Friday, April 13, 2018

Princess Cut Movie REVIEW

Princess Cut The Movie

Our family always enjoys a good movie, especially for our weekly Friday night movie night.  I was excited to have a chance to review the DVD of Princess Cut (True Love is Worth the Wait) by Watchman Pictures.  My husband and I always enjoy a good Christian film and with a growing teen in the house, this movie was just perfect.  This romantic drama is Dove approved for ages 12+.  There is no profanity or nudity.

My son doesn't really like to think or talk too much about subjects of relationships right now and that is ok with me.  He is just now 14 years old and he has time to grow and mature.  He knows how we feel as a family and what our goal is.  I have had good curriculum over the past couple years that I have covered with him and has opened up a lot of good discussions (albeit generally short sessions).

The general plot of the movie covers dating relationships and how a father and mother can lead and guide their child into a Godly union for marriage.  The common term of courtship is not mentioned in the movie.  Rather the movie uses and demonstrates a Godly union in a practical way.




The main character, Grace, longs for the day her knight in shining armor will woo her and place that princess cut ring on her finger.  She has been having a long distance relationship with Stewart and has an upcoming date with him where she thinks he is going to pop the question.  Instead, Stewart announces his engagement to someone else.  Grace is devasted and certain she will never find Mr. Right.

At a local coffee shop, she runs into the guy who worked at the jewelry store where she was looking at rings.  He pursues her and at first, she puts him off.  He is persistent and they pursue a relationship that she thinks is wonderful because he seems to respect her and treats her special.  The problem enters when he becomes more forceful to become much more romantically involved.  I absolutely love this part where it becomes so evident that Grace has been raised with strong convictions and her inner-self knows that somehow this relationship is just not right.  She struggles with it and ends up breaking the relationship off.

In her despair, she ends up seeking the advice of her father who had recently been convicted to be a better father to her and take up his responsibility of guarding her heart until the time that he gives her away in marriage.  Grace agrees to trust her father in helping her and guiding her in pursuing the right person for her future.  

A young doctor, Clint, moves in next door and you can imagine that the rest is history.  But of course, the story doesn't have a simple ending.  Do they pursue a relationship together?  What happens when the doctors ex-fiance shows up?  What happens when Grace's ex-boyfriend shows up?  What happens to cause the doctor to leave?  What does it mean to truly love someone?



I absolutely LOVED the way this movie demonstrated how a Godly union can happen and what it might look like.  By beginning the movie with Grace making some wrong choices it brought a lot of reality to the story.  It showed how making wrong choices that seemed right at the time will generally not have a happy ending.  The movie demonstrated to young people how waiting for that true love can indeed be worth the wait.  When we choose to follow God's design in relationships it can be a wonderful and magical story.  Grace didn't have to go looking for her Mr. Right.  God brought him to her.  Clint also had a past where he had made some wrong decisions and not allowed God to lead in his pursuit of relationships.  He was able to demonstrate how much more God had for him when he pursued Grace with quiet patience and a deep friendship first before pursuing anything romantic.  Clint also honored Grace's parents by asking for their permission to pursue a relationship with Grace.

I highly recommend Princess Cut by Watchman Pictures to any parent of a preteen or teenager.  This movie can help open up discussions of what your family might like to see how your child might pursue future relationships and ultimately marriage.



Watchman Pictures


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Princess Cut {Watchman Pictures Reviews}
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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Live in Peace


If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live 
peaceably with all men. Rom 12:18 NKJV

Do you have peace? Do you desire peace?  God calls us to live peaceably with one another.  He doesn't desire that we live in or cause strife with others.  A good rooster is worth his weight in gold. One of his jobs is to keep the peace in the flock.  When then hens get to bickering it is his job to break it up and restore the peace.

I just love our head rooster Cedric.  I am so sad that he is just so crippled due to previous injuries.  His newest injury is that he somehow lost a toe!!  Yes, he lost a toe and we have no idea what happened.  It is still fairly recent so I continue to pray he will not get an infection or suffer any complications.  We had to bring him in the house again for a few days of doctoring but he is back out with his flock and seems to be doing pretty good.

