The Wisdom Wonder Project

 

Mom and son outside with blue sky and treesI’ve never been one to do lesson stuff with my kids. We like art – and we have a killer craft closet – but anything else almost always ends in:

✓tons of cleanup for me

✓sibling squabbles

✓aaall the frustration

I’d much rather go find stuff to do outside or around town. Hence the slogan for my blog. Go on, take a peek. I’ll wait.

But then Covid-19 turned our lives upside down. Schools are closed, going places is a joke and suddenly getting out of the house is much more challenging.

So, after a little coaxing, I ended up giving The Wisdom Wonder Project a try. The lessons have really opened my eyes to home-based learning as a worthwhile endeavor – even in our house. And here’s why.

SocialMama App profile of woman in sunglasses

SocialMama: Making Mom Friends During Covid-19

COVID-19. Quarantine. Being stuck inside your house with kids. Worry. Sickness. That on top of all the other mom stuff. It’s been a hard week, friends.

It’s times like these that we can use all the friends we can get.

Enter: SocialMama, an app that launched last year for moms looking for mom friends in their city and beyond.

Girl on a scooter telling people to shop leggings and gear

Shop My Looks

You guys!!! I’ve been approved to be an influencer for LIKEtoKNOW.it – one of the largest and most legit platforms bloggers can use for their readers to shop their looks. You can now pull up the handpicked links to exactly what I’m wearing or using in the photos I post! Cute and comfy leggings, pullovers and booties, plus all our gear!

EarthKind Stay Away Repellant all four products for spiders, mother, ants and mice stacked

EarthKind Stay Away Ant Repellant

I only have pies for you. As in, for the people in my life. So, no ants. Ya hear?! Ants are never going to be on my guest list. Ever. Obviously it’s no secret I hate ants. Like, seriously dislike them more than snakes. Which, of course, my mom will never understand. So when a gal from the all-natural pest prevention company EarthKind approached me for a review, I was like – yes ma’am, 100 percent I’ll try that. 

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Bobux Paddington Red Boot Review

Today we are reviewing the Bobux Paddington Boot in red. They are $70 for big kids and $60 for littles and so worth the money.  I’ve already received so many compliments on them, including Clara’s teacher who said her boots “were so on point” 🙂 I like that they’re made with solid materials like coated leather with a rubber finish that’s water repellent and scuff resistant. The company also took the time to find child-safe and non-toxic materials and dyes.