Mom and Me: An Art Journal to Share By: Lacy Mucklow and Bethany Robertson is a great way for those that enjoy drawing to connect together. This book is designed for a mother and child to express their feelings through art side by side. Ages six through 15 seems to be the best fit, in my opinion.
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Play with your food in this fruit flipping game!
Fast flip is a fast-paced matching race that develops high level visual processing skills while you quickly spot and count different fruits on the cards. Our special formula ensures that there is always only one solution between cards, creating a fun and addicting game for all. Play with the cards alone or mix up your game with included tokens for more exciting and exhilarating fun.
While on vacation in Astoria, Oregon during the month of July we visited The Goonies House! We let the kids watch this popular 1980’s flick beforehand so they could experience a part of their parents child hood!
A few of these photos for taken when my family and I went for a day during Easter weekend to the beach. We hadn’t been to the beach in over two years so it was really nice to get back! The weather was perfect and better than we expected for on April day (usually it does nothing but rain here in Oregon during this month)! Enjoy the pictures! I plan on sharing more from our trip soon!
Time Together, Time Well Spent! by author Casey Rislov is a sweet storybook that encourages doing things with those that you love. It’s the perfect pick for family reading times together to stay connected and grow closer into each others life.
In this story, we meet a family of four bears. There’s a Mama, a Papa, a Brother, and a Sister. The young bears appear to be around the recommended age for this book which would be somewhere between four to eight years old. In the story we learn about this family through the activities they enjoy doing together such as playing games, watching movies, dancing, reading books, spending time outdoors, building forts, and so on.