Sunday, December 25, 2016

Fancy Nancy The Musical CD what a fun to listen

My Mama and I both loved music. We loved to listen and loved to sing along as well. Every time my Mama and I go somewhere,she always has music play while she is  driving. 

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Fancy Nancy The Musical is a new CD for me to listen. It has 11 songs. My favorite is the intro Overture. My Mama's favorite is the song You'll Always Be My Star. She said the song is for me. This CD is fun to listen. It has music from animals, learning manners and kids music that they will like to listen. It is our new CD in my collection.

If you love music  likes me, you should get it one for yourself. I know that you will love this CD just like me and my Mama. 

Friday, December 2, 2016

David Travels To The Past Book By Gonzalo Martinez De Antonana

Book Description:
David is a young and restless apprentice painter who wants to know everything about painting. His intelligent teacher, the Master Messina, invents a way of transporting David through time to prehistory. They go there looking for the origins of art, but once they are there nothing will be as they thought.
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In a second adventure they travel towards the unknown art of Mesopotamia. This time they won´t go alone. The sympathetic and intelligent Angela will travel to the past with them bringing her particular point of view.
My Summer Babe and I both rated this book 4 ****'s What a fun and educational travel while learning art
I have no doubt that my Summer Babe will enjoy reading this book. She loves art and reading this story entertains her at the same time learned more about art and its history. I saw her smiling while flipping the pages. She founds the illustration very funny. David and Master Messina is very interesting characters. Their journey is so much fun between these two and Angela joined the adventure as well.
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We both liked the story. At first she did not like the story because she taught it is about religion but as she read along, she is having a great time learning David and its; adventures. Though she has a hard time reading some of the places in the story. It did not stop her from finishing the book. There is so much to enjoy about the book from art history, animals at the same time exploring places that are very popular to the tourist.
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If your kids  love art like my Summer Babe, am sure they will laugh at David's adventure at the same time learning the history of art during the past.  David's art teacher looks very funny but at the same he is very entertaining. No doubt David had the best time learning how art is done during the past like my Summer Babe  while reading this book. This book could make a great Christmas gift for your art enthusiast and loves to read. 
Buy the Book:
USA: Amazon  ~  Kindle ~  Barnes & Noble
UK: Amazon  ~ Kindle
Australia: Fishpond  ~  Booktopia ~ Kindle
Author and Illustrator:
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María José is a teacher. She won international illustrations awards.
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Gonzalo has a degree in art history. He works in museums and as a tourist guide.
Connect with them: Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook ~ Pinterest

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Thursday, November 17, 2016

Mama’s Knight: A Cancer Story of Love Book by Aurora Whittet

Once upon a time . . . It’s how all heroes begin their story, and you’re a hero, too! Your mama has cancer, and it’s a scary journey, but you can help your mama just by being you—special, wonderful, YOU. Your mama loves you just the way you are. You are your mama’s knight.
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Mama’s Knight: A Cancer Story of Love is an emotional toolbox that can help kids and parents communicate about what it means for Mama to have cancer. The book is filled with tools and activities designed to make coping with illness easier on both parent and child, and can be personalized for each child.
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My Mama and I rated this book 5 warrior stars A short story that is fun, wide-opening and emotional
My Mama and I both loved reading this book. I know that other kids will also love reading it too. First the illustrations or drawings looked so artistic and beautiful. It is full of fun activities that families can enjoy creating memories and have fun. There are helpful links for you and your kids to check and follow. My Mama and I both loved everything about the book. It is wide-opening when cancer happened to one of your families or relatives. It is very emotional and my Mama cried reading the book especially on the last page.
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My Mama told me that she wishes she read this book before and brought to the Philippines with us when we had our vacation. My Aunt J had a breast cancer. I know that it will help my cousins understand when my Aunt J is dealing with cancer before. I know that it will be easy for my cousins to understand and very helpful when I read and shared this book to them. Definitely, we will bring this book with on our next vacation to the Philippines.
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My Mama said there is no cure about cancer yet but there is prevention. My Mama said one is by going to the doctor regularly for a check-up. I know that my Mama is afraid to go to her mammogram but she said she will face her fear and brave for us to stay healthy. I know cancer is deadly but reading this book will help you and your kids create memories that will last a lifetime.
My Mama thinks that this is the best book we both read on how to deal with cancer. We  both recommend it to every kids especially if there Mama or relatives is dealing with the same health problems.
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Buy the Book:  Author's Website

