25 May, 2015

It Feels Weird to Say It

     The notion of wishing someone a "Happy" Memorial Day seems so strange, doesn't it?  Most people who observe the holiday as it should be observed are remembering people who have passed and are no longer with us.  I suppose though that bringing up those memories can bring up wonderful feelings and make you smile, even if longing and pain comes with them.
     This morning we went to a parade.  Baby Bee decided last minute to stay home with Nanny.  It was a very small parade, which made me feel a little sad, but people did turn out for it and it happened, which is the biggest thing.  People chose to remember.  Streaker was a bit upset that there was no candy as usual, but I reminded her gently that we went, not for the candy, but to show our respect and to honor the people who fought for our freedom.  She didn't stay upset more than a moment.  Most of the kids did receive a small flag to wave and they loved their token of patriotism.  Boogie loved waving it and even waved at the Firemen as they drove by.
     After we left, we went to the Maine Veteran's Memorial Cemetery to visit my grandfather's grave.  My grandfather died of cancer when I was 6 1/2.  I wish I could remember more of him, but I know that he was one of the good men.  He served in Korea and was promoted to Master Sergeant before coming home.  He was a wonderful grandfather who favored his pipe and card games, especially solitaire.  He sang a lot and I remember sitting in his lap as he sang Ten Little Indians.  My older siblings tell of how he would take 5 or 10 minute power naps with almost no warning, he'd just pass out, but I don't remember of it.
     I didn't cry at the hospital when he was leaving us, not that I can remember anyway, and I didn't cry when he passed.  My sorrow came unexpectedly one day while looking at the dollhouse that he had helped make for my sister.  It hit me that he wasn't coming back to finish it, he wasn't coming back at all.  I remember parts of his funeral services.  I remember them folding the flag, and I remember them giving the flag to my grandmother.  I remember the song they played, In the Garden.  I remembered so well where his grave was that years later as a young adult I was able to find it within a few minutes of looking, despite the immense number of graves.  And more than a decade later, I was able to find it again.  There will never be a decade between visits again.  I don't have many memories, but I do remember those things, so I know that his passing impacted me greatly.  We tend to remember those things that have the most emotional impact on us at the time.
     I was so blessed to have him in my life for the time I did.  It saddens me that he was never able to know my children.  He would have loved them so much, at least that's what my mother tells me.  He loved babies.
     So in honor of Memorial Day, we stopped in to show love and to leave our own flags that the girls brought from the parade.  I forgot my debit card at home, so I couldn't grab flowers, but the girls improvised.
     It didn't occur to me until we were home that The Big One had her hat on while we were there, I'm so used to seeing her have it on that I didn't notice it at the time.  Something tells me that Grampy would have wanted her to be herself anyway, and it in no way reflects the amount of respect that she has for soldiers of any kind who serve our country.  She wants to be in the Army herself when she grows up, just like Great Grampy.
     I hope that everyone has had a wonderful day of remembering and honoring their loved ones and hopefully some time spent together with loved ones that are still here.

28 April, 2015

Rock the Cradle: A Lullaby Tribute to Billy Idol Review


 Disclaimer: This post is a sponsored post for Jammy Jams.  I received a sample product to test in order to facilitate this review.  All opinions expressed are definitely my own.

