Pokémon GO: A Little Late but Now I Gotta Catch ‘Em All

Shortly after my son was born, Pokémon GO became a thing. So of course I downloaded it, chose my team and gave it a try. I tossed my poke balls and played for about 10 minutes before my newborn son started crying and needed a feeding or diaper change or something that was a million … Continue reading Pokémon GO: A Little Late but Now I Gotta Catch ‘Em All

Hump Day Giveaway: Goliath Games Family Game Prize Pack

This week we have a fun Goliath Games Ultimate Family Prize Pack featuring Googly Eyes, Sequence and Rummikub! Contest runs from Feb. 20 - March 4. No purchase necessary to win and lots of ways to enter. Scroll down for details! We've got Googly Eyes! Wear funny glasses, draw funny pics and have your team … Continue reading Hump Day Giveaway: Goliath Games Family Game Prize Pack

Week in Review: My Little Valentine, a Win from Jax Mom’s Blog, Snow in Florida and Goliath Games

This past week we celebrated Valentine's Day with two cute little guys and a sunset beach stroll, I won $100 gift card to Winn-Dixie from Jacksonville Mom's Blog, we made it snow in Florida and tried out a bunch of fun games. Week in Review: February 11 - 17 We celebrated this Valentine's Day with … Continue reading Week in Review: My Little Valentine, a Win from Jax Mom’s Blog, Snow in Florida and Goliath Games

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

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