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
Teaching emotions to kids can have a lot of benefits. My boys had fun with their LEGO emotions activities, so we created our own activity using balloons. The other day at church we had the kids stay in nursery while
Laundry It’s a word most parents cringe at. There is just. so. much. of. it. Always. Then you get to that pile of socks and you are just done. That is one thing you just don’t want to tackle.
It’s what makes the world go ’round. Or…at least it seems that way sometimes. When I think of coffee, I think art, socializing, relaxing, baked goods (you know, because pastries and cakes just go with coffee!) When I heard of the NEW Dunkin’ Donuts’ VANILLA CUPCAKE flavored coffee….oh. my. goodness. Party in my mouth. I had to share with others.
I received product to facilitate this party. All opinions and ideas are my own. Ohhh the wondrous ocean. It’s so magnificent and colorful. The diversity of creatures and plants is astounding to me. When I realized my kids share the
In 10 Simple Steps. Once upon a time…I used to be terrible at telling my kids stories. So I didn’t. A few weeks ago, my oldest son finally asked me to tell him a story. I have been avoiding this
Remember my Star Wars Party from last week? Did you see the cool glow stick lightsabers? My boys absolutely loved these because they were a craft, a decoration, and a toy. As promised, I am sharing my tutorial with you all! It