     I was born in the 80's, late 80's actually.  As such, I'm not super familiar with the style and trends of that decade.  I mean, I know what they were, but there's not much about those years that I can really relate to.  I was more of a late 90's kid, Hanson and all that.  But if I could take just a couple things from the 80's and steal them for my own childhood, it would have been bangle bracelets, leg warmers, David Bowie, and Billy Idol.  Don't get me wrong, as far as nostalgia goes, I definitely love me some 90's pop, but seriously... Idol's pretty timeless.  How can you not love this:
     Yup!  I'll just let you gaze at that for a minute.  Take in all the awesomeness.
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      Done?  Okay, so fast forward a few decades and most of us Idol fans probably have kids or maybe even grandchildren by now.  Most Idol fans are probably at the age where kids seem to be crawling out of every corner of your life.  Nieces, nephews, grands and even honorary ones that your friends and neighbors let you claim as nieces and nephews, they're everywhere.  I know 3 people just this month who had new babies and more are coming in the next few weeks.
     My Boog is just a little over 2 years old and Baby Bee turns 5 next week, so they're both pretty young still.  Sometimes they have a hard time settling down.  I usually put on a TV show to rot their brain a little and make them fall asleep, but it rarely works.  (Joking about the rot thing... I put on educational documentaries, this week's theme... Egypt!)  It mostly serves to keep me entertained until they do pass out.  And in some cases, like last night, it will keep me so entertained that I stay up watching it until 3 and wake up way later than I should, resulting in a mad dash to the bus for my poor school kids.
     So maybe it's time to try something new.  Insert lullabies, a classic kid-settling tactic.  Better than lullabies?  Billy Idol lullabies!  Yeah, baby!  Cause what could be better than falling asleep to a twinkly version of White Wedding?  Yes, that's my favorite Idol song, mostly because of the movie The Wedding Singer.  But luckily on Jammy Jam's Rock the Cradle there are 9 more tracks to boot.  And they are all adorably awesome renditions of the original songs.  I'm actually loving Dancing with Myself best, followed by White Wedding, Rebel Yell, and Be a Lover next best.  They're stinking awesome.
     Just so you can hear for yourself that I'm not being unjustly flattering towards the album, you can hear it below.  Listen to #7, you won't regret it.  It sounds like a multidimensional version of a wind up jewelry box song and you really can't help but feel entranced by it.  I can picture it being played by one of the Baby Einstein characters on an xylophone while little cartoon sheep jump little white picket fences.  Except you can sing along in your head to the rock version while the baby floats away to sleepy sheep land.  Or if you're like me, you'll sing a totally new and bouncy version just for baby.
     Here's a track list for you to drool over:

1. White Wedding
2. Rebel Yell
3. Can’t Break Me Down
4. To Be A Lover
5. Hot In The City
6. Flesh For Fantasy
7. Dancing With Myself
8. Cradle Of Love
9. Eyes Without A Face
10. Catch My Fall

      Ok, so this is where I let you know how to get your hands on one because why wouldn't you want to?  You can get a copy of the full album on Amazon or Jammy Jams, or you can get it track by track on Google Play, or iTunes.  Also, if you enjoy other types of music, there is plenty to suit your fancy on the Jammy Jams site.  Artists like Eminem, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Ozzy are all paid honor in various tracks, along with tons more.  As I type this, I'm bobbing my head to All About That Bass in lullaby form.




     I definitely will be enjoying the lullabies with Boog and Baby Bee for quite some time to come, especially Baby Bee who can sing along to her favorite songs as she drifts off.  I recommend checking them out, they'll be sure to have whatever music you're into.

Except for the product(s) given to me for the purpose of reviewing, I received no compensation for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

27 April, 2015

Hooligan Magooligan Loves Her Pets Book Review

     For those who don't already know, it might interest you to know that Amazon offers free ebooks all the time.  These ebooks come in every category you could want.  My favorite category: kids books, for no other reason except that I don't care to read for long on a screen.  I've been introduced to this awesomeness by Amber at Become a Coupon Queen.  She posts a new list of 10 free books every day on Facebook, I definitely recommend following her.
     One of the books that she recently posted caught my eye and I thought it really sent a great message to all kids.  It's a book about loving your pets unconditionally, no matter what little annoyances they might bring to the table.  I especially love the idea of this book because of a post that I came across not too long ago listing all of the reasons that people bring their pets back to the shelter.  One of the animals was returned for being a loud snorer.  No joke, it was sad.  I don't want my kids to ever grow up and find animals as replaceable as that.  That's why Hooligan Magooligan Loves Her Pets stood out to me.
     The book is written by Louise Lintvelt.  She writes Goodnight, Sleep Tight: What a Wonderful Flight and Things You Might See Swimming Under the Sea, as well as many others.  I suggest checking out her site if you get any of her books, which has kid art project ideas and audio tracks that go along with the theme of a few of the books she has written.  This book is illustrated by Julie Sneeden, who has an impressive portfolio of beautiful illustrations on her site, and many other artworks also.  Her art makes me want to read her other books.

