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Aug 30, 2015

How Cool Is that! My Kids Shine when riding their bikes with Super Bright Rim Lights #bikelights

What do your kids do when it is too dark to ride their bikes in the evening?  Do they whine? fuss? throw a fit?  I know I do (LOL)  Now they can ride a LITTLE longer with Longer Lasting Rim Lights - plus they just look so darn cool!

  • Light up your bike at night with the Speed Racer rim lights - Choose from three different styles
  • Motion sensor LED technology ensures durability along with 50,000 hours of lifetime
  • Easy to install - simple attach LED wheel flash light to valve stem on bike. Fits almost all

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Aug 28, 2015

Yummy Goodness from Butter Braid ~ Guest Post Giveaway & Review

Check out this great Giveaway & Review from my friend over at Tales from A Southern Mom!

Double Chocolate long crop

So, school has started or maybe going to start this next week and your kids do not want to get out of bed. I have the solution, Butter Braid! This is a fabulous pastry that you can take from your freezer the night before and put it in the pan, wait for it to rise and bake it the next morning. When your

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SwageU Bluetooth Headphones #Giveaway

Check out this new fun Giveaway provided by my friend over at Tales From a Southern Mom!
I know I'm going to enter - will you?


SwageU Bluetooth Headphones Giveaway

Hosted by Tales From A Southern Mom

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The Rainbow Egg by Linda Hendricks, M.D. ~ #review

Hope is a chicken who happens upon an egg. Looking for a place to help raise it, a guardian red bird leads her to a chicken house full of chicken families. 

There she finds challenges and fear ultimately leading to the most precious gift she could ever hope for. 

The Rainbow Egg is a beautifully illustrated, delightful fresh look at adoption as a loving gift.

I believe that for young children, and even some older ones too, it is usually much easier to explain difficult things in life

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Check out the new Toy that has everyone excited! Kendama Review & Giveaway #kalebkendamaco

The Kendama is a traditional Japanese toy which consists of the “Ken” (handle) and the “Tama” (ball),  which is connected by a string.  The two extending sides of the kendama are concave cups, with one end smaller than the other. The larger cup is called the ōzara ("big cup") and the smaller cup is called the kozara ("small cup"). There is another, even smaller cup, called the chūzara  ("center cup") at the bottom of the ken. The Kendama tricks are done by variations of juggling the ball in the three cups spiking the ball with the Ken spike, and balancing both in new creative ways. Mastering the Kendama takes practice, focus, patience, and creativity.

So there you have it, readers! The Kendama is anything but a boring toss and catch game…and it goes to show

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Believe: Kid's Edition ~ Think, Act, Be Like Jesus for ages 8 to 12 #review

They know the story of the Bible, but do they know what it means? 

Adapted from the ground-breaking new Believe campaign from bestselling author and pastor Randy Frazee, the  Believe: Kids’ Edition takes kids on a thematic tour through the Bible and shows them how to think, act, and be more like Jesus. 

As children ages 8-12 walk through the three big categories of Christian life—beliefs, practices, and virtues—they’ll begin a journey that will take them closer to the heart of Jesus and deeper

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Believe Storybook Think, Act, Be Like Jesus

Presented by bestselling author and pastor Randy Frazee, the Believe Storybook shows children how they can think, act, and be more like Jesus. With 60 old and new testament stories from the Bible that showcase the themes, combined with captivating and dramatic illustrations by Steve Adams, children and adults alike will be inspired to become more like their savior and the person they were meant to be.
The Believe Storybook is part of the national church-wide program led by bestselling author Randy Frazee that shows

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Aug 26, 2015

For Homeschool or just to Learn at a time convenient for you ~ Levels for Guitar online Guitar Lessons #Levelsforguitar

Do you have time to spend driving back and forth and paying an instructor just so you can learn how to play an instrument?  What about if you have children who also want to learn?  Or several family or friends?

I have found a way to make time in my day - right here at home to learn how to play my Guitar and can even have my kiddos use the lessons too!  And it is affordable, can be done in my own home and at my own pace, at a time that

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