Halloween is just around the corner. My kids have been counting down the days so I thought it would be fun to through together some fun Halloween crafts for us to do over fall break. These are easy crafts that you probably have all the supplies for at home making them perfect for mom and the kids. Now the tough decision, which one to make first?
I love Fall. Not only for the crisp air and the beautiful color changing leaves, I love fall for the food. It’s true. It’s that time of year that apple and pumpkin everything make life that much sweeter. There are a few recipes that I make every fall and I had to share them with you. Enjoy!
There are so many allergies out there and when kids have these allergies it can get hard for them to enjoy their Halloween safely. So be that house that hands out something every kid can love this year and enjoy! Here are over 30 different Halloween treats you can hand out this year that aren’t candy!
During the year 2020, many people got on the bandwagon of sourdough starts and then making everything under the sun with sourdough! This recipe would be perfect to try out with your sourdough start. If you don’t have one, chances are your friends or family do! Check this yummy recipe out.
This year has already proven we’re going to have crazy busy mornings especially with having to do two little girl’s hair before school starts! So I wanted to share with you guys what we’ve done to make for easier mornings with some quick hair ideas!
It’s almost October which means Halloween is just around the corner. My kids LOVE Halloween. They look forward to the costumes, candy, parades and parties. If you’re a parent, you may be stressed about these things, but if you start now you can actually enjoy this season! Here are 5 ways you can save money on your Halloween costumes this year.
It’s soccer/sports season and for us that means lots of game nights with little time to cook dinner and get it on the table. So I’ve thrown together some dump freezer meals! What is that you might ask? Basically, you take all of your ingredients and “dump” them into a Ziploc Gallon Bag and freeze them. Then when it is time, you can take all of the contents, throw it into the crock pot and cook. No effort on your part. And if you are doing it during the first few weeks after a new baby or your busy months, it’s easy enough that any member of your family can do it- so you don’t have to. So here are a few of our family’s favorite dump recipes.
My kids are so hungry when they get home from school. If they don’t eat a snack pretty quickly after they get home, I have some really hangry kids on my hands. Thinking of new snacks to have for the kids is the worst, so take this list and you won’t have to stress! Here are some super easy and healthy snacks that your kids (and you!) will enjoy.
We love family movie nights! That means we tend to buy a lot of our favorites when I find them on sale. With that I started to realize we were running out of room but even after clearing out the ones we don’t watch anymore, it still wasn’t enough space. So I decided to make the switch and take all my DVD’s out of their cases and use DVD sleeves!