     The main character, Hooligan, reminds me a lot of Baby Bee, so of course I am biased in how cute I think she is.  She's got strawberry blonde hair and bright blue eyes with piggies on her head... she's pretty adorable.   She lives in England, which of course is sure to give the reader inside your head a very English accent, a little added bonus.
     While the rhyming of the book and pet names do take some getting used to, it gives a very clear message to kids that it's the cool thing to love your pets for everything they are, even if they are dirty or even almost snobby.  Hooligan loves her fat, lazy cat as much as her skinny playful night owl of a cat.  She loves her mischievous bone-hiding dog as much as her wet, muddy, water-loving dog.  And they love her for loving them.
     This book doesn't only encourage unconditional love for family members, such as pets, but it also encourages the embracing of uniqueness and individuality.
     I recommend this book to any family with young children who either have pets or are thinking about getting one.  The lesson in this book can not be understated, even if you're not an advocate for animal rights.  Everyone has less than desirable traits, but we all want to be loved, animals too.
     To get a feel for Louise Lintvelt as an author, check out this video of the book How Andrew Got His Spots, also illustrated by Julie Sneeden.  For more Louise Lintvelt or Julie Sneeden news, their Facebook links are here:   Louise   Julie


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07 May, 2014

Chalk Preschool Online Curriculum Review

This is a sponsored campaign with Mums the Word Network and Chalk Preschool . All opinions are my own.







     Baby Bee had a birthday yesterday.  She is officially a big four year old or as we like to call her, "an old lady" and she will be starting Preschool in the fall.  She is so excited, she already knows her teacher's names and is starting to learn her alphabet.  I wasn't sure the best way to teach her her letters though.
     We tried writing our letters, words, and names in the air with our fingers at night while we drifted off to sleep.  It worked pretty well and she learned to write her name, but I worried that it would lose it's appeal after a while.  Luckily I was introduced to Chalk Preschool, an online preschool with videos and printables as well as activities.  While I don't have a printer to print out any printables right now, we find that we can save the printables and use them in paint to do a lot of the fun stuff you could if it were on paper.
     Chalk Preschool allows you to have multiple children of different ages in school at the same time.  So I signed up Baby Bee, Lil Man, and for fun I signed up Streaker, even though she is in Kindergarten and a bit beyond the lessons in most cases.
     The program offers videos called Dailies which are all about months, seasons, and days of the week.  The next video category is Weather.  The site has a printable weather graph and temperature graph that you can use to track the weather with your children.  You could stick it inside a sheet protector and wipe it clean each week or print a new one each week and add them to your child's preschool folder.
     The next category is Literacy.  Here Baby Bee watched the ABC Song and videos about what vowels are, the letter of the day and word of the week.  It also allowed her to trace the letter with her hands.  Streaker enjoyed the hands on aspect that the site gives with it's lessons.  It also suggested that parents make dotted letters that the children can trace on paper.  Coincidentally we had just done that earlier while we waited for the girls to get home from school.  Baby Bee was excited to see something familiar.  It was nice for us both to get that confidence and knowledge that we are doing things right, even when we are away from the computer.
     The next set of videos is Math and Science.  With these Baby Bee learned about addition and patterns.  It offered activity ideas and hands on math lessons.  Baby Bee helped count insects and raced against time to count them all before the video shut off.  She almost beat it!  Then she followed the instructions in the hands on video and counted cereal to find out what groups of cereal will equal when added together.  She found out that 4+4 is 8 and 6+4 is 10.
     The last set of videos is art.  Baby Bee had fun working with shapes.  We used a paint program to create shapes and fill them in with color.  We made 10 different shapes like the video asked.  Baby Bee learned that a shape can be anything from a banana to a witch's hat, as long as the outline is complete and color will not seep out.  She also learned about lines and how sometimes lines may look like shapes, but really aren't.
     We also had fun checking out the Chalk Preschool Blog.  We saw lots more fun videos with wonderful activity ideas that Baby Bee got really excited about.
     We love Chalk Preschool.  We love that each day is a new set of lessons especially made for Baby Bee.  We love that we are accountable to log in each day so that we don't miss lessons, it helps us to be excited long term and to log in even on lazy days.  I definitely recommend Chalk Preschool for any parent looking for a great Preschool Curriculum, are wanting to to help their children prepare for Preschool or who's children can not attend preschool and want to prepare their children for Kindergarten at home.
     For more, check out the Chalk Preschool Newsroom to find out what's new and for more season appropriate activities (Pssst, Dads!  You know it's almost Mother's Day... right?).

