If you have kids that are into Roblox like mine are then this is a perfect gift idea for you! David Jagneaux has written a book that will teach your children how to build their own world within the Roblox game. For my daughter who is 12 the book had some great tips but, she had taught herself a lot of what was in the book already! My son Korbyn and Paityn who are 8 and 10 found the book to be a lot more helpful for them. There were a ton of things that were new to those two.
Shanda Bauman, Professional “Midwest Blogger and Life Style Expert,” has three very active children, from ages 12 and under. She’s a busy single mama, spending most of her days running after her kiddos in Grand Rapids, Michigan and is a lifestyle coach for Le-Vel promoting Thrive.
If you have not been to an Olga’s Kitchen before you are missing out!!! This is my kids favorite place to eat. It’s all because of the Olga bread they serve!!!! Here is a photo of the Olga bread! The picture does not do it justice. It’s amazing!! It tastes like a sweet soft pita. It’s thick and served very warm. My kids each order a slice along with their food!!! Check out their menu here!! The other thing my kids love is the chicken tender kids meal!!! Here are all the other selections they offer!!
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Selecting a term
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