Author's Bio:

Aurora Whittet started out as a wild red-haired girl in Minnesota dreaming up stories for her friends to read. Today, she has completed Bloodmark, Bloodrealms, and Bloodmoon of the Bloodmark Saga trilogy and started her journey into children’s books with Mama’s Knight in honor of her own mother who lost her battle with cancer. She’s a national award-winning graphic designer and birth doula in her day jobs. Aurora lives with her family in Minnesota.
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Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook

What made you write a book about Cancer?
I lost my mom in 2013 to uterine cancer and losing her as an adult was hard enough. I still can’t fathom a world without her in it and it has been three years. Then my friend Tyson was diagnosed with Brain Cancer and she had two little boys at home. She told me there were tons of books for certain cancers, but none for hers. So I took my grief and I wrote a customizable children’s book that can help any mom, with any cancer explain the journey to her children, so Mama’s Knight was born!
What is your next project?
I am currently writing the daddy version of Mama’s Knight, because daddies get cancer too. As well as I am writing a new young adult novel that will publish in 2017. It is fun doing a children’s picture book and a novel at the same time.

In today’s tech savvy world, most writers use a computer or laptop. Have you ever written parts of your book on paper?

I wrote this entire book on paper many, many times before it made it to the computer. I had sketches of each spread of the book so I could truly map out the story. Once I felt happy with it I scanned the sketches and typed the words so I could share it with my editor. This book truly came to life on paper.

What’s the funniest thing that ever happened to you?

My son is four, and he thinks he is quite clever. One day we were at the store picking up a prescription, when he loudly and boldly announces to her and frankly everyone within a mile, “mama farted.” Which please note, I didn’t. So I say, “I farted?” He smiles and responds “Yep in that aisle.” He points to an aisle we never even went down. Now there is no way to get out of this. The pharmacist is already laughing, even if I tell the truth that I didn’t fart, it just looks like I’m lying. So I laughed and said “Oh I see, and what do we say when we fart?” He smiled and says, “excuse me.” Children are so embarrassing, but cute.
If you could go back in time, where would you go?
I would go back to the moment my mom was first diagnosed with cancer, to that seafoam green hospital room, and I would say, “mom lets go on vacation.” And I would have put our trip on my credit card and took her somewhere fun before the illness and the medicine made her too weak to travel.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Fancy Nancy The Musical CD makes a perfect Christmas gift

Fancy Nancy now has her very own musical! This CD makes the perfect gift for fancy kids of all ages!
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"An irresistible collection of ingenious tunes by award-winning composer/lyricist Danny Abosch and lyricist Susan DiLallo." -NYMetroParents

Check out this video preview! 
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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Icy the White Seal my 26th beanie boo

Icy the White Seal is my 26th beanie boo in my collections. My Mom bought Icy at the Rite Aid pharmacy.  Icy was born on the 27th of February. Icy has blue eyes.
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I swim in the ocean and lay on the ice. My pretty white coat they say is quite nice To put on my blubber, I eat lots of fish I catch them quickly when they start to swish! Have you seen a seal before? Is it while like Icy?

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Kidsgold is your best jewelry store to buy for that little Princess

My Summer Babe has her ears pierced a week before she turned a year old. She stopped wearing them she said it hurts her ears. I thought that she will never wear any earrings again. One time we shop at Wal-Mart and she wants me to buy her earrings. I was so delighted. I wish that I could buy her birthstone earrings.