He is pictured above with one of his sons that he has managed to keep the peace with.  We have had previous experiences where we tried to keep multiple roosters and one decided to buck the plan and caused chaos for all involved.  Currently, we have Cedric with two of his sons and a little silkie rooster with all the hens and everyone seems to be keeping the peace fairly well.

It will be a sad day when we no longer have Cedric.  I have come to rely on him so heavily to keep the flock in order.  My hope is that his son that is second in command right now, Kristoff, will be able to pick up the torch of his father.  He has big feet to fill!

Remember to live in peace as much as you can. It is God's desire for you.

Peace I leave with youMy peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.  John 14:27 NKJV

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Homeschool Diploma REVIEW

Homeschool Diploma

Names are blurred out but you can see the nice quality and lettering.

Sometimes when you homeschool you wonder if your kids might be missing out on some "traditional" options that their public or private school counterparts might have access to.  I was excited to be able to participate in this review for an 8th Grade Diploma from Homeschool Diploma.  Sam is getting ready to graduate from the 8th grade and the timing was just perfect on this.



We are not going to have any big special celebration, but we wanted to at least acknowledge his graduation to the next level in his homeschool life.  We might go out to eat at a place of his choosing and then present it to him afterward.  I suppose the big celebration will come when he graduates high school!

I chose the 8th Grade Diploma and had lots of options to choose from.  I was able to choose some really nice upgrades for no additional charge (the extras do normally cost extra).  The diploma we received looked just like my high school diploma!  It came with a really nice padded, hard backed cover with very nice lettering that I had chosen and upgraded to include our homeschool name and his name on the front.  You can even have your own customized logo or crest printed on the front!  The diploma paper is a very nice heavy cardstock quality paper.



The seal I choose was "Soli Deo Gloria," to God alone be the glory.  Some other options I was able to choose were the selection of a bible verse and parchment instead of plain cream paper.  I could have also chosen to have an honors seal if he had earned that.  There are some wording choices you can make along the way.  For example, I chose "from the Eighth grade level" instead of "from the Junior High School department."

I like that it came with the following notice that let me know if we were to mess this one up somehow while preparing signatures, we could order a replacement.


The ordering process for the diploma was easy and there were a lot of nice upgrade options to choose from.  If you are in need of a High School diploma, you have the option to choose a Standard, Personalized, Gilded, or Vintage diploma.  The Gilded option has 23-karat gold illumination to decorate the seal and first letter of the school name.  Additional letters can be illuminated for an additional charge.  The Vintage style diploma option is printed in raised ink.With the Standard Diploma, you can still choose from 3 different embossed seals.  For our 8th Grade Diploma I was able to add the scripture that I wanted.  It also allowed me to choose either embossed or engraved seals (I chose embossed).  The signature lines on my option were customizable.  I chose "Principal" and "Instructor."  

If you have an upcoming high school graduate you should check out their Standard Diploma. It is not too late, shipping is fast and if you are in a real hurry they can also rush it to you overnight for an additional fee.

High School Diploma with 7


Homeschool Diploma can be your one stop shop for all things graduation.  If you just need diploma covers they have that. You can also order caps and gowns, graduation announcements, and class rings from them.  They have options for Kindergarten, 8th grade , and High School graduations.  As I stated before, the ordering process is very easy and they walk you through each step and allow you to choose your options and upgrades available at each step.


Eighth Grade or Junior High School Diploma with 7

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I was very pleased with the 8th Grade Diploma we received and definitely plan to use their services when high school graduation comes around.  I would recommend Homeschool Diploma if you plan to celebrate your child's academic accomplishments.

Be sure to check out the other reviews that will include more information on the Kindergarten, 8th grade, and High School diplomas.


Kindergarten Graduation and Junior High Diploma for your Homeschool  {Homeschool Diploma Reviews}
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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Katerina Does It Again!



Sorry for the gruesome picture, but if you own a homestead then you most likely have had to deal with these creatures.  We have active access to 4 of our 5 acres and there is at least a 2-acre plot of farmland right next door to us that is farmed every year.  We have mice.  There is just no getting around it with farmland.  A good mouser can be worth their weight in gold.

