bananas

Don't throw out those browning bananas! Chop and freeze them to make delicious and easy banana ice cream with just one ingredient: bananas. How to Make Banana Ice Cream No matter how few bananas I purchase, there's always one or two that go brown before we eat them. This is a great way to save … Continue reading Make Banana Ice Cream from Just Bananas

Geek of the Week: Children’s Book Author Katie Reed

Our Geek of the Week this round is Katie Reed, a children's book author with a love of fantasy that led her to create her own book series starring a wizard and a lizard who get into magical mischief and learn valuable lessons in the end. 1) Please introduce yourself: Hello! My name is Katie … Continue reading Geek of the Week: Children’s Book Author Katie Reed

All About Dad Printable Father’s Day Fill-in Sheet

I did one of these last year and the results were pretty funny! So this year I made my own printable "All About Dad" Father's Day fill-in questionnaire that will work for every year. Click below to download the printable PDF file and see what funny answers your kids come up with! Fathers-Day-fill-inDownload And if … Continue reading All About Dad Printable Father’s Day Fill-in Sheet

Adding More to the SewGeekMama Youtube Channel

I recently started going through videos from my old Three Muses YouTube channel and adding some of the relevant ones to the SewGeekMama channel. It's mostly random cosplay and convention clips so far. Once I get through all the old stuff I'll work on creating new content. Sewing and Cosplay Tutorials I have been neglecting … Continue reading Adding More to the SewGeekMama Youtube Channel

Hello Fresh, Big Canoe, Wildflowers and New Earbuds

My round-up for this past week includes a review of Hello Fresh, a little escape to Big Canoe, GA, wildflowers in the garden and new earbuds. I used to start this post with some kind of moniker like "Week in Review" or "Keane Interest," but I felt like that was taking up valuable title space … Continue reading Hello Fresh, Big Canoe, Wildflowers and New Earbuds

A Little Escape to Big Canoe, Georgia

We've been cooped up so much with this quarantine business that when a friend brought up a last-minute vacation to a cabin in Big Canoe, GA, we jumped at the chance to get away for a bit! It was great to escape to a few days of boating, fishing, hiking and just hanging out and … Continue reading A Little Escape to Big Canoe, Georgia

Hello Fresh Gets a 5 Star Review

I have been wanting to do a meal kit delivery service for a while now, and recently signed up for Hello Fresh. I figure I might as well do a quick little Hello Fresh review for those that might be interested in trying it as well! If you don't want to read and just want … Continue reading Hello Fresh Gets a 5 Star Review