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I am so glad that Kidsgold gave me an opportunity to try their birthstone earrings. My Summer Babe finally can wear her birthstone earrings. It is a Peridot as she is born in the August. She was born in the Summer and that is why I called her Summer Babe to hide her identity. The earrings come in a box with a gift bag. The earrings are so beautiful. It is perfect for her tiny ears. We both loved it.

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The earring has 14k Yellow gold. The size is 3/16" Diameter 8/16" Length. The stone has Peridot 4mm. It is recommended for ages 10 to 16 years old. As young as five years old little Princess can wear earrings from this Website.

Do you know that when you order any jewelry in the website, it comes with a money back guarantee? Not only that as a reader of this blog, enter the code  USFG20 to help you save 20% from your purchases November 1st to December 1st of 2016. What a perfect time for those holiday purchases. The website not only offers birthstone earrings but also necklaces, bracelets for your little Princess from any occasion.
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I received the earrings free from being an ambassador to US Family Guide in exchange of my honest review.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Cancun The Chihuahua Number 25 Beanie Boos

" I'm a cute chihuahua that loves the sun And my fabulous colors are lots of fun ''
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Cancun's birthday is April 30th.
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Cancun is my 25th Beanie Boo that I got.
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I got Cancun at Rite Aid with my mom.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Bossy Flossy Book By Paulette Bogan

Book Description for Bossy Flossy:
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Flossy is the bossiest girl around. She's bossy at home and she's bossy in school. She's bossy to her friends and she's bossy to her cat. Sometimes she's even bossy to her teacher! Flossy doesn't understand why no one will listen to her. One day, Flossy meets Edward, a boy who may be just as bossy as she is. Has Flossy finally met her match?
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My daughter rated this book 4 1/2 ****'s

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This book is about a little girl who is always being bossy. Her name is Flossy. Flossy was bossy to her toys. She was bossy to her cat. Flossy was bossy to her little brother. She was even bossy to her mother. Flossy's mother told her to  go to her room, then Flossy told her mother to go to her room. Flossy was even bossy at school, she messed someone's painting and she told kids how to dress in costumes. Flossy was also bossy to lunch lady. One time Flossy teacher told her to go to time out because she was being bad. And then she told her teacher Mrs. Rosado to go time out. One day Flossy met someone that was also bossy. He told everyone want to do just like Flossy did. He was even bossy to Flossy. So one day Flossy got mad at him and they started to argue. They argued through art, lunch and at nap time. So one day Flossy and he went to time out.

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The moral of the story is not to be bossy to anyone because your just gonna get into trouble.

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  Buy the Book: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, Chapters Indigo

  Author's Bio:

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Paulette Bogan admits she was bossy as a child. She is the author and illustrator ofVirgil & Owen, which was chosen as one of Bank Street Best Children's books of the Year 2016, Virgil & Owen Stick Together, which won a Mom's Choice Award Gold Medal for Picture Books, and Lulu The Big Little Chick, which won a Children's Choice Book Award. She lives in New York City with her husband, three daughters, and two dogs. They ALL think she is STILL bossy. But they've never told her to go to her room!

Connect with the author: Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook

Author interview #1 Paulette Bogan

Where do you write, illustrate?
My favorite place to work is upstairs in my studio with my two dogs keeping me company, a Starbucks latte, and some music playing, loudly! If I’m writing I listen to classical music. If I’m drawing, definitely rock. (I’m a big Neil Young fan.)

Do you write everyday?
No, but I think everyday. Maybe more like daydreaming. (I try to write anything interesting down or do a quick sketch, usually on a post-it. There are post-its everywhere in my life!)        

In today’s tech savvy world, most writers use a computer or a laptop. Have you ever written parts of your book on paper?
I ALWAYS start on a legal yellow pad, never on the computer. I do several drafts on paper with lots of scribbly sketches along the margins. I use the computer as another step in the creative process. However, I always end up printing my manuscript in order to edit. I edit again, and again, and again always on paper… I guess that makes me old school… or maybe just old!

