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    Teaching Kids through Roleplaying Games

    Do you play Role playing Games and wish you could get your kids involved? Do ever wonder if you could be teaching them through role playing? Then you need to keep reading because this post is all about that! _______________________________________________ Affiliate Disclosure In compliance with the FTC guidelines, please assume the following about all links, posts, photos and other material on this website:Any/all of the links on this website are affiliate links of which Board Mommy Games receives a small commission from sales of certain items, but the price is the same for you.Boardmommygames.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to…

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    Board Mommy Games Quick Picks

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    Kyanalea:The Awakening

    “Weeeee!!!” Kyanalea sequealed, she swung from the tree branches weaving in and out as fast as she could. The cool air blew through her long auburn hair, “You won’t win!” she exclaimed as she raced the Black Panther, whom she called Nalia, up the ancient tree. Nalia’s long nails and cat like ways allowed her to lunge faster up the tree then Kyanalea. The race didn’t matter; Kyanalea simply loved being among nature and anywhere but the stifling confines of home. “You beat me, Nalia,” Kyanalea she gasped out of breath, “but it’s okay, I’ll get you next time.” Nalia nuzzled her face into Kyanalea hands, as they sat at…

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    Gaming as a Mom, How to have the best experience

    I know what you’re thinking, it shouldn’t be any different. Yet why do I feel like I’m the third wheel every game night? If you’ve read my about me, you know that I have two little kids. I’m also a stay at home mom, so I’m practically with them 24/7. Every Friday night we have game night, and once my two get tucked into bed, mama gets to have some fun without the kids. I look forward to Friday’s all week, but sometimes they don’t go as planned. Ever been there? They baby wakes up, the toddlers thirsty, no one wants to sleep and I end up bowing out or…