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14 March, 2014

39 Day Lifescape: Become a Better You Book Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


     I adore self improvement books.  I don't often use them as they are intended, but I do love reading through them.  I especially love the ones with specific plans and exercises to help you reach your self improvement goal.
     39 Day Lifescape: Become a Better You is a book just like that.  I actually adore this book.  Here's why:
     First of all, the subject matter, who couldn't use a little improving?  Who couldn't use a lesson in being more positive and finding the best in all situations in their own life?  I know I could!  Often I will think about something I have said and think 'Gosh, that sounded a little depressing, you should think more positively'.  So the subject really speaks to me in that sense.
     Secondly, I LOVE that this book tells you about a certain area in your life that you could work on (say, collecting needless things that don't add value to your life) and then gives you actual activities that you can do to help improve yourself in that area.  Each day is a new area with new activities so you won't get bored, in fact you get excited to see what you are going to accomplish tomorrow.
     I think this book is a great tool for anyone who wishes to feel better about themselves and their life.  The book is written by Jaha Knight and is 155 pages in Kindle format.  You can find it on Amazon for $3.99.  I recommend checking it out for sure :)
    
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Bonapiel Salicylic Acid Cream Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
     I will be honest, I have had my share of acne in the past.  I've never had a huge issue with it, but it has left it's scars.  I use concealer most days to cover a few spots here and there that I am self conscious about.  It's not a huge nuisance, but I wish I didn't have to.
     Bonapiel Acne Scar Spot Cream with Silacylic Acid is made to treat acne scars with almost immediate results.
Here is a little bit about the product:

- Rose Hip : Reverses tedious stains and discoloration illuminating your skin again . The anti -inflammatory and exfoliating properties are key to remove stains effectively.
- Salicylic Acid: Helps soften and loosen the dry, scaly or thickened for easy removal or peeling skin. In a powerful agent to relieve acne by reducing swelling and redness and open clogged skin pores , allowing pimples to dry .
- Shea Butter : A popular cell regenerator, prevents the appearance of wrinkles and stretch marks, while protecting against skin aging.
In addition, Bonapiel Spot Cream is formulated with extracts of natural oils with potent antioxidant and anti-pigmentation that provide hydration, radiance and improves skin color.

     My personal experience?
     The first few days that I used it I felt no gross residue.  It was great for under my make up and it left my skin feeling nice.  After about 3 or 4 days using it, I had a break out in the same area that I was applying it.  That is unusual for me because I have not really had a breakout like that in a long time.  I have stopped using it while my breakout goes away.  Then I will try it again to see if it was the cause or if I can still use it.
     If you think you might like to try it or to read other customer reviews, you can find it on Amazon here.

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09 March, 2014

Self Confidence: How To Overcome Shyness, Worry And Boost Your Self-Esteem E-Book Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
     Throughout most of my life I have struggled with low confidence.  It affects many things and many decisions that I make each and every day.  It has affected my entire school career and my life path.  That's not to say that I don't enjoy my life.  In fact, my shyness is part of what attracted my husband to me in the first place and I wouldn't trade him for ANYTHING.  I love that I am shy, but I guess I wouldn't mind feeling a bit more confident sometimes.
     So when I had the chance to check out this book by Anastasia Verg about gaining confidence in yourself, I was pretty intrigued.  The book is called SELF CONFIDENCE: How to Overcome Shyness, Worry and Boost Your Self-Esteem and it goes through 5 different chapters about ways to help improve confidence.  The chapters are:

1. How to Overcome Shyness by Changing your Appearance.
2. How to be Confident by Using Positive Affirmations.
3. How to Overcome Insecurity Once and For All.
4. How to Stop Worrying Using the Power of Positive Thinking.
5. How to Improve Low Self-Esteem and Have Healthy Relationships.

