Now that the weather has gotten nicer we have been better about keeping our playtime and screentime more balanced. There are still lots of snuggles though.
Even though my book review posts have been sparse, I have been reading a lot. So I’m trying to get back into posting these by starting with the books that kept me company during late night newborn feedings last year. If you’ve read any of these I would love to hear your thoughts in the… Continue reading Book Reviews: Someday, Someday Maybe, and Sous Chef and Because of Mr. Terupt
I’ve been reading a lot, but it’s been a hot minute since I have posted any reviews. So I am getting back into it with these three books that kept me company during late night newborn feedings last year. If you’ve read any of these I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. … Continue reading Book Reviews: Drums of Autumn, We Were Liars, and The Flight of the Silvers
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You may have noticed I haven’t been around for a few weeks. I took a tumble and broke my hand. While I am doing okay, it has made typing blog posts a challenge. I’m not sure if I will attempt short, periodic posts or just wait until I’ve recovered before updating anything here. I hope… Continue reading Out of Order
My blog anniversary and my birthday are both at the beginning of January. Last year to celebrate both I hosted a blog meet and greet. It was so fun that I am going to do it again. We are going to share links of our favorite posts from 2018. How does it work? Introduce yourself,… Continue reading It’s a Birthday/Blog Anniversary Meet and Greet!
If you’ve read any of these I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Also, tell me about what you are reading now. Anything good? Beartown by Fredrik Backman Beartown is a town centered around hockey and is slowly dying. Most of the town residents believe that an upcoming junior championship could change… Continue reading Book Reviews: Beartown, Before We Were Yours, Agatha H. and the Airship City