What is your writing schedule?
I don’t have a real set schedule except I am useless in the morning as far as drawing or writing! Mornings are for exercise, chores, or my favorite – going back to bed! After noon I am much more creative. I will spend the afternoon in my studio drawing, writing, or procrastinating. (Sometimes my best ideas come when I am procrastinating!)

What made you write a book about a bossy girl?
I’m bossy. Always have been. But most importantly, I am the boss of me! Flossy is a little girl who is very bossy and doesn’t understand why no one will listen to her. Eventually after getting bossed around herself, Flossy starts to learn how to channel her bossiness in a positive way. She learns how to be effective not offensive. She learns to express herself so she is heard and not tuned out. She learns how to be the boss of herself.

Tell us an interesting fact about Bossy Flossy.
Bossy Flossy is the first picture book I’ve done in which the main character is human, not animal. Illustrating a book with human characters instead of animals was on my “to do” list. I don’t really have a bucket list, but I have many “to do” lists.

You said you are a big Neil Young fan. What’s your favorite song? Angie by The Rolling Stones. Sorry, Neil. Heart of Gold - my number two song.
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I received a paperback copy of the book from being a member of ireadbooktours in exchange of my honest review.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

I received six beanie boos on my birthday

Last month, I turned double-digit on my birthday. My Mama invited few of her friends to celebrate my birthday. It was a very simple birthday celebration but I am very happy with it. My Mama cannot have my birthday celebration on the weekend as she has to work. It was right on my actual birthday that I had a party.

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These beanie boos are on my birthday list. I want to thank my Mama for buying these beanie boos on my birthday. The beanie boos are from right to left Patsy the Poodle, Pierre the Pink Seal, Piggley the Pig, Boom Boom the Panda, Scooter the Snail and Owellete the white Owl. I will describe them more detailed on more pf my post so stay tune to learn more about them.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

My Summer Babe and all her beanie boos collection

She is stuck with number 89 the moment I took this photo of her. She has six more coming in her way. The three are on her birthday list. I found three more that will added as her birthday gifts. 

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She loves to play her beanie boos by the living room with her big brother. I am so glad that the dogs do not take one and chew the beanie boo. They know that they will be in trouble by their big sister. I filed up all her beanie boos that were all scattered by the carpet. I made a big and small heart. I also asked her to go inside the heart and will took photo of her. 

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Her is my Summer Babe with all her Beanie boos. This girl is getting so big. 

Saturday, July 16, 2016

I want these beanie boos on my birthday wish list

My Mommy showed me these new beanie boos in the TY store. I told her that I want them on my birthday wish list. My birthday is coming soon. 
I want to have
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Patsy the poodle,
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Scooter the snail and
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Piggley the pig . It cost 5.99 each. I hope that my Mommy will grant my birthday wish list. 

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Meet Elfie the Elephant my #89 beanie boos

Elfie the Elephant is from Justice store exclusive.

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She is my #89 beanie boo in her collections. My Mommy bought it on Ebay. 

Elfie was born on October 18th.
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Elfie is a very colorful elephant. Elfie loves to eat peanuts in the sun. Elfie loves to share the peanut with her friends one by one. Unfortunately I cannot eat peanut as I have severe allergy of it.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Loving Emmi Book By Barbara Boswell Brunner

And the Dog-Ma saga continues...

In this highly anticipated sequel to the best-selling Dog-Ma, The Zen of Slobber, Izzy, the feisty and ferocious terrier, has lost her eyesight. Following on the heels of this devastating loss, her arch-rival Morgan - a gentle giant of a Rottweiler - suddenly succumbs to cancer. Finding herself a lonely-only, it's not long before Izzy finds herself nose-to-nose with her humans' new pet project: a foster Rottie pup also named Morgan. Quickly renamed Emmi to avoid confusion (and the wrath of Izzy,) it was to be the beginning of a journey unlike any other.

