Mommy-To-Be Baby Shower Gift Ideas: BabySteps Scratch-Off Calendar

Baby shower gift scratch off calendar

Finding unique mommy-to-be baby shower gift ideas can sometimes be difficult. However, recently we discovered this gift idea that is not only entertaining & educational, but also whimsical! There is a lot of information that doctors, other mothers and the internet can give us, but being able to give all three (info, trivia and tips) as a gift at a baby shower is a unique twist. In reviewing this BabySteps Scratch-Off Calendar, we tried to look at it as we do when creating our baby shower invitation designs…

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Holiday Gift Ideas for the Geek Dad

The geek father is a tough one to shop for. Here at Lil’ Duck Duck we have a couple of geek dads, and we asked them what they most wanted to receive for Christmas. Here are their Holiday Gift Ideas for the Geek Dad!   Doctor Who 17 oz. Figural Tardis Mug Doctor Who has been around for a LONG time but in 2005 the series found new life and has once again become a cultural touchstone. Here you can have a nice ceramic mug modeled…

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Veggie Tales Game Review: Step by Story – Larry’s Missing Music

Veggie Tales Game Review: Step by Story – Larry’s Missing Music My son loves to help me review games! He will take any chance he has to get his hands on the coveted controller or iPod Touch. So today’s assignment was Veggie Tales: Step by Story – Larry’s Missing Music. Developed under license by Playful Owl, LLC, the game has a very simple goal: To help kids from 2 – 6, or pre reading to early reading, form sentence structure, form associations and help lay…

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Lil’ Duck Duck Reviews Pistachio: The Little Boy that Woodn’t

Lil’ Duck Duck Reviews Pistachio: The Little Boy that Woodn’t There is one thing that I have always been hesitant about when it comes to entertainment produced by a Christian organization. Normally the production values have been skimpy, the special effects laughable, and the premise of being taken seriously has always been watered down by a clear lack of original thinking. Products that come to mind are the “Guitar Praise” computer game, the “Left Behind: Eternal Forces” PC game, and even the Left Behind movies.…

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Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Deluxe Edition (Classic Seuss) can inspire anyone who is entering a new phase of life – college, professional life, marriage, highschool – the sky’s the limit!   While Dr. Seuss’s books are popularly known as children’s books, this book can touch older people deeply. Several years ago, I attended a luncheon for college seniors, and a professor read this book to the graduating class.  As I scanned the faces of the graduates there, I could see that they were touched by…

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Our FLOR Customizable Area Rug – The Duck Review

I must admit that I was eager to try out the FLOR customizable area rug from the get go. Seeing limited offerings in flooring stores while shopping for new carpet and tile had piqued my interest – however since the offerings were so limited, I did not look at the option of customizable area rugs or wall to wall carpeting (piece by piece) as a serious option.  Then came FLOR! They have many options and varieties of fabrics and colors. The Instructions, Packaging and Installation:…

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Easter Ham Special from Honey Baked Ham

Easter is such a wonderful celebration and we love to have a special dinner to add to the other celebrations of the day… Easter Egg Hunts, Church Worship Service and a special family dinner with a Honey Baked Ham and all the fixings :). The flavor and the moistness of their hams is beyond comparison to any other brands we have tried. Their side dishes are always tasty when they have samples in the store when I pick up either our Easter ham or the…

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Children’s Drawing Software Program Review

Children’s Drawing Software Program Review Casual games are all the rage now, and the kids gaming and educational market are no exception. There is a lot to be said for introducing a child to basic technology skills early and you can certainly do worse than Sabi’s ItzaBitza. The game has an impressive drawing recognition program that makes the experience great for kids that have little or no drawing experience. The game is toted as a great assistant for helping kids learn to read and to…

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