Recipe: Leprechaun Bites

If you’re looking for a yummy little treat to make for St. Patrick’s Day try this easy peasy recipe for what my kids have named, Leprechaun Bites. What You’ll Need: Pretzels (twists or squares) White Chocolate Melting Wafers Rolos Green M&M’s Sprinkles (optional) What You’ll Do: Preheat oven to 200 degrees Top pretzel with 1 ... Read More

Got an Anti-Veggie Kid? We have an answer!

Veggie Bread! Do you have a carb-loving, veggie-hating kid? Here’s a great recipe to try, and as a bonus for a  great time-saver, you can use baby food from the jar instead of making your own puree! Give it a try and let us know how it works! Ingredients 2 cups whole wheat flour (or ... Read More

Homemade Valentines

This is a super fun holiday all about showing love for each other. My kids love making homemade valentines for their friends and so I rounded up our favorites for this year. Simple, cute, and cheap. WIN! Love Bug Valentine Supplies: Gummy worms (or other gummy bug) Cardstock Scissors Snack bags Stapler and staples We ... Read More

A Super Bowl Party the kids AND grown ups will enjoy!

With a little bit of planning, you can host an awesome yet family-friendly Super Bowl party this year. Take the stress out of prepping by using these low-prep and yummy ideas! Taco & Nacho Bar- People LOVE this! Load up your Crockpot with some ground beef, chicken, or pork, and let it cook all day. ... Read More

Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids Who Aren’t in School

Many of us moms have children still at home and kids at school. Some of us have toddlers and some of us home school older kids- but whatever the reason is for having kids at home I think we can all agree that it makes us a little sad inside every time a holiday comes ... Read More

Winter Snowman Craft

Here is a great craft for those cold, wet days stuck in the house. It is easy and will keep the kids busy with their own creativity! Supplies: Craft Paper Doilies (optional, could also use any kind of craft paper) Craft supplies like buttons, ribbons, glitter, googly eyes, markers, crayons, etc. Scissors Glue Cut doilies ... Read More

Slow Cooker Chili Recipe

Chili is my all-time favorite meal for the fall and winter months. I live for those cold days that only chili can make warm. I have tried many different recipes and loved almost all of them but my husband decided to try a recipe this year and it is our new go to chili! He ... Read More

Sparkling Pop(Corn)

Pop into the New Year with this yummy recipe the whole family will love! What You’ll Need: 3 Cups of Popcorn 1 Cup of Vanilla Chex 1 Cup of Pretzels 1 Cup of Dried Pineapple 8oz of White Chocolate (melted) Sprinkles to Decorate What You’ll Do: Mix all ingredients into a large bowl, cover in ... Read More

Champagne Cocktail Recipes for New Years Eve

New Years Eve and Champagne, they go together like peas and carrots. If you’re not a fan of the bubbly straight up, try some of these concoctions for your New Year’s celebration! Orange Sherbet Mimosa This would great for New Years Brunch! 1 Pint sorbet (blood orange) 1 bottle champagne Orange zest Mint (for garnish) ... Read More

We love incorporating our kids art into creative projects. We’ve mentioned before that using your child’s artwork to wrap some of your small presents throughout the year (Birthdays, Holidays..) is a great way to re-purpose and not have to actually keep the entire stash yourself. If you haven’t been saving all your childs precious art ... Read More