Severely injured as a newborn, Emmi—affectionately known to her fast-growing online fan base as Baby Morgan the Broken Jaw Puppy—is hanging onto life by a thread. Living with a crushed jaw that has left her unable to open her mouth to eat or drink, the prognosis is grim. Baby Morgan is starving to death. Having rescued her from a horrific life, her parents spring into all-out desperation mode to find her the best lifesaving medical care. Despite the advice of veterinary professionals to euthanize, her parents are determined to save her at all costs. Taking to the Internet, they rally a huge online community of dog lovers who quickly become their second family. It does not take long for Emmi's sheer determination and ferocious will to live to take hold.

This is Emmi's miracle. A story of hope, inspiration and triumph in the face of adversity.

Our furry girls Maggie and Molly rated Loving Emmi 5 paws *****'s 

Emmi will break your heart at the same time fall in-love with her

The title itself is what you learned while reading this book. It is the most emotional animal book I ever read. No wonder my Summer Babe let me finish reading the book because she gets so emotional. She feel bad for Emmi and the other dogs because of her health conditions. 
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I finished Loving Emmi within a day after reading it. I cried so many times while reading this book. Emmi will break your heart at the same time fall in-love with her. She is one very special dog. My hats off to her human Mom, Dad and furry sister Izzy for their unconditional love.My hats off also to all her doctors, caretaker and especially her Aunt Connie. My hats off also to all the people who donated to make Emmi lived longer and enjoy life. 
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This book will teach you to learn your furry dogs even better unconditionally. To our Maggie(the Pitbull) and Molly(the rat terrier) we loved you even more girls. Thank you for showing us your unconditional love too.

This book is so emotional. It shows hope and unconditional love for our furry animals. It taught us not to give up, keep on fighting when life is at the top of the difficult time. Prayers also is very helpful. Support of friends near and far really helps as well. 

My Summer Babe, Maggie, Molly and myself highly recommends this book not only for animal lovers but readers who fight and not lost hope. You can survive just like Emmi. 

I received the paperback copy in exchange of my honest review. 

Available to buy at....

“This book is a must read for animal lovers, everywhere. Barbara Boswell Brunner pulls at your heartstrings in Loving Emmi, a rescue story like no other. When Barbara, and her husband, Ray, decide it's time to foster another dog, they have no idea what they're getting into. This is their story, but it's also the story of every "imperfect" shelter dog; a story that promises to open eyes and hearts. A fantastic read. Two paws, way, way up.” - Author Nick Antinozzi – Desperate Times Trilogy 

 “A captivating and heartwarming story that illustrates the deep and trusting bond that exists between dogs and humans, written with true understanding, compassion, and love. A must-read gem of a book.” Author Kathryne Arnold – The Resurrection of Hannah

Read an excerpt HERE


Also Available....
Dog-Ma: the Zen of Slobber (Dog-Ma Book 1)

Barbara's vivid and dramatic stories, told with a wicked sense of humor, will make you laugh out loud. She definitely gets what living with rescued dogs (nine of them!) is all about. 

When Barbara meets her future husband, Ray, it is love-and dog-at first sight. Over the course of thirty-two years, seventeen relocations and nine dogs, their mutual love of dogs guides them on their unconventional path. The love that Barbara and Ray get in return is literally lifesaving, with one dog attacking a lethal intruder and another discovering Barbara’s cancer. Her own survival story underscores the story of how her dogs become survivors themselves. 

Each new dog adds its own dynamic to the family, sometimes upending it. From Turbo (whose Spock-like ears may have provided super powers), Barbara learns about the will to live; Lexington demonstrates incredible patience and an inexplicable love of golf; Madison teaches that laughter is truly the best medicine and that the whole “nine lives thing” is not reserved just for cats; Morgan should be sainted for tolerating Izzy, who is as cute as she is bad. Barbara is certain that somewhere in doggie heaven there is a poster that says “If you are sick, injured or in need of really expensive medical care, FIND THESE HUMANS!”