      I have to say, the book was hard to get into for me.  I think that is because the first chapter was on changing your appearance.  And although there is a definite benefit to maybe getting a haircut or color change, or maybe painting your nails to feel refreshed, I found several of the tips in this chapter to be borderline offensive.
     It wasn't so much the tips themselves, but the reasons behind them and the accompanying explanations that bothered me.  The things like suggesting that women should polish their nails once in a while and wear contacts instead of glasses, how you shouldn't look very pale and you should try to make your skin a little brown... these things struck me as not only odd, but a little insulting.  Google will provide me with hundreds of people in all skin tones that I would consider beautiful.  I have seen very dark people and very pale people who are equally stunning to me.  So some of these suggestions did bother me and it made it hard to take the book seriously.
     After the first chapter, I did find that I liked it better.  Even so, I do think that the ideas provided, though good ones, were kind of generalized and a bit vague.
     I did like the idea of stating to yourself some kind words of affirmation in difficult situations.  For example, if I am having a rough day with the kids and I want to yell and scold my child, I believe it would be helpful to stop and say to myself "I am patient, I am loving.  I take thought in my reactions and do not respond hastily to anger."  Even if those things are not true, I do believe that they will become true if I remind myself of these things.
     My overall thoughts were that the book needs a little more on how to implement the ideas in every day life, exercises perhaps... and perhaps suggest ways on enhancing a person's natural beauty as a way of gaining confidence through accepting ourselves.  But it is an inexpensive book and a quick read.  It may help people with self-esteem issues, so it might be worth looking into.


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06 March, 2014

Happy Language Kids E-Book: Cenicienta (Cinderella) Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
     So I mentioned in my last post that I love fairy tales.  The sugar coated ones of course, not the actual stories *shudder*  And something else I love... learning.  I'm pretty sure I mentioned before about my text book collection.  Not sure why I collect them, but I do, along with encyclopedias and I adore National Geographics.  Something I have tried to learn numerous times on my own: Spanish.
     So of course when I see a fun way to learn, I jump at it, especially when it's something the kids can learn from.  In this case, e-books like Cenicienta (Cinderella) from Happy Language Kids.  It's pretty nice in and of itself, but if you go to the Happy Language Kids website, you can view an interactive book and play games to further your child's understanding of the language.
     The books have both Spanish and English words that tell the story.  The English is printed at the bottom while the Spanish can be found inside the speech bubbles.  I like this because the kids can see that they are the same sentence and they can see how the words form together in a natural story telling kind of way.
     What I like most about the site is that the stories and games are sorted by grade level so that you can choose what is best for your child.  The part I liked least I think is honestly the noses on the figures.  I have a thing about noses, I don't know...  But if that's my only con then I guess that's a good thing.
     I plan to bring my kids to this site often.  It is a great resource that is fun.  I hope they come up with more stories and games soon!
     How do you teach your children other languages? 


