Great blog! I'm always needing fitness inspiration.
Very funny! I loved your post "This is how you move like a champ". I can totally relate, except I only have ONE kiddo!
Hi - I'm new to mombloggers so still finding my way around. Here is my link: http://nappykidshaircare.com
I love that you blog about books for kiddos! I'm always looking for new books for my little one.
Thank you, Ashley! I love your blog as well. That growth chart is super cute!
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My blog is http://time2refuel.wordpress.com hope you like it. Now I'm off to check out all these new blogs you've all posted. :)
I love that the first post I saw had xanax and children in the title :) I've followed you just because of that and my kids are not quite teenagers yet, so I'll have a little time to learn what's to come.
Very nice blog.
I love diy although I'm not very good at it. I started to try to build a desk for my 7 year old then the weather together, with some shaky connections on the legs and top got me discouraged from completing the project. I will follow you just to see if I can get reinspired to try again :)
I attached some pictures for your enjoyment I hope of my attempts :)
The table is the unfinished project that didn't turn out like I hoped. The other two I made the end tables and head board in my daughters room and the bench in mine.
Do you have a recommendation for chapter books for a 7 year old boy. My son is trying to read diary of a wimpy kid but he's also trying to improve fluency and I think something a little younger would help him improve on fluency.
Thanks for responding.
I would recommend these books: The Twits, George's Marvelous Medicine and the Fantastic Mr. Fox all written by Roald Dahl. These are shorter story chapter books he may enjoy. He might also like Gangsta Granny or Billionaire Boy by David Walliams or the How to Train Your Dragon series.
If you're interested in African-American books for boys you might want to look into:
1. The Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs Clubhouse Mysteries books by Sharon Draper
2. The Julian (and Huey, and Gloria) books by Ann Cameron
I hope this helps!