Breakfast. Have it in the morning, have it as brunch, make it for dinner. There is never a time that is not good for breakfast, so when we told my husband’s class we were hosting a farmhouse breakfast party, they
Inspired by the Teal Pumpkin Project, I decided to pull together a huge list of Non Candy Halloween Treats (not allergy-friendly candy, but an alternative altogether) for trick-or-treat that are generally allergy-friendly. Many of these are unconventional–in other words, they
As a military family, we live in a rental home. We do not always know when we may have to move and have to expect to be moving around frequently, so we never completely “settle in.” We have painted walls, but that isn’t always practical or possible. So what are some ways that we make our rental feel like home?
Since E is a kinesthetic learner (meaning he learns by doing rather than by hearing or seeing), it was important to me to find him some great hands-on tools for our homeschool this year. He loves STEM concepts, especially math
Clothing can be so expensive and take up so much space in your closet and drawers. What I have been working towards this past year has been to reduce the amount of clothing we have in our wardrobe while still
Back-to-school shopping can be very stressful, which is the last thing we parents need. Running from store to store, bringing the kids along, hoping you didn’t forget anything…it can be a lot of work. Save yourself some stress and try…
As summer winds down, it’s the perfect time to have a picnic. The temperatures will begin to cool off making it more comfortable to be outdoors. The scenery will begin to turn even more beautiful. To make this picnic perfect,
My son is a hands-on and very visual learner, so I try to incorporate tangible learning activities wherever I can, including in the playroom. One of his favorite hands-on activities is the Playroom Learning Tree where he is able to