I’m sure by now you’ve heard about the success of the first Wreck-It Ralph movie. Well, if you are a Ralph fan then I’ve got a surprise that is going to delight you and tickle your fan merchandise fantasy! I’ve teamed up with my favorite Disney bloggers for an internet breaking giveaway of epic proportions. Together we are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a ginormous gift pack of Wreck-It Ralph merchandise in the Ralph Breaks The Internet giveaway happening right here.
What is one thing that your family does weekly, together? Ours hosts a game night on Thursday! It’s a tradition we’ve carried on since Jason was tween. The girls love when it’s their turn to pick out a board game for game night. Little do they know that after they head off to bed, it’s the tweens and young adults turn. And then there’s Mama’s Night In aka adult-only board game night.
Learning is fundamental. I’m a strong believer that every student, given the opportunity to learn, can excel. For some, it takes more practice, but practice never hurt anyone. Besides their regular school and homework, the girls use workbooks to practice. This way I am able to see where they are, and where they need more help. Enter for your chance to win the Reading Eggs and Math Seeds Learning Workbook giveaway. This post contains an affiliate link.
Thanks, Little Simon for sending me these books to check out! The My First Little Simon Board Books Home Library is a great addition to any child’s book collection. This post contains an affiliate link. When you make a purchase using the links below, I may earn me a small commission at no extra charge to you.
When I had my baby shower for Em, I requested books to start her library in place of greeting cards.
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I’ll never forget the first time you picked up a baseball bat, you were 3, they were teenagers. You walked right up to them in the middle of their pick up game and asked if you could play. Your confidence was ten times bigger than you were and you showed it.