Upon finding out I was pregnant, I emerged myself in every resource that was available to better prepare myself for what awaited me in Motherhood. Cover to cover reading plans and embarrassing amounts of “A Baby Story” viewings, I thought I had some concept of what was on the other side. But there are some things that caught me off guard...I never understood the statement “Your greatest ministry is at home” until now.
Swork is located in Eagle Rock, CA and has had its doors open since 2001 with a mission statement to create a creative and friendly neighborhood environment with great coffee and tasty baked goods to go with it. But their exotic coffees and delicious baked goods (try the blueberry or lemon poppyseed muffin if you're in town) isn't what separates them from the rest. "I think kids add flavor to swork. Eventually, even the hipsters have kids and while they may not appreciate Swork prior to kids-TRUST ME they will AFTER having them." - Trisha, Founder of Swork
Spring has come and summer is near so cool down with the Zoku Quick Pop Maker and Social Media kit! Thanks to our friends at Zoku, we were given the opportunity to put this little machine to the test with the help of Alynna, age 8, and Julia, age 4. Finding ingredients for the Zoku Quick Pop Maker was easy and convenient and we had most of what we needed already in the fridge!
With emerging technology comes new and exciting ways to stimulate a child's mind and play. It's an exciting time for inventors, educators, programmers, and those a like. And when it comes to creating Robots controlled by your smartphone or tablet, the company named Orbotix is paving the way for the generations to come.
Charity: Water rose from the wells of New York City in 2006 by club and fashion event promoter Scott Harrison. Living a life of “luxury” Scott seemed to have it all. His nice cars and comfortable six figure salary only put him into, what he likes to call, spiritual bankruptcy. So, in 2004, Scott decided to give it all up, revive his lost Christian Faith, and leave the bright lights with one question in mind, “What would the opposite of my life look like?”.