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Valentine’s Day Food: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Valentine’s Day is such a fun holiday and when you have small children it’s an especially great time to make them feel special and loved.  My kids get a kick out of anything unique...

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Love Hunt: Married Edition

Awhile back, I posted a fun little game you can do with your younger kids that was perfect for Valentine’s Day: a love hunt game. Well…I’ve revised it now. For adults. For you and...

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{Review} ThinkFun Stratos Spheres

My kids love to play games, and more often than not, they choose one of our great ThinkFun games!  Stratos Spheres is a new two-player strategy game from ThinkFun.  It takes the idea of...

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Dr. Seuss – Great Stories, Great Lessons

With Dr. Seuss’s birthday coming up on March 2nd, you may be thinking about which favorite book you’d like to share with your child.  Dr. Seuss books are a lot of fun, but did you...

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The Story of How it All Began: Tiffany’s Faith Journey

Today’s post is installment 3 of our series on how we became Christ-followers. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to read Christina’s and MaryAnn’s stories! I’ve always been a rule-follower. My mom talks about...

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Quick and Easy: Muddy Buddies Valentines

Depending on where you grew up, you called this cereal-peanut butter-chocolate-powdered sugar concoction different things. Some people call it puppy chow. But I (usually) call it Muddy Buddies–unless I’m talking to someone I think...

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Valentine’s Day Papercraft

Have you ever been sitting around with the kids and get the idea to do a seasonal craft, only to discover that you don’t have any of the appropriate supplies on hand?  That was...

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My Story – MaryAnn

As Tiffany, Christina and I talked about our ideas for Play Eat Grow in 2016, one goal is to share a little bit more about our own stories.  So, for our “Grow” posts this...

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Three Cheers for Gyros!

Okay, so my kids don’t really cheer for gyros. But wouldn’t it be awesome if they did? Imagine a table full of gyro supplies and as soon as the kids approach the table, they start...