If you’re a busy mom like me and don’t have a lot of time for fancy cooking or recipes that have more than 10 ingredients, then you’re going to love this quick Greek Chicken Bowl that is both healthy and delicious. [Read more…]
It’s TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK! Today we’re sharing this super cute and fun DIY Crayon Wreath that you and your child can make together to give to your favorite teacher.
If you have kids in school or you’ve ever homeschooled your kids, helped with homework, reading, and projects, then you’ve almost always thanked God (under your breathe, of course) that they’d be going back to school the next day. Or when you’re struggling to teach your kid something you don’t even understand yourself, you’ve almost always thrown your hands up and said (to yourself, of course) “your teacher can show you how to do this!” [Read more…]
Today I’m sharing one of my new favorite dinner recipes your whole family will just love. It’s relatively quick and easy and it’s meatless. My homemade Veggie Ramen Bowl is a much healthier version without the seasoning pack and extra sodium but still has the same great taste. Try it tonight and thank me later! [Read more…]
Earth Day is just around the corner and we’ve got you covered with a list of 10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day with Kids. If you haven’t already, take the opportunity to talk to your kids about Earth day and why it’s so important they learn about all the different ways they too can help preserve our planet. Keep it simple and make it fun. We’ve got some great ideas that will get your kids interested in observing the wonderful world around them while also learning to appreciate the what it has to offer .
Easter is this weekend and I don’t know about you but my little one is counting the days until the Easter Bunny comes. We love to celebrate this joyous day with lots of family time and, of course, egg hunts, baskets overflowing with yummy goodies, and a few fun family activities. I just added this East Bingo to our Etsy shop and it’s on sale so grab it while you can! [Read more…]
This week I’m sharing a special Easter Handprint Card that’s perfect for parents, grandparents, teachers, or any loved ones you wish to celebrate Easter with. Handprint cards are one of my favorite ways to mark the time in a child’s life.
One of my favorite household cleaning hacks is the Magic Eraser. You can clean just about anything in your home with it including permanent marker stains! Today on the blog we’re sharing this list of 20 Household Items You Can Clean with a Magic Eraser!
I use Magic Erasers to clean just about everything in my house— they’re easy and affordable and there’s no hassle. Over the years, I’ve found that they work on just about any surface. This tiny sponge may feel soft in your hands but it’s designed to remove the toughest of stains. When using a Magic Eraser, always remember to use gloves and do a test spot if you want to avoid a problem. [Read more…]
St. Patricks’s Day is this week and I’m sharing one of my new favorite traditions with you because I just love how cute this St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Basket is.
As the mom of a 6 year old boy, I just love making every holiday as special as possible so why stop at St. Patrick’s Day? In the morning, I make rainbow pancakes or waffles topped with whip cream, lucky charms, and sprinkles. The night before, I make green lemonade and rainbow ice cubes to go with breakfast. [Read more…]
One of my new favorite ways to make St.Patricks Day fun for my 6 year old is doing a treasure hunt that leads to a pot of gold, so to speak. I gather fun green-themed items, chocolate gold coins, beads, money, and other silly things I can put in a plastic cauldron and I hide it somewhere in the house. These St. Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt Clues make finding the pot of gold much more fun and entertaining. [Read more…]
Happy March ya’ll! We’re almost a quarter of the way through 2022 but not before we celebrate yet another fun holiday. We’ve got another fun game for you— it’s a St. Patrick’s Day Bingo that’s easy to print right from home, laminate, and reuse as many times as you want. [Read more…]