Preschoolers and Peace {a Crew Review}

When we began homeschooling, I was pregnant with my now three year old. So for the first year it was pretty much just me teaching the two older children. Fast forward three and a half years and we have a three year old, two year old and a three week old. Getting through a school day is much harder these days, so when I was given the opportunity to review the e-book, Preschoolers and Peace: … Read more…

Fall Craft Ideas for Littles {Preschoolers and Toddlers}

It’s officially Fall, my favorite season! I love all things about Fall… pumpkin everything, changing leaves, cooler days (open windows, yay!), apples and nutmeg in everything! In celebration of the first day of Fall, I’ve found a few Fall craft ideas for my little ones to do.. with supervision of course. 🙂 First and foremost.. I LOVE this Turkey Table Runner from Those Alaskan Girls. If we made one each year, eventually we could put all the … Read more…

Under Drake’s Flag {a Schoolhouse Crew Review}

Pirates, shipwrecks and sea-faring adventure OH MY!! UnderDrake’s Flag is the audio drama to have if there are boys of any age in your family. The swashbuckling adventure is nonstop! Heirloom Audio Productions has without a doubt released one of the most realistic, movie-quality audio theatre adventures I have ever heard. Designed with an audience of six year olds to adults in mind, the 2-disc set will entertain those of almost any age! From the … Read more…

Super Quick Fruit Salsa

  Being pregnant, I crave cold things. Ice, popsicles, frozen yogurt.. anything cold is on the top of my crave list right now. I attended a Mom’s meeting for our homeschool coop a couple nights ago and one of the lovely ladies brought in something that looked like a fruit salsa. I don’t know why I never thought to make this before. Since my Ninja broke (sniff, sniff) about a week ago, I’ve had to adapt my … Read more…

Pao de Queijo {Brazilian Cheesy Bread}

I once read somewhere that the best thing you can do when you are mad at your husband is bake him a cake. Well, my husband doesn’t like cake, however, being Brazilian he LOVES pao de queijo. There is a Brazilian Steakhouse here in town called Fogo de Chao. When we were dating, he took me there a of couple times. At the restaurant you are served bottomless bowls of pao de queijo. It quickly became … Read more…