About 2 years ago or so we had an adorable stray kitty adopt us.  Notices to our neighbors turned up no one to claim her so we just kept her and she has stayed around ever since.  She is the sweetest and best mouser.  She really takes the moles out too!!

Sorry, that's all she left of it!

I really could do without her leaving these "presents" on my back deck where she lives but I'm still grateful she helps to keep the population down.  Especially those pesky moles that just tear the yard up!!  Do you get any nice "presents" left for you?  What is the strangest thing your pets have brought to you?


Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Treat Time!


This is what I see as I approach the coop area in the afternoons.  It's treat time and boy do they know it!  They hear the back door open and they come running.  It is always comical to me even after 4 years of silly chickens.

It's important that you don't give them more than 10% of their feed in treats in order to not take place of necessary nutrients they get from their balanced feed.  No, my chickens aren't spoiled, at all, LOL.

We currently have 7 roosters and 35 laying hens in 3 different pens.  Yes, I have too many roosters but so far all is good.  Cedric, our main man is in the main pen with his two sons and a silkie rooster.  One of Cedric's other sons is in an adjacent pen with some hens and our other silkie rooster and Easter Egger rooster are in a 3rd pen with more hens.  Yeah, chicken math has certainly taken over.

Hope your day is blessed.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Home School in the Woods À La Carte REVIEW

Home School in the Woods  Á La Carte products
Home School in the Woods  Á La Carte products
Do you have artsy kids or kids that just like to have fun with hands-on activities for homeschool learning?  Home School in the Woods has wonderful products that will meet these desires.  If you don't want to purchase an entire project or just want to sample some of their products then take a look at their À La Carte products.  Some are stand alone products and others are part of a larger package deal.  I love that you can try a sample without purchasing the entire package deal.  Also, sometimes we just need to use a part of one and don't need any of the extras.

I chose two of their products that included The Art of Quilling and Name That State! File Folder Game.  I had honestly never heard of quilling before but after I looked at it I thought it might be a perfect fit for my artsy 8th-grade son who just loves to create.  The state game was a no-brainer for me since I wanted to introduce my K5 daughter to the states and the 8th grader can always use a review!
Home School in the Woods  Á La Carte products
Name That State! File Folder Game

I was sadly disappointed when my son said he WAS NOT going to do the quilling, said he was NOT interested at all.  Well, once I started to print and prepare for the project guess what? He was intrigued and before it was all over he ended up really liking it and wants to do more!

Home School in the Woods  Á La Carte products
The Art of Quilling

The Name That State! File Folder Game took some time to set up, but once done, it produced a nice reusable, fun game that can be easily adapted to provide more of a challenge as things get easy. I love File Folder Games because they are just that, created on a file folder that fits neatly away in your filing cabinet when you are done!  It was an easy PDF download.  The document provided all the instructions I needed to create the game and included 3 versions of the states map and the necessary game cards.  You can print the states map with it all blank (no states or abbreviations listed), with the full state name, or just the state abbreviations.  I printed the full state name so that little bug could play with big brother and learn her states too!


PDF download showing 2 versions of states map

I really like that the document contained two versions of masters.  One for if you don't have a duplex printer and need to manually duplex and another for duplexing if you have a printer that does duplex.  I REALLY like this since I have a duplexing printer and it is such a pain when documents are not set up for duplexing.


Finished game (forgot to show the hole punch game pieces)
This is a FILE FOLDER game so you, of course, need a file folder, preferably colored just for fun.  I printed out my choice of the states map (the one with the full state name), colored the map and then laminated it.  I love to laminate things that are going to be used over and over so they last over time. I followed the instructions on how to glue it to the folder.  Then I printed out the game cards on colored paper and laminated them before cutting them out.  Finally we just paper hole punched out a bunch of dots to use as playing pieces.  I store all the loose game board pieces in plastic sandwich zipped bags.


