Barnes and Noble (B&N) has a great summer reading program where you child can read and record 8 books and get one from the B&N recommended list for free. Click here to learn more.
Reading is a great way to keep the learning process going all summer long in between the family vacations to the beach and barbecues :)! What I love about the B&N Reading program is that your child chooses the 8 books that he/she wishes to read. I’m not a huge fan of preselected books, so this is perfect for the reading needs of my little ones.
Have you read a good book lately? Will you be participating in the Barnes and Noble reading program?
I’m back! After a 19 month hiatus, I’ve decided to resurrect the Mommy Wisdom Circle (MWC). How do I know it’s been 19 months exactly? Well, when my daughter was born, I wore an invisible Super Mom cape. I thought I could do it all. When she was two months, I launched this site with such big plans. Well, in between those big plans in my head, many things in my life were moving along. For starters, kindergarten happened, followed by first grade (which recently ended. Hello, Summer!) for my son, along with a boatload of enrichment activities (chess, soccer, tennis, his business < – yes, my child started a business, I will be sharing more soon). As for my daughter, she’s now 21 months old and full of life and ENERGY! I chase her everywhere (still don’t understand why I’m battling baby weight gain – I’m mentally digressing here). She’s in a new early learning center and has a social calendar of play dates with classmates and birthday parties and so much more. I say all of this to say that I’ve been busy.
Now that my life is coming together better in terms of children on early sleeping schedules and I’ve found the time to carve out some “Me” time within the 24 hours allotted per day, I can assume the role of updating happenings in my world and planning events for the Mommy Wisdom Circle. My plan is to post weekly and coordinate an event once every three months.
So, what’s been happening in your world? It’s been 19 months, what have I missed?