Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Multi-Grain Shapes Make Breakfast Fun

Disclosure: I am part of the Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Multi-Grain Shapes Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group.  The opinions on this blog are my own. Breakfast time is a busy time in our house. With 7 people getting ready, … [Read more...]


Global Developmental Delay Awearness Day

If you read my blog, you already know that my Little C is disabled. She has a diagnosis of Global Developmental Delay, which means she is delayed in 2 or more areas of her development. Little C shows signs of neurological abnormalities, but there is no other diagnosis. She is a shining little girl … [Read more...]


DIY Toy Cookie Jar

One of the things we are working on with Little C is her Fine Motor Skills. All those muscles in her hands are crucial in activities as she grows. Her Occupational Therapist suggested making a slotted jar for her to work with.  Since we have a toy cookie set, I decided that a toy cookie jar would be … [Read more...]


Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

As a mom with a disabled daughter, I am happy to do what I can to raise awareness. Before I had Little C, I was alway sympathetic to families with a disabled child, but until you live it, you really can't know.  The following post was shared with me for posting from an other blog, and I am happy to … [Read more...]


To Teach or Not To Teach Cursive

These days, the art of cursive writing is becoming a thing of the past. Many schools are questioning if they should teach children how to write in cursive, and some schools have eliminated hand writing all together. It's true, we live in a digital world. People type an email before they write a … [Read more...]