Hi, my name is Erin. I'm from Georgia but live in Oregon now with my family of four. I've been blessed with a daughter age 6 and 3 year old son. I have been married to my husband for seven and a half years now.

I enjoy graphic design, needling knitting,loom knitting, crochet, blogging, Photography, reading all sorts of books, crafting, exploring the great outdoors, homeschooling my children, and more!

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7500+ Heirloom Seeds – Ark Survival Gear {review}


Ark Survival Seeds is an excellent choice to use in your everyday or emergency survival garden. These seeds are 100% non GMO, open pollinated, & USA sourced. There are a 30 varieties of heirloom vegetable & herbs. The variety here is great for cooking, eating raw, flavoring, as well as using for medicinal purposes. There’s approximately 7500+ seeds all together. This group of seeds makes gardening easy by providing detailed planting and harvesting instructions on each individual packet. Seeds comes in breathable packaging that is suitable for storing long term.  Read the rest of this entry »

Lots & Lots of Trains 3 DVD Set with Free Audio CD Review + Giveaway


My 3 1/2 year old son adores trains of all kinds. When he saw these DVD’s had arrived he was super excited to sit down and watch. He watched each of these DVD’s from start to finish and hasn’t gotten bored of them in the least. Each of the DVD’s has train themed music and video footage of all sorts of different types of trains. There’s no narration or description of or about the trains seen. I believe these DVDs are best suited as background during playtime or if you need a moment or two and your child wants to immerse themselves in seeing all those awesome locomotives on the screen. My son like to have it on when working on a puzzle or playing with his own set of trains.  Read the rest of this entry »

Learning Resources In the Garden Critter Counters™ {review & giveaway}


The Learning Resources In the Garden Critter Counters™ have been wonderful addition to our homeschooling manipulative’s collection. My son age 3 and my daughter age 6 have been enjoying using these counters during school and play time. These counters are great to use as an aid for teaching about colors, sequencing, patterns building, skip counting, and much more! The set is cute, colorful, and quite kid appealing. The reason I like these counters so much is that they can be used in so many different ways especially for early math skills for children over a span of ages and grade levels. Read the rest of this entry »

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