Captain Marvel Has Caught Our Attention

It’s about time: a Marvel Movie dedicated to a strong female role model! As a mother of a tween girl, we do NOT believe that a “man is the plan”. Sadly, that is a lot of Disney classic films and Disney knows it! They made fun of that fact in the latest Wreck it Ralph movie – saying that “Does […]

7 Ways to Teach Your Teenager to Avoid Peer Pressure

Peer pressure is so real for teenagers. When you hear this generation faces way more peer pressure than any other generation thus far believe it. They have it coming at them from every direction through online and offline peer pressure. With the same and very different vices available to this generation it is of the utmost importance for you to […]

15 Fun Ways to Promote Healthy Teeth in Kids

I once heard a parent say “I don’t care if he brushes his teeth, they are just going to fall out and be replaced any way.” Those baby teeth are important, they are place holders for the adult teeth that are bound to come in. It’s also important to make sure they are taking care of their mouth because gingivitis […]

A Fresh Look at 1492’s Columbus Story

disclaimer: I was given a copy of 1492: A Novel of Christopher Columbus, the Spanish Inquisition, and a World at the Turning Point, by Newton Frohlich AND a copy to give away in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own. I remember reciting this simple poem in elementary school: In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean […]

How To Fix Poor Dental Habits In 8-10 Year Old Children

Here is something fun I learned at Miss Sarah’s last dental checkup: Did you realize that many 8-10 year old children have gingivitis? Many think that this is a dental issue only in adults, but unfortunately this is not true. Many children are not taking adequate care of their teeth and the result is poor dental care leading to gingivitis. […]