Fun Things to Do with Dinosaur Feet

If you happen to have a pair of dinosaur slippers and are interested in taking them beyond the lounging stage and really make them live up to their potential, here's your handy guide! Featuring the new roaring dinosaur slippers from BunnySlippers.com. These ferociously fun Dinosaur Feet Slippers are made with a velvety green scale-textured fabric with … Continue reading Fun Things to Do with Dinosaur Feet

Let the Games Begin, Starting with a BittBoy Mini Game System

When my husband saw our son playing with a BittBoy, his reaction was "Well I guess this is the start of the video games..." It was said with a bit of disdain, as if it were a bad turn in our son's development. My reaction was a little different. Imagine me saying the same thing, … Continue reading Let the Games Begin, Starting with a BittBoy Mini Game System

Walter C. and the Great Meltdown

Welcome to another episode of Keelan Hates to Read! This time, I torture him with a cute book by Ginny Jordan called What's Making Walter C. Laugh?, available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions. OK I'm kidding about the torture part, but really that's how he acts whenever I try to sit down and … Continue reading Walter C. and the Great Meltdown

An Imaginative New Kid’s App from Playing Forward’s Stan Lee’s Kids Universe

* This post is part of a sponsored campaign for Playing Forward. I received compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.* My son likes to play Godzilla, destroying everything that crosses his path, rampaging through the house. He doesn't realize how destructive he his, how loud he can be and how … Continue reading An Imaginative New Kid’s App from Playing Forward’s Stan Lee’s Kids Universe

Back to School Shopping for Pre-School

I used to LOVE back to school shopping! I would get so excited to have all that fresh notebook paper (maybe I'd get fancy with college rule this year!) and pick out a new Lisa Frank unicorn folder and put it all in my awesome Trapper Keeper. Then I'd pick out pencils, take them home … Continue reading Back to School Shopping for Pre-School

Sergeant Stubby Goes MIA

We were sent the book Why Did Sergeant Stubby Go to War? for a review. If you've been following the blog then you know I've been trying to get my son into reading. I thought this book would catch his attention because it involved a dog in an Army uniform. He likes dogs and is … Continue reading Sergeant Stubby Goes MIA

Hatching a Plan with Reading Eggs

I don't usually do reviews for computer programs, games or apps, because I can barely find time to get on the computer and take care of my blog stuff, much less learn a new program and use it enough to actually review it. If my 3-year-old son sees me on the computer, he either complains … Continue reading Hatching a Plan with Reading Eggs

For the Love of Books

I have always loved books and reading and couldn't wait to read stories to my son after he was born. I even read books to him when he was still in my belly! But from early on, his disdain for books and other reading material was made painfully clear. When he was a baby, we'd … Continue reading For the Love of Books

Heart of Joy Pajamas Bring a Little Light and Love

We recently got a try out a set of glow-in-the-dark pajamas from Heart of Joy, a company dedicated to brightening up the lives of homeless children. When founder Desiree L. Jones learned that more than two million children every year experience a period of homelessness, and that even included a childhood friend, she felt moved … Continue reading Heart of Joy Pajamas Bring a Little Light and Love

Trying Out OneZeeMe for Personalized Toddler Style

When Keelan was born, I recall going through onesies like crazy that first year. Of course I had to have a special one for every holiday, every season and every age. So I love the idea of this new subscription box from OneZeeMe.com, where you get personalized onsies sent every month. They sent me a … Continue reading Trying Out OneZeeMe for Personalized Toddler Style