Little Bug and big brother practicing the states

To set the game up you just open the folder, place the game cards state side up in the designated place on the game board and give a stack of colored hole punch pieces to each player.  The first person draws a card and tries to name the state.  If they get the answer right, they place one of their game pieces (hole punch) on that state.  The person with the most game pieces on the board when the game is over of course wins.  I love that this game can be adapted and used from the simplest to a more complex challenge.  With the states full name listed you can simply play as I stated with just guessing the state.  The game cards also have the capital, rank (what place they are in becoming a state i.e. 2nd, 3rd, etc), year entered the union, and what region (central, midwest, etc). There are even blanks on each card for you to fill more in like state bird or flower, etc.  You can have them guess any of the other answers for more of a challenge and chance to put more game pieces on the board.

Back of game card with answers and blanks
Each game card has a compass rose that shows the player which direction is North.  This is helpful if they are trying to guess the state but might have the game card in the wrong orientation which can make guessing more difficult.  With the game card facing the correct direction, the player can more easily see which state it is or have an easier time matching it with the states map game board.  I am counting on this to help teach my K5 daughter to learn her states.  She is great at matching and if she can match the shape, she will learn.



PDF download of instructions

The Art of Quilling was also a simple PDF download.  All the instructions were included and it even told us how we could make our own homemade quilling tool (which we did!).  One free template was also included.  We chose to cut our own paper strips.  It is such a simple and fun craft activity.  The challenge is learning to adjust your coils and shape them as needed.

We used a paper cutter to get even, straight 1/4" strips

We chose 5 colors for this project


Learning about the different ways to shape the coils

Basically, you use a quilling tool (to coil the paper), cut paper strips (can be easily purchased at craft store), something to adhere your creation to (paper, cardstock, wood, cork, whatever base you want), and some glue to adhere the coils and paper with.  We tried both white school glue and a hot glue gun which both dry clear (necessary for this craft).  We preferred the white school glue for neatness and ease of use.

Work in progress

Finished project (using free template included)

If you look on the internet the creations are endless with what you can create.  We will definitely be doing more of this and thank Home School in the Woods for introducing us to this really fun activity.

Custom freestyle Venus Flytrap design my son created
(he really does enjoy doing this!)

If you like Charlotte Mason based hands-on activities you really need to check Home School in the Woods out.  We love Home School in the Woods and recommend that you take the time to see what they have to offer.  In the past, I have also reviewed HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study: Middle Ages and The New Testament Activity-Pak.  A couple of the other À La Carte projects that look really interesting are The Passover Seder Game (especially with Easter coming up) and The Lewis & Clark Expedition Lap Book Project.


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À La Carte Projects - Individual projects designed to enhance your studies! {Home School in the Woods Reviews}
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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Terrific Tuesday Encouragement




To You, O Lord, I lift up my soul.  O my God, I trust in You; Let me not be ashamed; Let not my enemies triumph over me. Psalms 25:1-2 NKJV

Do you ever feel downcast or dismayed?  Look up.  Look to the Lord for He is our salvation and our redemption.  He will go to battle for you if you just give it to him.  Trust Him.  Lean on and rely on Him to fight your enemies for you and bring you through your trials and tribulations victoriously.  Rest in His arms today.

I pray peace and joy would fill your heart today.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

NatureGlo's eScience REVIEW

MathArt Online


Have you ever heard of the Fibonacci number sequence?  I had heard of it but didn't remember what it was.  I was excited to be able to participate in our next review for the MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle from NatureGlo's eScience.  Gloria Brooks is the creator and teacher of her online, partly Charlotte Mason-based, curriculum.  She incorporates several subjects into her teachings (unit study approach) with lots of hands-on and interactive activities.  She holds a bachelor's degree in K-12 education and has a real passion for the subject matter in her teaching.  The basis of the classes are general and there is no Creation or Evolution specific teachings (just not mentioned at all in her lessons).

Sample page from Intro Lesson
Another sample page from Intro Lesson

I was given access to her online 4-Class Bundle for one year.  Each class is divided into 6 weeks (one lesson per week).  They all follow pretty much the same schedule.  Basically, you have links to a copy of the PDF slideshow of the lesson, the study guide, lap book pages (for some, not all lessons), and any other necessary supplements needed for the class.

