What We Read in June 2016

Lately I have been spending a lot of time on Pinterest looking for book ideas for my preschooler. When find a good list, I take it and use it to order books from our local library. I have also been reading through the books in our personal library with Little… Continue reading

Afterschooling: 2016 Reading List For The Reluctant Reader (Post #1- 2016)

First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope everyone had a fun but safe New Years. Hubby always works New Year’s Eve, so we went with friends to a local fireworks display. Then we came home and ate chips and drank pop because I want to eliminate or limit them… Continue reading

Little Z Update. Nov 2015

I can’t believe it’s almost the end of the year. Little Z is officially 3 and a half years old. So much has been going on his life. Little Z started ABA therapy at the beginning of September. It’s been a slow start getting staffing in place, but we are… Continue reading

*Video Fixed*Homemade Glenn Doman Inspired Books and Flashcards

I know it’s been awhile since my last post. I do apologize. I have been active on Instagram and Youtube. I’ve had a reader or two request I not completely switch over to Vlogging. I’ve been dying to get on here and blog, but since Little Z has decided he’s… Continue reading

NACD Update for Little Z- Second Quarter in the Program

Well I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to write about our March NACD evaluation! Yikes! The NACD is an organization that will help parents create a program plan to implement with their children to help them be the best they can be. These programs can be for children… Continue reading

Hot Housing Toddlers to Read?? Little Miss: a father, a daughter and rocket science (Book Review & Giveaway)

Toddlers that can read… That statements holds a lot of stigma. If you have taught your toddler to read, you must have pressured them with hours and hours of lessons and drills. Right? Wrong!! Nathan Meikle shared the journey of how his daughter learned how to read at the age… Continue reading