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Beautiful much the same as homescapes. The layout of the house is the same but there's various choices. You can definitely tell that english is a second language (perhaps 3rd or 4th lol). If you like homescapes you'll love this (although I would much rather recommend "matchington mansion".)
The android game is ok but it don't give u any support or surport on it I've been waiting now over a week 4help I had to cum on here and obtain the email address wch I've dun twice now and still had no email bk if I dnt hear soon I'm going to delete android game I do like android game if I had support and surport wen it go poor thank u
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Finally. It's a new look at mobile farm games. I liked that you don't need re-buy out of stock crops for diamonds. I liked the system with cutting down trees for energy too. And of course amazing hunt for hedgehogs and frogs to replenish energy. I building houses and transplant my fruit trees at now. it looks great!
I think it's a amazing game: beautiful quick progress, interesting quests, several ways of getting energy, however sometimes it takes time to obtain required materials, but I like challenges 😉 And huge thanks for these little in-game android games like Bubble Pop - hold it up!
I love this family tree book. I chose this one because my mom had one exactly like this. So far, this is the most detailed fill-out Genealogy book I have is family tree book has a dark green exterior. It has 142 pages. It has room to go back 6 generations on each side of the family and in another section there is room to add siblings of yourself, parents, and ere is also a lot of zone for additional information, such as citizenship records, weddings, where ancestors have lived, homes you have lived in, schools and graduations, military service records, family traditions, and more. At the end of the book, there is also six pages for you to put photographs on.I found that some family history books lean more towards a woman filling these books out (by having “Your Genealogy” and “Your Husband’s Genealogy”); however, this book does not do that. It is split into “Wife’s Genealogy” and “Husband’s Genealogy,” and I much prefer ere is not a lot of room to fill out info about older generations. The fourth generation lines have room for date of birth, put of birth, occupation (for the grandfather) and unique interests (for the grandmother). I used the unique interests line to write the marriage date of those family members. For the fifth generations, there is no set zone to write in birth and death dates. There is an additional line under each name, so I used this for the dates. By the sixth generation, each set of amazing amazing amazing grandparents only obtain a single line for his/her name.I would say this book focuses primarily on your generation and your parent’s generation. It is more of a record on latest family happenings than following your history all the method back.
This book is tedious and unnecessarily repetitious. It has you fill out the same info 3-4 times, and only gives you zone for up to 5 generations (total). More than that, this book is for specifically heterosexual white and European linage. If you are LGBTQI, this is not for you. You can begin at your parents, and move backward, but if you wish to trace you and your partner together, be prepared to cross out wife a lot if you're gay, and husband a lot if you're a lesbian. Also, not for People of Color. Beyond the excessive and unnecessary vintage pictures of white people throughout the book, this doesn't really give you the capacity to authentically record your history. It is very much focused toward a white person's history, and not much room for anything else.I don't recommend it.
I read the reviews, and I expected more. The book itself is very beautiful and sturdy. The fact you begin from a husband and wife is ok, if that works for you, but the pages inside, a lot of are redundant and some just seem like saying the same things in various ways. I will use it, but it is not even close to what I was hoping for, even after reading description. Just my thoughts. It has pages for all your addresses where you ..or the husband and wife have lived. Religious organizations. I think this is better suited for a husband and wife just getting married and a book to hold track of life, rather than a book to talk about lives already lived. If than makes sense. For that, I would give a higher rating for that use.
My grandmother gave me one of these exact same books when I was a kid, to hold me busy one day. I was too young to know how to fill it out properly, or even be able to, really. I'm glad I found this again and ordered a fresh one. Now that I'm a married adult, this has created both keeping record of mine and my husband's families a fun project, and has also opened the door to asking questions of my extended family I never thought to ask before, and I've learned a lot! The format lends itself specifically to a married couple filling it out - it beautiful much begins with the info on said married couple, and then you follow the sections to fill it out based on the family of each spouse. So if you're single or only wishing to record one family lineage this may not be the best product for you, you'll have a bunch of pages you won't need to fill out. For me, it's perfect.
