The following is a review written entirely by Truck. I have been working on getting him excited about writing and having some responsibility with our website, since his ultimate goal in life is to become a YouTuber. The post is all by him, grammar, opinions, colors, etc. Hi i’m truck wey truck you might ask?Well… Continue reading Truck tells us why we shouldn’t panic
I am part of a group on Facebook that is filled with fellow gameschoolers. It's a great place to learn about different games and find out what might be the best game for a particular topic or age. The group is also an enabling site, making me feel like I need to own all the games.… Continue reading Don’t Panic!
Guess what happens when an immune compromised child goes to kindergarten and is popular? He gets to share germs with everyone and ends up staying at home sick for a lot of time, barely a few weeks into school. As a result, games have been put on hold for the most part. We've wanted to play,… Continue reading So…
I seriously thought this posted in August. I was wrong. I apologize. Please read this and pretend it’s August. So last week school started. For N, T has some kind of schoolwork pretty much daily all year. (Ask him how he feels about it. I dare you!) N was able to ride on a big… Continue reading Back to School is here! (A little late!)
There are only 4 days left to back this Kickstarter, but I have been wanting to share about it. Magical Kitties Save the Day is a fun RPG that has you creating adorable (if you want them to be) kitties to help solve situations. I will be honest, we haven't done much of the role playing… Continue reading Kitties can be Magical
I might just have a new favorite game to play! Don't get me wrong-I enjoy playing almost all games (war games aren't something I can get into), but this new game...there's something about it that just hooks you. One thing about going to a game convention, you get to learn about other publishers of games,… Continue reading New Favorite?
In the past 5 years, I've learned how to balance many things on my proverbial plate. Doctors, specialists, therapies, play time, nap time, life. It really is amazing how you learn to do so many things when you have a child that is considered medically fragile. You look at him and wouldn't realize it, but… Continue reading Balancing act