Slideshow PDF printable of lesson
PDF printable study guide with answer key
Each class has access to the video lessons (usually broken down into 2 or more short, 3-12 minute--sometimes longer, videos per lesson).  The lessons are recorded versions of the live class.  I did not participate in any live classes.  We liked that we could go at our own pace if necessary.  On the right side of each lesson page is the overview of what comes next in the class.  As you progress through the lesson the individual tasks are crossed off as you mark them as completed (you can always go back and unmark them as completed if necessary).  Each lesson can be simple or very complex.  She has offered links to SO MANY extra research and activity topics you could easily spend 2 weeks on a lesson if you really dug deep.  I also like that you can't skip ahead but have to complete the lessons in order to progress (I have one that likes to jump around a lot).

Dashboard showing your courses
Sample of completed lessons

Sample of lesson page with downloadable files and lesson progress on the right

I can't stress enough that there are SO MANY things to learn, follow and research while going through this study.  She has links to other resources, online activities (I like the quizlet games that test your knowledge on what was just covered) and other videos. Like I mentioned before, you could easily spend 2 weeks on a lesson if you really wanted to dig in deep.  We have kept it light and just cover one a week.  The extra activities really give the kids a good hands-on real-life experience with the subject matter.

Cookie activity from Lesson 3 (screenshot from lesson)

We chose to first study Math Connections with the Real World. The six lessons included in this study are:
  • Introduction & History of the Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Numbers
  • The Golden Number & Fibonacci in Art, Architecture, and Nature
  • The Fibonacci Numbers in Nature
  • The History & the Golden Ratio of the Great Pyramid
  • Phi & Quasicrystals
  • The Mathematics of Music
We are currently in the last lesson.  I have so enjoyed that we have covered art, math, history, language arts and science in these lessons.  I have really enjoyed the history part.  I keep saying I.  What about the kiddos.  Well, they have not enjoyed this so much.  We got into the first lesson and I lost them.  I have artsy kids and they just don't get into this math/history stuff (even with the extra activities--bad attitude).  They REALLY don't like language arts.  Well, ya still gotta learn!  I agree with them that the videos can be a little annoying since they incorporate the live class which has a lot of delays due to dialogue and kids trying to mark up the pages as asked.  No problem though, just use the printable PDF slide show and you are good to go.

The course is recommended for ages 10 and up.  I feel that unless a child is really math oriented and a go-getter they might not find a lot of interest in this material.  If you can get them going on the activities I think that would peak their interest.  For my 8th grader, I think he would do much better on this in a year or two and use as high school credit and go deeper into each lesson.

This wasn't a good fit for my kiddos but as I stated, I have really enjoyed the subject and all the research that went into creating this study.  I peeked at the other classes and I will definitely be at least going over them with my bundles of joy, LOL.  There is just a lot of good information that gives them a practical life application on how math and science work in our world.

The other three classes are as follows with their included lessons:

MathArt in Ancient Cultures
  • Ancient Babylonians & the Plimpton 322
  • Ancient Greek Math & the Platonic Solids
  • Pythagoras & the Music of the Spheres
  • Ancient India's MathArt: Rangoli, Mandalas, & the Story of 1-9 & 0
  • Zellige Moroccan Tiles & Other Tessellations
  • Maya MathArt
MathArt in the Arts & Sciences
  • Main Lesson Downloads & Videos with NatureGlo (Great Artists, History/Literature Connection Dante, How to do One-Point Perspective)
  • Australian Aboriginal MathArt
  • Celtic MathArt
  • Introduction to Patterns in Nature
  • Fractals in Nature & Technology Part I
  • Fractals in Nature & Technology Part II
 MathArt Patterns in Nature
  • Patterns in Nature: Circular Patterns
  • Patterns in Nature: Animal Coat Patterns
  • The Geometrics of the Universe
  • Patterns in Nature: The Hexagon
  • Logarithmic Beauty of the Chambered Nautilus Part I
  • Logarithmic Beauty of the Chambered Nautilus Part II
All in all, I would still recommend the MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle.  If money is an issue then you have the option for payments or to just purchase one or more of the units individually (you, of course, get a discount for the whole bundle plus if paid in one lump sum).  She does have a refund policy so check it out and decide what is best for you.  I think you would really enjoy this fascinating subject and how math and science are just woven into the world around us.  She also has other classes available in addition to what is available in the bundle.

