We are in the middle of a heat wave in Boston, and even the kids are water logged from the pool and choosing to lounge around in the air conditioning. However I refuse to let them spend their summer stuck in front of a screen.
I want them to use their imaginations, be creative, and when needed follow directions. Luckily their favorite activity, building with LEGO bricks, allows them to do all that!
Just when I thought my love for American girl couldn’t grow any stronger, they came out with a new doll line called the Wellie Wishers!
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Father’s Day is one of the hardest holidays to shop for in my family. My dad and husband both have everything so trying to find something they don’t have yet and will love can be a stressful. However not this year! Thanks to Samsung and Best Buy, I have found the prefect Father’s Day gift, the Gear VR
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When decorating and setting our electronics one of my biggest pet peeves is having wires everywhere.
I never realized this was annoying, growing up my dad always had them either hidden behind drywall or neatly zip-tied behind strip covers. Back then I remember having the big stereos with the two speakers on each side and the thin wire connecting them in my room. I have a vivid memory of my mother saying “why don’t you put this frame here and it’ll hide the wires” my teenage self thought she was crazy and probably made some rude comment to get out.
Then I moved in with my now husband, a man that grew up on a farm in Brazil. Let’s just say every time we bought a new piece of electronics our neighbors could here me horrified as my mothers voice poured out of mouth. “Why are the wires everywhere?”, “That looks so cluttered and dirt!”, one time my pour husband not understanding the issue at all even tried to paint the wires to our surround sound speakers so “they would blend in with the wall”.