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04 March, 2014

Noxicare Pain Relieving Topical Cream Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
     My husband got a new job a couple weeks ago.  He has been working the 3-1 shift for a few years now and was always getting to bed at about the time I was getting up with the kids for school.  So imagine my relief and excitement when I heard that I would have help with bedtime... every night!  I think my heart almost exploded with joy.
     His hours are a blessing, my load is a million times lighter and the whole family is in such better spirits after just TWO WEEKS!  One thing that isn't feeling quite as good, The Man's back :(
     Of course I do my wifely duties and will give him a good rub when he comes home sore.  We have tried all kinds of different lotions and oils to try to find a good one that works for both of us.  Recently we started using a new lotion, it's called Noxicare.  It is a pain relieving lotion that is supposed to help with aches and pains.  It has inside of it SEVEN of the world's most potent natural pain relievers.
     I was the first to try it while my husband was off for a week between jobs.  I had a sore neck for hours one day from sleeping on it wrong, so I rubbed a little on my neck as I laid down that evening.  The first thing I noticed was that it didn't have an obnoxious, burning mint odor like Vick's or Icy Hot.  The second thing I noticed and definitely appreciated was that it didn't burn like those two either.  I didn't notice it work so much, but I fell asleep only a few minutes later before it really had time to work.  After a very short nap, the pain was gone.  I had no pain after that that would need any pain relieving, so I didn't get to test it again personally.
     But my husband, he needed a few good back rubs his first week on the job and I tried out the lotion to get his opinion on it.  He ADORES it.  And I like it too.  It is a nice smooth consistency that is easy to use for massages and he specifically asked for it the next time he asked for a rub.  He says he definitely feels a difference in the amount of pain after using it.  He likes that it doesn't feel wet and sticky like the other types we have used.
     It is definitely a big hit with him and we plan to keep it in the house from here on out.
     Thanks to Noxicare, I am able to giveaway a free Noxicare Topical Cream!  But unfortunately I am running a little behind on my blog the last week or so and there is little time for the giveaway.  So the first blog follower to have a friend follow the blog via GFC, Facebook, or Twitter will be our winner.  Just post back here with your friend's name.  If no one posts back here before midnight, a random follower via Facebook will be selected.  Good luck!

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28 February, 2014

GungHo Energy Shot Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


      I have a major problem in my day to day life with energy crashes.  Even before drinking coffee like a mad woman just to stay awake, I always have had problems in this area.  As a kid, I would come home from school and sleep until the next morning.  I won't even know that I am tired until I am waking up from dozing off.  On the computer, watching TV, sitting by the stove waiting for the water to boil, reading... it's even happened in the car!  If I am not physically moving, I will probably fall asleep.  I will just crash out of nowhere.
     Below is me pretty much every day, wide awake enjoying coffee one minute, passing out the next.  Not cool, my friends, not cool.
     Coffee has helped some, but sometimes my energy will plummet regardless.  A few times I had so much coffee just to keep me awake that I could feel my heart race.  Scary!  Especially since I have heart issues to begin with.  It really comes from absolutely nowhere, even if I feel fully awake I can suddenly find myself waking up from a sudden crash.  Now I keep caffeine pills in the van in case I need them while I am out.
     I've wondered for a while now if there was anything that I could do to keep it from happening.  I've been told that Narcolepsy is genetic and runs in my family.  While I really hope that I don't have narcolepsy, I do need to figure out a way to stay awake for myself and for my kids.  That's why when I saw the chance to try GungHo Energy Shots, I thought it would be a good fit.  It promises a healthy boost of energy without jitters or a crash.  
     According to it's website, GungHo is different than most energy drinks or shots because it targets multiple neurotransmitters instead of just the one that most products target.  It promises a smooth boost in energy followed by a gradual fall, no plummeting.
     So how did I like it?  The first day I tried it, I honestly forgot that I had even taken it.  I didn't notice a huge difference in focus, but I do recall that I didn't crash at all that day.  It was very refreshing to be able to stay awake all day.  The second time I took it I wanted to really test it, so I stopped drinking coffee for 2 days prior.  And that day I also had no crashes.  I was able to stay awake and I felt good about the day in general.  It was wonderful.  I didn't feel like I was on high doses of caffeine or anything, I just felt awake.  I did feel like I could focus better and get things done more efficiently.
     The only thing that I will say as far as a con is that the taste is not great.  You can tell that they tried to make it taste good, but it just doesn't.  But then, that's why it's an energy shot and not a drink.  Chug it fast and you will be fine  :)
     Anyone want to win a trial pack?  I've been given the opportunity to select two winners, so this contest will be SUPER easy and super quick.  Just be a blog follower to enter, then like GungHo's Facebook page and the blog's Facebook page for more entries.  Contest ends in 18 hours, that's 6pm on March 1st.  Ignore the Rafflecopter, it's drunk, the contest really does end at 6.  Good luck!

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