Category Archives: the book nook

good reads, good days

June is moving way too fast I think…. My days are full, more than normal; still adjusting to new schedules and routines for our family.  Each week is better and we’re moving into a rhythm that feels right. As much as possible, I’m trying to soak up the beauty and freedom of summer days. Resisting the […]

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10 of our Favorite Gardening Books for Preschoolers

This past winter (so glad that’s behind us!), I posted a list of 10 of our favorite preschool winter books. A reader emailed in asking if I would consider other posts like this one, and today I’m happy to share more of our favorites, this time around gardening! Now, you must know I am not […]

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Introducing Zeezok Music Curriculum :: a review and giveaway!

I won’t ever forget the day our 8-yr old little guy was just a toddler of 16 months or so, and sat stacking blocks while I played the piano. As Mom plunked out a tune, he began humming a familiar hymn — on pitch. I paused, and listened as he carried on with verse, then chorus, […]

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what I’m reading: E-Myth, Replenish, The Living Page

this post contains affiliate links; see full disclosure here As you all know, I am a HUGE lover of books and reading, and usually have several going at once (not always the smartest idea).  What may be less known is that I hardly ever read fiction unless it’s to review books I’ve asked my children […]

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Introducing Favado and $5 Dinners :: plus a HUGE All-Clad Cookware giveaway!

I’m definitely thrilled to introduce Domestic readers to this week’s giveaway! Today, we focus on some of my favorites:  saving money, cooking, and family dinner time. Several bloggers from Inspired Bloggers Network have teamed together with Favado and $5 Dinners (more on them below) to equip you with tips and inspiration to make dinner time with the family a […]

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10 of our favorite preschool winter books

{post contains affiliate links; see disclosure here} We’re all BIG readers here, and I can’t believe there is only one kiddo left who needs to learn just how all those letters and sounds turn into words he can read. Soon enough…and I’m not really rushing it.  Until then, we’re all happy to read to him. […]

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