Searching for comfort and great sound quality in headphones? Look no further than Aerial7 Tank DIY, which allows your inner artist to design your very own headset. Do it yourself with the included markers, or […]


Post image for Kidz Inc.- Extending the Learning Process with Books and More!

Give a child a book and a whole world opens up to that child. I’m paraphrasing something I have heard from others. Books are treasures. Books open up new worlds for children and adults. In […]


Do you all remember this post I wrote earlier this month about Richard Marx Greatest Hits being released? Well, guess what? I got a copy! I was so totally over the moon. Like I said […]


I love music. Music has the ability to evoke many emotions. It can make you happy, sad, or nostalgic. If I had to choose my favorite type of music I’d probably say late 80s into […]

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Name Your Tune

by Liza Corbo

  This is my 4 year old, Sonny. He’s got quite the personality.  He’s the type of kid who likes to make up a song and dance to entertain people, and has named each and […]


Danish milk-maid

Hasidic Mom and Singer, Chanale, performs the songs she writes about her faith and her children to all-female audiences worldwide…and then blogs about them. What does it mean to be truly satisfied? Lately I have […]


Harry Connick Jr. and his daughter, Kate.

As parents, we all want to instill a sense of heritage into our children. Whether we’re starting from scratch, hoping to create a new story for our kids or we’re drawing from the past and […]

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BlogHer’s first ever Flash Mob took over the lunch hall at the San Diego Convention Center rocking with finely timed steps to Lady Gaga’s Edge Of Glory. This fabulous flash mob, code named Operation Glory, […]



”When you love someone who suffers from the disease of addiction you await the phone call. There will be a phone call. The sincere hope is that the call will be from the addict themselves, […]


Sanctus Real - Pieces of a Real Heart

Every time I slip behind the steering wheel, I turn on our local Christian radio station. More often than not, the songs that play are just what my beaten up soul needs. The first time […]