Kickin’ It with Mommy Zee:  Continuing with Mile High Karate

Kickin’ It with Mommy Zee: Continuing with Mile High Karate

Article 10: Continuing with Mile High Karate So let me start by saying that I am Frustrated Mommy this week. This was not the kids’ best week ever as far as behavior goes. Health issues flaring up has prevented me from participating in class at all this week and I didn’t even attend the second(…)

Hi From Teachable Mommy

Hi From Teachable Mommy

I’m Ashley Saunders, author of Teachable Mommy. I am a mother of one sweet, calm daughter and one spunky, energetic boy.  Yes that means I am pretty busy! Luckily, I have some help from my wonderful husband who is the calm to my crazy not-so-calm self. I write about my Super Mom days and my(…)

Don’t Get Burned!

Don’t Get Burned!

Guest blog post by Jessica Saunders, Children’s Medical Center February 3-9, 2013, is Burn Awareness Week, and for good reason.  Among all accidental injuries, fire and burns are the number five cause of death in children ages 14 and younger — in part because young children cannot recognize heat-related hazards quickly enough to react appropriately.(…)

Seven Wonders:  Book 1 – The Colossus Rises

Seven Wonders: Book 1 – The Colossus Rises

According to the author, It’s a “combustible mix of ordinary kids thrown into an extraordinary world of mystical settings, history humor, science, odd characters, and a barefoot burping giant named Torquin.”   This fast-paced tween series about four friends on an epic quest to unlock the secrets of an ancient world has already received high praise(…)

Vortex:  New Young Adult Book

Vortex: New Young Adult Book

Vortex combines time travel, romance, and an abundance of action.    Readers met Jackson Meyer in Tempest and he’s back again in Vortex as an agent for Tempest, the shadowy division of the CIA that handles all time-travel-related threats.   Despite his heartbreak of losing the love of his life, he has proven himself to be an excellent(…)

Parenting a Differently Thinking Student

Guest blog post by Carla Brogden When I want to write about parenting, my first thoughts include, “the hardest part of parenting a differently-thinking child is…..” or “the hardest part of parenting a college student is….” or “the hardest part of parenting a creative is…” or “The hardest part of parenting an Asperger’s person is…..”(…)