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MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle {NatureGlo's eScience Reviews}
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Parenting Made Practical REVIEW



Dating and Courtship can be a controversial topic, but I was more than happy to be able to take a peek at Dating, Courting & Choosing a Mate . . . What Works? by Parenting Made Practical.  I was so happy that it was biblically based and really what I needed at this time in my child's life.  I received the DVD teaching and the accompanying workbook.

There are always so many questions surrounding dating and courtship.  I was introduced to the courtship model many years ago and have wished it for my children.  However, like the DVD teaching states, what exactly does that mean?  What exactly is courting and what should it look like?  The DVD has two sessions on it. Session 1 is Developing Your Dating Philosophy and it runs 50 minutes.  Session 2 is How to Make It Work and it runs 58 minutes.  I was unable to watch the DVD on my laptop (mine's pretty old) but it ran just fine in the DVD player.


parenting made practical

The DVD is recommended for parents of children ages 9 and up.  Joey and Carla believe that parents should be prepared to train their children as early as 4th and 5th grade to navigate the field of relationships.  I know we often don't want to think about it that early, but our kids do.  At that age they are hardly mature enough to make sound decisions in the area of relationships.

In Session 1 the Links have some very interesting, and I feel sound, advice in the area of relationships.  They define what they feel the courtship model is and why it is flawed.  I have heard many versions of courtship so I think the way they define it is one way and based on that they suggest an interesting model of dating based on biblical principles that take into account 4 areas.  The 4 areas they discuss include mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of relationships.  They define and compare the difference between Cultural and Courtship Dating.  Their model shows how they are both out of balance and show a new perspective of balance in Friendship Dating.

Joey and Carla also discuss the 4 levels of relationships that lead to marriage.  These 4 levels include Potential, Possible, Probable, and Proposal. Each level includes each of the 4 areas of relationship and the depth of the relationship increases as your child and potential mate move through the 4 levels.  Of course, if things seem incompatible in the beginning it never progresses past the first level.  I also like how they stress that the plan is initiated by the couple rather than being dictated by the parents.  They explain very well that if you have an open, trusting relationship with your child that they will have the skills you trained them with (possibly with the teachings from this DVD) to make wise, God-honoring decisions in their relationship plan.  Another plus is that they stress that each "plan" is unique and customized to the couple and their personalities.  No plans will really ever look alike since there are so many variables within each relationship.

In Session 2 they go into MUCH more detail on how the model works.  They look at each of the four areas (mental, physical, spiritual, and  social) and discuss:
  • Goals
  • What Can Parents Do?
  • Suggestions for each of the four levels
    • Potential
    • Possible
    • Probable
    • Proposal
There is a lot of information in this session. They also discuss:
  • How Teens/Young Adults Know They are Attracted to Someone Enough to Date Him/Her
  • How Far Is Too Far?
  • How do you know when your young adult is ready to start a Friendship Dating Relationship?
  • How to Implement This Teaching
  • Why Do We Call this Friendship Dating?
The accompanying workbook follows both sessions of the DVD and has fill-in-the-blanks as you follow along.  There were a couple of discrepancies where the workbook did not match the DVD (omissions and a couple of typos) but all in all, it was very helpful and nice to have in writing to refer to and study.  There are also suggested books in each area for further research and reading.  Testimonies are also included at the end of the workbook.

I personally would recommend Dating, Courting & Choosing a Mate . . . What Works?  Especially if you are already sold on the courtship model.  I really appreciate the scripture references throughout the teaching.  If you are even questioning how you are going to navigate dating and relationships with your children this is a very sound and informative option to consider.

I really like Joey and Carla's philosophy and I am interested in checking out more of their products.  Two others I would like to check out that the Crew is also reviewing are Taming the Lecture Bug and Getting Your Kids to Think and Why Can't I Get My Kids to Behave?

You can connect with Parenting Made Practical on FACEBOOK, TWITTER, and PINTEREST.

Be sure to stop by and check out the other reviews on this product and several of their other products that the Crew had the opportunity to review.


Parenting Made Practical {Reviews}
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