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Thursday, February 6, 2014

5 Winter Entertainment Ideas

Stuck indoors during this cold winter? 
Here are our top 5 ways to stay entertained.
1. Online games
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2. Crafts
Check out our super cute Valentine wreath or make it a St. Patrick's day themed one with green ribbon and green candies, such as m&ms.
3. Movies
These are some great movies to watch at home.
Read our reviews of
Thor: The Dark World hits Digital 3D and Digital HD February 4 and 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray and DVD February 25
4. Reading
Try one of these books. 
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
My teen son loved Ready Player One so much he has read it twice. He was excited to tell me all about it. It is in the Science FictionDystopian‎ genre.

Sycamore Row by John Grisham
It is not an in depth read, but a good, quick, page turner (perfect for moms without a lot of time!). It is a sequel so has the same main character, Jake Brigance, from A Time To Kill (the one that was made into the movie with Matthew McConaughey and Samuel L. Jackson). 
Suggested by our friend, Natalie Gasiorowski, from Macaroni Kid Lake Orion/Rochester Hills 

The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty
#1 New York Times best seller suggested by Mom Among Chaos follower, Kristie.
5. Board games
We tried out some fun adult board games recently. We enjoyed playing Battle of the Sexes & Cards Against Humanity on New Year's Eve.
A new game we liked from our trip to the Chicago Toy & Game Fair is Schmovie.
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