I am going through this book and writing things down now, and I haven't even gone through much and have already found several typos. On the husband ancestral chart and wife's ancestral chart for the mother's mother it says Father's Full name. (So it says father twice) and in another spot it says to list "Grandfather, her brothers and sisters, and their Children"More than half of the book is random things - you can list automobiles you've had, favorite memories, reunions, religion, homes owned, weddings, unique friends, pets, favorite things, collections and heirlooms, favorite sports, favorite hobbies, vacations, traditions, happenings to remember, illnesses, vital statics.... so that seems to be most of the book, not necessarily for the family tree stuff, which is more of what I was if you don't mind the typos and wish a bunch of random info about your family, you'd definitely like this book. The quality of the book overall is amazing and I like the quality of the paper as well.
So a lot of locations where duplicate information is expected to be entered. I looked for the best locations to enter data and crossed out the duplicate pages. So a lot of typos like it saying amazing grandfather when it's supposed to be great-great-grandfather section, and father section twice but no mother so you end up correcting a lot of places. Only allows for 5 generations of genealogy data, but a lot of pages of current data I won't use. It's not a poor deal for the price, but really [email protected]#$%! had been designed better for historical purposes.
I first opened the book to search that I was looking at the latest page of the book upside down....!What Crap..! LOLSomeone bonded & glued the book backwards as well as upside guratively, since this book was a birthday gift, I'm going to have to return the book for a fresh one which I hope it will be the right side though, the amazing thing was that the overall book contents was really cool with dozens to fill out & multiple coverage of all history for both a Mom's & Dad's sides of the Family. It is a thick book & nice cover.A amazing thing to have.If the replacement book comes in the mail with no problems, I think I'll order a couple more for my mom & mother-in-law.
Book is ok. I feel like a lot is repetitive information. And it has an error as you can tell from the picture. It has father listed twice instead of mother and father. This is a small bit disappointing. I’ve already started writing in it otherwise I would send back.
Just started reading, Getting a second possibility at love is a amazing blessing. One must always hold in mind though that when two previously married people marry again, there is always that challenge of blending in with each other's previous kids. Amazing book so far.
Amazing ry goes into every scenario imaginable when dealing with a blended family.I would recommend to family and mates with blended families.
What a amazing book!! Recommend it to all with blended families. Very informative and useful information!!
Unbelievable book that truly understands the challenges of raising a blended family and the best solutions to overcome those obstacles. A must read!
This is a fabulous guide, must read for today’s blended families, immensely informative and simple to read! Very well written!
Amazing Read! Blending a family is not easy, this book was amazing it gave me a lot of insight and and helpful information!
Extremely helpful tip on family and connecting step families! This was extremely helpful read!
Really required this book right now! I recommend itIf you are dealing with how to obtain through to your fresh found family (children). Ms. Bryant did a amazing job explaining in a easy and understandable method some of the key problems that will pop up in every blended family. Thank you!
I have to admit my surprise with so a lot of positive reviews - this book can only be described as BASIC. I suppose if you have never had children of your own perhaps this is the book for you. But it spends so much time informing the reader about primary parenting skills (what every kid needs) I found myself saying out loud "well, duh!" as I read it. I am disappointed to search no true special info or deeper discussions of the complexity of emotions that go with undertaking step-parenting.
Getting a second possibility at love is a amazing blessing. One must always hold in mind though that when two previously married people marry again, there is always that challenge of blending in with each other's previous is book provides helpful info on what one might expect from stepchildren. It contains the typical reaction of kids from varying ages. Also there are steps and suggestions on how to become a better stepparent; like not overstepping your role versus that of the biological mother, establishing connection first before attempting to instill discipline ( how to discipline should be talked over first with the biological parent) etc.Quite a helpful book if you need a psychological, practical boost to starting the role of becoming a stepparent.
I am currently dating a man with three kids. I am the first person he dated that will be involved with the children lives. Neither he nor his ex-wife have a amazing understanding of this whole step family relationship thing. Having read a couple of other books about kids and stepfamilies I am especially enjoying the common sense guidance that this book is providing for locations I might need to approach in discussion to create a appropriate plan for a successful blending of our relationships. There were things I didn't think of that have helped me figure out how I feel about what role I should play, as well as what is appropriate to expect from the kids.
