Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to do something a little extra special for the kids–something that will make them feel loved. These Cupid’s Arrow String Cheese Valentine’s Day snacks were…
It all began a little over a year ago…my journey to publishing my very first coloring book, “Let’s Color Together.” You can learn more about my book here. To get you a little more acquainted with my book, I decided
Truth be told, my boys will not always eat what I serve them. They can be picky. Sure, they love fruits and vegetables, but I don’t want to serve them only carrots and oranges and grapes every. single. day. SO,
Let me tell you a little secret. Sometimes I get a little stingy when I am making crafts–spending time, spending money…I love making things that are really quick, really cheap, a little quirky, and don’t require a lot of skill.
My boys are both very engineer-minded. They love to build and design. Both are getting more and more into art as well. I want to encourage them to keep practicing engineering, so we come up with activities like this Building
Crafts you can eat. Could there be anything more wonderful? These Christmas snack ideas are sure to brighten up lunch or snack time during the holiday season. The best part? They’re a healthier option and kid-friendly. These candy canes, Christmas trees, snowflakes, reindeer, and…
Throughout the year, I love to decorate with seasonal decor. This time I was really looking for something fun and classy that could hang on the wall, so I came up with this Frosted Frames winter home decor. My
Growing up, I always loved baking and eating Christmas cookies. Especially the easy Christmas cookies like spritz. I decided to make some delicious poinsettia-shaped spritz cookies–two of my favorite things about the winter season. (PS, these can totally pass for