OrangeBlossom was playing in the crib with her rolly ball that makes sounds and rolls. It got quiet and I went to see if she had fallen asleep and I wanted to get the ball out so that she didn’t bump it and wake herself up. Well, AppleBlossom beat me to it. I went in the room and she had turned off the ball, left it in the crib (but the main thing is it won’t make noise) and she pulled a babbie over her back. *sigh* My little mommy being such a good big sister!!
Today I stumbled across the Meet Biscuit App for Android in the Amazon store. It’s on sale for $0.99 when regularly $2.99. We love Biscuit and enjoyed the Valentine app for Biscuit that was free for Valentine’s Day. These work on the Kindle Fire.
The Parable of the Lily begins with a mysterious gift on a gray wintry day and ends one Spring morning with a joyous discovery.
The gentle Farmer from The Pumpkin Patch Parable lovingly helps His young daughter, Maggie, understand the power of grace and forgiveness and the true meaning of Easter.
In this sweet rhyming picture book, a mother prepares her daughter for bed by telling her about the different animals that live nearby and their nighttime activities. The mother’s narrative comes full circle from night to dawn, and the little girl is lulled to sleep dreaming about her animal friends.
Lyrical writing and warm illustrations from the bestselling author-illustrator team of Rose A. Lewis and Jen Corace make this a perfect bedtime book.
Just Too Busy is the story of the Kraft family’s head-on collision with busyness and the 12-month experiment that changed their lives. When their children could recite the dollar value meals at McDonald s faster than the times-tables, Joanne and Paul Kraft knew something was very wrong. So, instead of continuing their busyness habit and fitting more into their schedules, they took a year off from all extracurricular activities and learned how to be a family again. In this book, readers will laugh their way to learning the 10 telltale signs that they’re just too busy and find the courage to guard their families from the temptation of constant distraction.