I purchased this book for a mate who is struggling to adjust with her fresh blended e book is really a amazing tutorial for her and will give her some light on how to obtain along with her step children. Her situation is not easy, as what I understood on the discussions in this e has to compromise some things for the harmony of her fresh found family. This book will support resolve some problems that most step parents have come across when trying to cope and adjust with a blended family.A useful book in my opinion.
I have been in a step family since high school. And it has been tough dealing with my stepfather. Small did I know, they too had a hard time dealing with the step family. What I love about this book is that the author was able to explain some common scenarios when in a step family. The hints and the do's and don'ts discussed are helpful, especially if I got to read this book method back. But overall, this is a amazing read, especially those who are in a step family.
To be a stepparent is a very difficult thing. The children are stubborn and they don't accept you easily. I need something to support me. I bought this book with low expectations, but the book delivered a solid information. First you need to understand the expectations in blended families. you need to have a very amazing understanding behavior. The most necessary thing is to prioritise your marriage. Family comes first. This book has a amazing value and it is a unbelievable gift. The style of the book is amazing and easy. It is a unbelievable book.
Excelent.A mini bible on a family therapist I am confronted with all manner of family problems, if more re-composed families would have read this book before taking on the challenge of becoming or being with a stepparent, a lot of family therapists would have less work.If you are or might soon be in this situation, then this book is for you.
Candidly, I am neither a stepparent nor a stepchild. But, why did I obtain this book? The basic reason for this is because I wish to understand why there are prevailing conflicts among stepparents and stepchildren. And real to what I expected from this book, I now clearly understand why. There must be some kind of guidelines that need to be addressed in establishing harmony for a relationship like this. All these things are discussed in this book.
I found this book very useful in my journey of becoming a gift parent in a blended family. This book however needs the care of an editor. It's clear that while the ideas are thoughtful and helpful, the format and presentation leave something to be desired.
I read this while deployed and one year after I married my second time. This has given me such insight as to some of the mistakes I have already created and shown me why they were mistakes. But it also gave me hope that even though statistically we have a possibility of success, we can still create this family work.
This is a amazing starting point in understanding how a dynasty trust can work. I am inclined to make a one size fits all liquid asset dynasty trust for the not good and middle class. Investing very little weekly amounts of cash over 3 decades and letting it sit and compile interest for another 7 decades tax free will setup future generations for success.
This is a life-changing book. Whether your family has any cash to pass down to succeeding generations or not, there is a lot of info on how to preserve your family's human and intellectual value that is more necessary than financial wealth. We will be making some changes in the method we do things in our family.We told both our adult kids that they required to buy the book. We are in our 70's and a small old to implement this in our training our kids now, but we see that our generation is where it should start, and we will encourage our children to begin taking Mr. Hughes' suggestions.
Whether or not you have billions or just a nest egg or even a little family business this book is a must read. The sections on family governance and why valuing each family member as human and intellectual capital is so important. The concept that each family member should be satisfied and pursuing their goals is refreshing and key to maintaining wealth long term. My family has stories in our history of how we went terribly wrong and the next generation had to begin all over again. If preserving a legacy for 7 generations and beyond is one of your core values than this is the tome for you.Full of examples and direct easy management info it is a book for the family library.
Studying this book and sharing copies of it with some of my cousins really opened my eyes to the potential in my extended family. We don't have substantial financial wealth, though there are a few deep pockets. We have several people in my generation who have achieved outstanding success in life, including one who's a major general in the Troops and another who is a star on re than that, we have six generations of people who are used to knowing each other and working together because of a piece of recreation property that my great-grandfather bought 100 years at property has kept us together for 100 years but it won't be enough for another 100 years. This book got me thinking about what we can do for the next 100 years, and I see lots of opportunity to develop the "human capital" in this family and to back those things with financial st of all, this book stimulated my thinking "outside the box" and provided the springboard for family discussions that will allow my siblings and cousins and I make something with the potential to hold making this family stronger for another half-dozen r that, I think buying this book was probably the very best family investment I could make.
I really enjoyed most of this book, although toward the end it says these principles are mostly beneficial for very huge fortunes, I think most families could learn from the concepts.
Eye-opening tip and insight from the godfather of purposeful estate planning. We're all "ancestors in training." If you'd like to create a large difference for future generations, read this classic.