"FROZEN BUTTERFLIES", a book by Italian native and renaissance woman Simona Grossi, delves into the subdued hues and shadows that encompass the life and mind of a woman with a traumatic past and routine present. Psychology professor and author Susan Blanc has insomnia. Seemingly bored with life, one late night she finds herself in a… Continue reading Book Review: “FROZEN BUTTERFLIES” crawls before it flies
During the summer months, I like to kick back and read some romances, maybe get involved in a fun thriller book series, or re-read some old favorites. I find it unnecessary to say that “SCIENCE, ART, AND CHRISTIANITY: CONTRIBUTION TO A THEOLOGY OF NATURE FOR OUR TIME,” by biologist Rudolf Bernhard Brun, is not what… Continue reading Book Review: Science and God Don’t Have To Be Mutually Exclusive
On June 9, the Museum of the American Revolution opened Revolution Place, its new interactive exhibit that is geared towards the museum’s younger visitors. I had never been to the MoAR before and was excited that there was an area catering to the my 4.5- and 6-year-olds so we could all take part in the… Continue reading Museum Review: Sparking the Spirit of Revolution in young kids… Maybe just not SO young
Zuzz the Alien Needs Your Help!, a 50-minute one-alien show co-created by Amanda Coffin and Bill D'Agostino, stars Hannah Parke as Zuzz, the titular extra terrestrial whose spaceship has crashed on Earth. Her self-appointed mission is to invite the people of Earth to celebrate in Glofenshopenshpiel, the most important holiday on her planet. This holiday… Continue reading Children’s Theatre Review: Zuzz the Alien Needs Your Help! is an adorable show that young kids and their parents will love.
As the working mom of two little ones, 4 and 6, I admit that I am guilty of getting some down time by letting the kids watch their iPads. Is it a crutch? ABSOLUTELY. Am I willing to give it up? ABSOLUTELY NOT. I have read how screens could be detrimental to young kids. I… Continue reading Product Review: ScreenFreeParenting.com: Offering Preach-Free Screen-free Alternatives