Articles by teresak

A Christmas Craft

A Christmas Craft Every Christmas when we hang the ornaments on the tree it’s like walking down memory lane. When you have been married 36 years you’ve collected a lot or ornaments [...]

Be The Good

Be The Good Yesterday I was in a parking lot of a big discount department store and I was looking for a parking space. I’m one of those people who love to [...]

A Lesson From My Grandbaby and da Vinci

Hi folks! This week’s inspiration comes from a rare special visitor, my fifteen-month-old granddaughter Blakely Faye, and yes, Leonardo da Vinci. At our large Thanksgiving table filled with family and friends, each [...]

He Gets By With A Little Help From His Hanes

This is a product review and I have been compensated. All thoughts, opinions and smells (read to find out more) are strictly my own! Thanks for reading and visiting NanaHood.com Hanes FreshIQ [...]

Thanksgiving and The Cousins

This Thanksgiving was special for many reasons but mainly because my cousins from North Carolina and Florida came to visit. They arrived throughout the week and my house was crazy noisy, but [...]

Big News from NanaHood about My First Reading Club

This is a sponsored post but the thoughts, excitement and my opinions are strictly my own! Major Announcement: Nanahood partners with My First Reading Club to give the gift of reading. A [...]

Want Clean Air In Your Home? Get a Venta Airwasher

This is a sponsored post. I was given a Venta Airwasher to review in exchange for my honest opinion. What follows is entirely my own thoughts. When my brother and I were [...]

Catch Me the Moon-A Book Review

Disclaimer: This post is a book review and sponsored. All thoughts and opinions are very much my own. Catch Me the Moon is the sort of book I remember from my childhood. [...]

Gratitude and a Stuffing Recipe

Gratitude is something we can never have enough of and my kids feel the same way about my stuffing, or as we call it, Grandma Layne’s dressing balls. November always makes me [...]

We Teach By Example

My mother loved to teach. She taught sixth grade reading for many years, but she was my teacher for as long as she lived. She taught me many things but her best [...]

Dreams, Desires, and a Bucket List

This is a guest post by Leslie Zinberg.  Leslie is co-founder Grandparentslink.com  Leslie is a member of the GRANDparent Network. I really do not think I had a bucket list per se, [...]

Kids and Crafts

I am not a crafty person but I admire people who are. Even people like me who can’t think of their own crafts can use Pinterest and come up with ideas. Every [...]

Two Baby Dolls and Two Little Girls

This is a sponsored post and I received the product to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.  This is the story of two baby dolls and two little girls. The [...]

What Your Grandchildren Really Want This Holiday Season

This post is sponsored by Cricket Magazine. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. Here’s a gift your grandchildren will treasure all year long. As the holidays creep up on us, [...]

What Moms Want From Grandparents – Guest Post

This is a guest post by my friend Donne Davis from GaGa Sisterhood. Please check out her wonderful blog here. Donne is a proud member of the GRANDParent Network.  As I was [...]

Dog Lovers Love All-Natural Treats

I’m a nana blogger and a grandmother of 6 precious grandchildren. At this stage of my life it never occurred to me that I would be starting a new business but life [...]

Crazy Bones Cafe

This is a guest post by  Joyce Gillis…Proud Member of the GRANDParent Network! And Blogger at What Happens at Grandmas.  No rattlin’ bones about it! We’re Halloween-crazy over here and mighty proud [...]

Dress Up Your Dog

I’m hosting a Dress Up Your Dog contest and the winner gets a large bag of homemade Bellview Blueberry Bones dog treats. A friend and I make these in my kitchen and [...]

Lilly the Lash-A Character Building Book Series

This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for this review but all thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. What if there were a character-building series of books for children [...]

7 Tips to Teach Your Kids Gratitude

This is a guest post by my new friend Ivy about children and gratitude. I hope you’ll read it and give her some encouraging comments. Teaching your children to say “thank you” [...]