Do you guys remember in elementary school when you used to get homemade peanut butter bars? I sure do! We would get a bar and a carton of milk. I would always hope to get the biggest bar out of the group. Yes, they were that good. In today’s schools they don’t get these homemade bars anymore. They are pre-packaged treats that aren’t near as good. So, I’ve decided I need to make these as an after school treat for my kiddos. I found a recipe that I love. However, I’ve changed a few things and made a different frosting to make them absolutely delicious. I always get compliments on them. So thank you Six Sisters Stuff and Aunt Cindy for your recipes, because when you pair them together you get perfection.
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We all know that there is no such thing as normal anymore. We have all been taking to calling it “the new normal.” Although your kids probably faced the end of last year from their computers at home, the new year is starting up for some and getting ready to start up for others, so we may as well be ready for it!
With this crazy thing we call life hitting hard right now, many of us are doing what we can to spend time together. I know, I know…we are all spending a lot of time together. The thing is though, spending time alone on a date with your special someone is still important. It is so very crucial to have that time together.
It’s that time of year when kids are getting (somewhat) ready for school. I know a lot of kids will be spending the first term home learning, but a good portion are still going in-person to school. That’s where the school clothes and accessories come into play. Are you ready? If you still need to do some clothes shopping, here are some tips to help you save some money.
By now most of us know the plan for school. Our district has the option of in-person for 2 days and at home for 3 so that means all of us are going to be doing some sort of home school with our kids. We’re now 2 weeks from our first day of school so we’re taking this weekend and getting everything ready at home for a smooth transition. Here’s the plan:
We just got final word that our kiddos will be having at-home school 3 days out of the week. Which means I’ve got to get organized and ready! Last school year we were thrown into the at-home school, but this time we have some time to get ready and make it as successful as possible. I’ve found there were a few items that helped the kids learn. Here are 5 items you might consider grabbing now so you can start off your school year right.
It’s summer and my kids keep telling me they are hungry. It’s exhausting. Anyone else feel that way? I’ve decided I need a long list of items that the kids can choose from and just go grab. Some items I have to make and prepare, but a lot of them are grab and go snacks- which is easy on everyone. These would be great for at-home school which is coming in a few weeks too. I notice if my kids aren’t hungry, they work and learn a lot better.