Monday, August 31, 2009

When You Are Having One of Those Days

Ya know those days when you feel like you just have to fight the world? Nothing seems to be going right, and everything is an up hill battle. Our kids have that feeling sometimes too and just don’t know how to handle the emotion.

When children are having a bad day they often don’t know how to deal with it. They get frustrated and sometimes mad. Why not help them divert that energy with exercise. Get them a punching bag and some gloves an teach them how to release their stressful emotions through exercise.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Are You Crabby?

Sorry this item has been sold out.

Check out this little crab. Isn’t he the cutest thing?
If this doesn’t put a smile on your face check out the
rest of our costumes.
Hopefully you will soon be grinning from ear to ear.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Zebra Print Girl Clothes

Can you visualize how adorable this will be on your little one?

If your little girl loves ruffles and twirly stuff she will love these.
  • Zebra print Capri sets with different colors
  • Boutique tee and hot pink twirly skirts
  • Zebra print swing coat
  • Choose your own colors for a hat
  • Zebra Print Bolero Jacket

Do you think she would have fun dressing up all cozy in one of these zebra print swing coats? How about you Mom’s, Aunt’s, and Grandma’s, (Let me know who I left out here.), how would you like a Zebra Coat to match your little twirly girl?

Thursday, August 20, 2009

How Dangerous Are Power Cords?

How dangerous are the adaptor cords you plug in for things like a Nintendo DS, Computer, etc. that you leave plugged into the wall and don't have the unit plugged into it?
These seems dangerous to me, but it seems to be the norm around our house. How powerful are these?

My granddaughter is two and puts everything she can get her hands on in her mouth. Ya think this is why some of her hair is curly and some of it is straight? *S* It appears logical to me that if I put my tongue on the open end of this electrical cord I would get some kind of jolt. I'm a little nuts, but I'm not going to do this on purpose.

When my daughter was about two or three she brought me a screwdriver and told me that it bit her. I looked at it and there was a corner missing off the bottom part of the screwdriver that was now black. I asked her to show me where she was when it bit her and she took me to an electrical outlet. How scary is that?

Actually this wasn't quite as scary as when my son was two and plugged a soldering iron into the outlet then stuck it in his mouth. It hadn't had time to get extremly hot, but of course he screamed. All I could think of were his eyes. It could have been his eyes.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Spare Time With Your Baby

A young mother just quit her job and has no idea what to do with her spare time. She feel all she does now is sit around in her pajamas and watch the Disney channel.

This was my idea. Anybody else have any other ideas?

Why not teach her the alphabet or her shapes, colors, and numbers. My granddaughter is 2 and she can count to 30. She knows what a circle, star, square, rectangle, triangle, oval, & diamond are. She can recite her alphabet and can identify her letters out of sequence. The thing she is having trouble with is her colors. I seems to me that that should be one of the easiest things, but it's not for her. I've taught her most of this at nap and bedtime with a Fisher Price magnetic writing board. She thinks it's a game, and loves having my undivided attention.