Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Recommendations on Children's Halloween Books

Halloween is almost upon us! I love reading holiday themed books to my son. They help encourage him to love reading and to learn more about holidays. Here are some fun Halloween books to read to kids:

The Monster at the End of this Book by Jon Stone













Click, Clack, Boo!: A Tricky Treat by Doreen Cronin (If you haven't read the other Click, Clack Moo! Books to your kids, I suggest you do.)













Biscuit's Pet & Play Halloween by  Alyssa Capucili












The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree by Stan and Jan Berenstain












The Witch Casts a Spell by Suzanne Williams















Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Advil® Film-Coated Review

As a member of  Crowdtap, I recently had the opportunity to try Fast acting Advil® Film-Coated, the newest innovation from Advil® with an Ion Core designed to stop pain before it gets worse. I tried it when I was starting to get a headache and within a few minutes the pain subsided and never came back. It was amazing! Sometimes with headaches when I take something, the pain is still there and lingers and I hate when that happens. I recommend trying Advil Film-Coated for headaches and aches and pains!


Disclaimer: I received my sample from Crowdtap for free for testing and review purposes in exchange of my opinion, which is reflected in this entry.

*Please note, I am not a doctor or medical professional, please use common sense and don't take or do anything that would counteract with current medical conditions or prescriptions.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Halloween Wreath

I made a wreath from tulle for Halloween. To make the wreath: cut circles out of tulle, fold the circles in half and then fold two more times, then fold the pointed tip, glue (hot glue) the folded tulle circle to a foam wreath. It will take several hours to do glue the tulle to the wreath. Once finished gluing the tulle, I cut the ring part off of plastic bat rings and glued them to the wreath. It's a fun project!