Available to buy at....

"Anyone who loves dogs and animals will thoroughly enjoy this book, you will find the authors love, compassion and kindness to her dogs unconditional and the sacrifices both her and her husband make are unbelievable." - Beck Valley Books

"A sweet, funny and poignant book that I read, cover to cover in just one sitting. It caused me to shed more than a few tears, brought many smiles to my face and even made me laugh out loud a time or two. Whether you’re head over heels for furbabies or are just looking for a great read, this is the book for you!" - Jayedee Halpin Dewitt

"If you love dogs, if you’ve ever rescued a dog, or if you just want a book that exemplifies the extraordinary bond that develops between dogs and the humans who love them, you must read Dog-ma the Zen of Slobber." - Terrier Torrent

Read an excerpt HERE

About the Author
Award Winning Author, Barbara Brunner grew up in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania with her parents, sister and always a dog, or two or three. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from a small women's college in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Meeting her husband in Washington, DC, they continued together on a journey as self-proclaimed dog addicts. In the ensuing years, she founded three successful businesses in the Pacific Northwest and is a prolific fundraiser for breast cancer research. She and her husband are retired and now reside in Southwest Florida with two dogs and copious amounts of dog fur. She is currently working on indulging her well known flip flop addiction.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Halo the Angelic Bear Beanie Boo a perfect gift for communion

My Summer Babe will have her first communion pretty soon. She missed last year so she will make it this year instead. I am so excited that she will have her first communion. 
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My Summer Babe grow up so fast. I still remember how cute she is during her baptism. How time flies so fast. 

Since I knew that date of her first communion, I started to search a communion gift for her. Since she loves to collect beanie boo, I found this Halo The Angelic Bear as a perfect gift for her communion. It is a retired beanie boo so it is not available in the store. 

I bought this on Ebay for $5.95 plus $3.99 shipping. The moment I saw it, I clicked the buy it now right away and paid it instantly. I cannot wait for her to open one of her gifts on her first communion. 

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Rosie the Purple Rose Turtle my 24th beanie boo

Please meet Rosie the Purple Rose turtle. Rosie is my 24th beanie boos in my collection. Rosie was born on the 4th of November. She shared the same birthday with my Uncle who I never meet because he passed away when I was born. 
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Rosie is pink and purple. Rosie swim happily. Rosie's shell covered with roses for you to see.
We bought Rosie in our local pharmacy, the Rite Aide. 
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Have you seen a real turtle and touch it? We used to have a snapping turtle by our pond. She is gone now. I even saw and touch her babies. They are so cute. 

Monday, February 29, 2016

Squeaker the Mouse my 23rd beanie boo

I want you to meet Squeaker the mouse. Squeaker lost the cheese. I do not what happen. Maybe I play rough with Squeaker. Squeaker is my 23rd beanie boos in my collection. Squeaker's birthday is May 3rd. 
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When Squeaker on her tippy toes, she run real fast. If Squeaker is in a race, she never come last. 
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For a fun fact, I am allergic to dairy products and that includes cheese. I am getting better. I can eat cheese now but most of the time, I am careful and might break out and hives will come out on my face unexpectedly. 

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Maddie the Brown Dog my 22nd beanie boo

I want you to meet Maddie, the brown dog with a bow. Maddie's birthday is on March 28th. Maddie is my 22nd beanie boos in my collection. 
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Everyone thinks that Maddie is so cute. She prefers a dog treat instead of fruit. 
I wonder if Maddie will play with our dogs Maggie, the Pitbull and Molly the rat terrier. They are friendly dogs but sometimes they get so excited that they both bark constantly.

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How about you? Do you have a pet dog too?