KIT KAT BROWNIES
I am a desert lover! The more chocolate, the better! I am not a chef though and will admit to using pre-made (and pre-cut) cookie dough, box cake mix and box brownies. When I found this pin I thought it seemed easy enough and I liked how it right out said, use a box mix. No need to pretend like I was going to make my own batter from scratch.
TUMMY TIME ART
Tummy Time has been a staple in our day since Princess C has been home from the hospital and I think because we did it so early she became semi-used to it and now as she's gotten older she really seems to enjoy it. I found a pin that talked about Tummy Time art and I thought I would give it a go. At only 4 months, C may be a little young for this but in all honesty, the results were not bad!
FRANKENSTEIN FOOTPRINT ARTWORK
These days if you are looking for an idea to try in the kitchen or with your wardrobe or with you children chances are you have searched in Pinterest. I used Pinterest a lot when I was working at a daycare as a Lead Teacher in the 12 to 18 month classroom but there is quite a difference between a 16 month old and a 3 month old and while I've wanted to do all the cute arts and crafts with Princess C she is just much to small (which is fine, I'm not trying to rush her to grow up by any means!)
So I found myself needing new, more age appropriate ideas for her and I and being that is is October I thought it might be fun to find some Halloween themed pins. Here's the deal though, an artist I am not, and getting a 3 month old to open her toes is not as easy as you might think. So, I did my best.
Since I am now a "grown up" with a child of my own, it is time I stopped relying on my parents to pay for parties I want to throw. But that also means I am finding out just how expensive it is throw parties! This Sunday we are celebrated Princess C's Baptism and this is the first "real" party I have been in full control of, both theme wise and bill wise.