This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own. Making time for physical activity is so important, especially now that we spend so much of our day in front of a screen. As parents, we play a huge role in helping our kids become more physically active, both by setting an example and […]
Dubsmash – a fun app!
Dubsmash has been out since late last year, and has been downloaded millions of times, I’m sure, but I just installed it and I’m loving it! I’m not one to take frequent selfies and such, so I tried it out with my dog first. I have a secret way of making her bark, so it […]
Veo App: Discover. Experience. Save.
This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Veo® Mobile & Latina Bloggers Connect. My smartphone is always within reach, although talking on it is probably what I do the least! Texting my friends and family, checking email, taking and editing photos, reading, catching up on the news, checking the weather, and keeping an eye on […]
It’s Dr. Seuss’ 109th birthday!
We celebrate by making green eggs and ham, reading our entire Dr. Seuss library, watching The Cat in the Hat, and playing some games. What about you? Did you do anything special today? This year is extra special because Maura (my Kindergartner) can now read a few Dr. Seuss books herself. Hop on Pop is […]
Basher’s Presidents app
Basher’s Presidents mobile app is an eye-catching and fun look at our nation’s presidents beginning with our founding fathers through Obama. Since both political parties have already hit campaign fever pitches this election year, kids are keenly aware in the media and at home that there is a lot at stake in November. This makes […]
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at home with Daniel app review
I should start off by saying that I have a huge bias. I love (very present tense) Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. I love the sweater jackets, trademark shoe toss, the field trips (who didn’t love seeing how crayons were made?) but most of all, I love the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. That being said, I was a […]