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This Morning Sam Went to Mars

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This Morning Sam Went to Marstells the story of eight-year-old Sam, who is always daydreaming about exploring space and the deepest seas, which is awesome—except when he’s supposed to be focusing on homework or in class. It seems like all he hears is, “Focus, Sam!” and “Pay attention!” The doctor says Sam is lucky: He has a very powerful brain! But he does need some help focusing. She gives Sam and his dad lots of strategies to try, like staying organized, eating better food, and asking for help when he needs it. Sam’s favorite strategy? Make time to exercise his imagination! This Morning Sam Went to Mars is written and illustrated by Nancy Carlson. Through the character of Sam, the book offers strategies to help all kids who…

Did You Pump?

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*  This is not a sponsored post.  I just know that as a mom (that tried to breastfeed and pump)  I would have loved to have had more information out there for me....

So, without further ado... Let me tell you about the Evenflo Breast Pump:

 This liquid gold (Breast Milk)  is one of nature’s purest forms of nourishment; however, the way a mom expresses her milk during pumping could affect its purity. To prevent contamination, moms are advised not to share or buy used pumps, and to avoid ‘open system’ pump where there is no barrier between the milk collection bottle and the pumping mechanism. In these open systems, breast milk can be exposed to the air and bacteria, and can actually backup into the tubing and pump – areas that are difficult to clean and can become a breeding ground for bacteria, mold and viruses. Instead, moms looking to buy a breast pump should invest in a closed-system like the high-quality, yet affordable, Advanced Double Electric Breast Pump by Evenflo. This pump fe…

First Practice of the Season W/W

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Broxton decided that he wanted to play Soccer...  So, we signed him up...  When I was growing up, all the kids did t-ball and football... soccer wasn't a typical sport...   (Not that I know of)   Anyways, now, it seems like soccer is "the" sport for little ones to play... 
I am fine with it, as it lets them run and be active, not to mention work together as a team.  
Here is Broxton ready for his first soccer practice.  


Of course, he had a blast...  What made it even more awesome was that my brother surprised him and came to watch a few minutes of his second practice... When Broxton kicked the ball in the goal, he had to look over to make sure Ashton had seen it... I thought that was so super sweet!!! Just look at this face... I love it!!!!!!!!!!


What sports are big ones for little kids where you live? 

Kung Fu Panda - The Scorpion Sting October 15th

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****  I am a Fox Insider.  This is not a sponsored post, but I do work with them in reviews.  I am not required to post this... Just wanted to share.



Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness: The Scorpion Sting Get ready for more high-kicking action and fur-flying fun in this awesome animated TV series based on the Academy Award®-Nominated hit movie Kung Fu Panda*! He may not be your typical warrior, but Po packs an arsenal of martial arts skills as big as his heart...and his stomach. Always ready to fight for what’s right, Po and the Furious Five—Tigress, Monkey, Mantis, Crane and Viper—face exotic dangers at every turn, including a pair of magic shoes with an evil “sole,” and Scorpion, one of the sharpest villains in all the land! *2008, Animated Feature Film
More than two hours of adventure including:●Scorpion's Sting●Crane On A Wire●Love Stings●Kung Shoes●Owl Be Back●Qilin Time●Monkey in the Middle
“Scorpion Maze” App (available for download on iOS and Android devices): The adventur…

Ornaments With Love "Early Bird Special"

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***  This is not a sponsored post, I just wanted to share with you all "Early Birds!"