A big 'ol drum roll, please . . . (I could never do that roll your tongue thing but we'll pretend like I am right now)
My Bible Quiet Book has finally made its debut online! This book was a fun one to see come together and has been in the works for months. It has alot of blood, sweat, tears, and sleepless nights in it so we thank you for respecting the copyright :) I hope you love it!
My Bible Quiet Book is the ideal platform to teach your child stories from the Bible in an interactive and age appropriate manner. This beautifully detailed embroidered cloth quiet book showcases stories such as Noah, Moses, Joseph, and teachings of Jesus--while teaching snapping, buttoning, zipping, weaving, spacial relations and more. This ten page cloth activity book is sure to be a favorite in your home.
Order now and avoid the holiday rush--I love saying that--it's so cliche, but true!
Now for other important topics--are your kids ready for halloween?
We've got a doggie (complete with child who eats off floor), a dinosaur (complete with child who stomps so loud that I'm waiting for the floor boards to give way) and a Pink (whatever that entails) all ready to go. But honestly, my munchkins get a little freaked out by the whole experience.
We have a usually really nice man in our neighborhood who presumably uses halloween as an outlet for penned up hostilities. He's a contractor by trade and can run the 50 yard dash on those dry wall stilts. That part in and of itself is indeed impressive, however not when he's dressed in a black cape with a florescent orange skeleton mask wreaking havoc with the neighborhood wee ones. He takes great glee in terrorizing the trick-or-treaters and has been known to chase kids and even cars down the street. My darlings are already staging a trick-or-treat strike (they have to go or else I don't get enough Snickers) because of him and I can't blame them. It "really freaks me out" (to quote my son) a bit too! We really do like this guy but I'm tempted to politely ask him to keep his distance. I wonder if I can pull that one off and still remain neighborly?