CFBA Review- House of Wolves

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This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingHouse Of WolvesThomas Nelson (August 12, 2008)byMatt BronleeweABOUT THE AUTHOR:Matt Bronleewe is a recognized producer, songwriter and author. The former member of the band Jars of Clay, has earned numerous awards producing and co-writing albums that have sold a combined total of over 20 million copies. His songs have […]

List Caddy Winners

Congratulations to Natalie and Andi! You’ve each won a List Caddy! I will be emailing you.

Here Come The Banana Splits!

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Do you remember the Banana Splits cartoon from the 60’s? Me either! But they’re making a comeback and you’ll definitely want to check them out. E.B. and I have been exploring The Banana Splits website and listening to all of the cool music they make. The website is super fun for E.B. because you can […]

My Bad.

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Although E.B. did amazingly well at school yesterday and really had a great time, it was after I dropped him off and was at home looking at the pictures I took yesterday morning that I realized I probably just caused my son to lose all of his cool points on the first day of preschool. […]

There He Goes

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“Operation Drop The Kid Off On The First Day Of School Without Bursting Into Tears And Having To Do The Walk Of Shame Back To My Car” went off without a hitch this morning. E.B. got up in a good mood, ate all of his breakfast and I dressed him in his tiny little uniform. […]

That’s Not Exactly Amore

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This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingThat’s (Not Exactly) AmoreFaithWords (August 14, 2008) byTracey Bateman ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Tracey Bateman published her first novel in 2000 and has been busy ever since. There are two other books in the Drama Queen Series, Catch A Rising Star (#1) and You Had Me At Goodbye (#2) She learned […]

Carpool Smackdown

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I never really paid any attention to carpool lines when I was teaching because the last couple of schools I taught at most of the kids either rode the bus or walked. A handful of cars picked up children at the end of the day, but nothing to warrant several pages of rules and instructions […]