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Tween Talk, Episode 2 – How to Make Fluffy Homemade Slime

Making homemade slime is one of the craziest trends happening right now, and Martha is here with another Tween Talk to show us all how to make it! Her “recipe” is for [...]

Fashion Friday, Episode 1 – Press on Nails

Martha is back with a new series that we’ll plan to share most every Friday… called Fashion Friday! She LOVES everything Fashion, and she can’t wait to share with you the most [...]

A Mother’s Day Tribute Video, Recipes and Craft

We have another video and post from Martha, our ten year old vlogger. She talked about her Grandma, Mema and Mom in today’s Mother’s Day Tribute video. Check it out below: Recipes [...]

All About Squishies – Tween Talk Episode 1

Have you heard of Squishies? If you have a child or grandchild between the ages of 6 and 12, it’s likely that you have! We are introducing a new series of fun [...]

February 9th is National Pizza Day!

I’m not sure if you know it or not, but today is a very important day! It’s NATIONAL PIZZA DAY! (Yes, that’s in all caps – just want to make sure you [...]

Nanas in the News

It’s time for a round-up of Nanas in the News! Check out the links below for articles and videos about fun, silly, and inspiring Nanas and Grandmas in the News! I like her [...]

Christmas Coloring Pages

I wrote about Adult Coloring Books in October, but was thinking just last night that I needed to look for some Christmas Coloring Pages. For me! I mean, my kids can color these [...]

Free Thanksgiving Place Card Printables

Thanksgiving Place Card Printables If you’re like me, you’re scrambling around this week, purchasing food for the big Thanksgiving day, pre-baking pies, thinking about table centerpieces and napkins, cleaning bathrooms and dining [...]

A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving?

Earlier this year, my middle son was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, including wheat, and we are trying to figure out how to make sure he can still enjoy our holiday food [...]

Top 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy Hearing Aids Online

This post sponsored by Hear.com. It is true that the Internet is the go-to place for the best deals on almost anything you can think of. However, there are some things you [...]

Adult Coloring Pages – Have You Tried This?

I’m sure you’ve seen one of the latest trends in crafting/relaxing/re-claiming our childhoods… adult coloring pages. Yes, that is actual get-your-crayons out and relax by coloring. You can find thousands of free [...]

FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project for Halloween

Have you heard about the Teal Pumpkin Project? The “FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project helps make sure all children will come home on Halloween night with something they can enjoy. It just takes [...]

The Holidays are Coming!

Guest post by Char Huskins Last week, I saw a very scary graphic on Facebook. Here it is: Now, not to scare you or anything, but it’s been over a week since this was [...]

Traveling Traditions

Guest Post by Char Huskins When you read this, I’ll be somewhere between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean, enjoying a 15 day cruise with my mother. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience, [...]

National Whatever Day

Whatever day it is today, you can bet it’s a day to celebrate something! Guest post by Char Huskins My 9 year old daughter is a planner.. and a “special memories” kind [...]

Kid’s Food Allergies-What You Should Know

Did you know that 1 in 13 children in the United States have food allergies? Guest Post by Char Huskins I am a “Food Allergy Mom”, with two of my three children having [...]

How hearing aids can save your pet’s life

The hearing aid provider, hear.com, recently received a heartwarming letter from a woman who purchased hearing aids for the first time and experienced more than just better hearing. After three weeks of wearing her [...]

Kids in the Kitchen

Guest Post by Char Huskins Do you get your grand kids in the kitchen with you?  Teresa has talked often about her granddaughter in the kitchen, and I love reading those posts! I [...]

Quick and Easy Things to Say to Encourage Others

Guest Post by Char Huskins Since writing about my grandmother’s stories the other day, I have been thinking about them even more than usual. They were both 5 feet 2 inches tall, but [...]

Your Life Story Is Important!

Guest Post by Char Huskins About fifteen years ago, I had the opportunity to spend a week with each of my grandmothers to get their life story, and I took along a tape recorder [...]