Yoga With The Youngsters.

I took our 8 year old granddaughter to yoga class last week. It was her birthday gift from Granny and Grandpa.  We’re trying to replace ‘stuff’ with experiences, instead.  This one was  a hit.  And they even learned that Namaste means “The light in me sees the light in you”

When I went to pick her up she said “I could do this forever!  I love yoga!”  She can hardly wait to go back and this time our 6 year old granddaughter will be going with her.  Bought her a cute little yoga outfit today.  And her little brother wanted a yoga outfit, too, so he can be ready to go when he is old enough.  Yahooo!!!

If you have mini-yogis in your home, you are going to love this info-graphic.  Easy poses for every day.



Yoga Positions Mom and Kids Could Try Together #infographic

Every Day Should Include Play Time

water-fight-442257_1920Every Day Should Include Play Time

Play time for children is as important as good food and hugs.  In this blog, I am going to share crafts, playtime ideas, delicious creative foods that kids will love and all sorts of fun activities.

Play keeps your child healthy on every level.  They need to run and jump and dance each day to maintain a strong, growing body and get rid of some of that boisterous energy.  Play time also enhances motor skills, body awareness and confidence in their abilities.

Making food fun and funny will help them love meal time and encourage them to try new foods. Remember to serve foods from the rainbow.  Give them lots of bright colored fruits and veggies and they will enjoy their meals.

Emotionally, playtime will give them happy feelings, bringing laughter and self-confidence.


Today I Am A Monkey


Today I Am A Monkey

The first book in our Today I Am series, featuring Max, is up on Amazon. I can hardly believe it! To see my name as the author of a published book is pretty amazing, I must say. This one is called Today I Am A Monkey.

I was so fortunate to find an illustrator, Lucia Benito, who brought Max to life in a way I could not imagine. And with 2 little boys of her own, she understands Max’s character very well. She is now working on Today I Am A Tiger, so look for that one very soon.

This series is so much fun to write. The little boy, Max, is taken from our grandson, Warren. He is just an incredible boy. He’s smart, curious, funny, adventurous and loving.

Oh and that killer smile!! Warren

I know you and your young ones will enjoy Max’s adventures.