This week at Story Time we are reading Little Owl Lost by Chris Haughton, which means we need to do an owl craft! Here’s a tutorial of a quick and easy (and affordable) craft for pre-school aged children. Here’s what you’ll need: Construction paper (for background) Cotton balls (3 per child) Popsicle sticks (I used… Continue reading Cotton Ball Owl Craft for Kids!
I know this song is the “song of the summer” for a lot of people, but it definitely is the song of Summer 2016 for me! When SO and I were travelling west in July, every time we hopped in the truck, this song would come on! This song makes me think of the great… Continue reading Song Saturday! Can’t Stop the Feeling by Justin Timberlake.
The other night SO, Bomber and I went to a friend’s remote cabin for dinner Every time that we visit, we get such a romantic feeling about lake life, and this time was no different – look at that view! The best part of the evening was that Bomber was in his element, he was… Continue reading Dreaming of lake life.
Who else is obsessed with PokemonGo? I definitely am! I have rekindled my love for the TV show (which is back on Canadian Netflix) and have found a love for wanting to catch Pokemon! While I was never obsessed with Pokemon the way my little sister is, her love for Pokemon never dwindled – I… Continue reading Falling in love with Pokemon all over again.
One of the best party of my job as a Children’s Programmer (among many other things) at the Public Library in my home town is that I get to plan fun parties for kids! While July was a slow month for me (mostly because I was on vacation for a lot of it), I held… Continue reading Spy party at the Library!
Hello Saturday! Here is the second post in my new blog series “Song Saturday”, today’s song is “Black Velvet Band” and I’m going to share a few different version of this great Irish song! The first is by Colm Keegan of Celtic Thunder. I saw this song live in March 2015 when my Grandma and… Continue reading Song Saturday! Black Velvet Band
Being an adult is hard, and it’s even harder for this particular generation. For the first time in history, we have a generation of young adults who are not going to be better off than their parents. We have grown up in a failing economy and we mostly just have a lot of debt to… Continue reading #Adulting – Debt, Anxiety and Trying Not To Cry.