Stuck at home with your toddler and preschooler looking for things to do or treats to make? Here's a collection of Sesame Street themed crafts and snacks. These crafts are easy for toddlers and preschoolers and these snacks require In addition, Sesame Workshop has provided some wonderful resource for how to deal with our current situation and our kids and I'll be sharing more info on it down below as well. We're all in this together!
Frozen fever is still very real in our house. We have daily sing alongs to "Let it Go" and "Into the Unknown", I've practically perfected "ohhhh" if I do say so myself. We weren't able to see Frozen 2 but we watched it after it was released on Blu-ray and all I can say is WOW! So fun to see how the animation of these characters; Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven, has evolved since Frozen, Frozen Fever and even Olaf's Frozen Adventure. The songs are beautiful and heartfelt and unlike the first installment, Frozen 2 really pulls on the heartstrings, my husband laughed at me when it was over because he saw that I was crying during a particularly emotional scene. No spoilers here don't worry. To keep the celebration of Frozen going I'm sharing three activities you can do with your family!
One of my favorite days of the year is almost here! March 2nd, aka Dr. Seuss Day! I am a huge fan of all things Seuss and I love celebrating him each year. When I worked at a daycare I made sure my class got to enjoy "green eggs and ham" and we made Seuss themed crafts. Now as a mom I make sure we attend as many Seuss-themed events in the area as we can! This post is dedicated to food, Seuss food, that is. I've rounded up 13 Seuss inspired foods to help you celebrate Dr. Seuss Day (Read Across America Day)
I'm not a one who meal plans. I grocery shop and try to think ahead 2 or 3 nights and for the rest of the week kind of just wing it. I often find myself searching the internet for recipes that include the odd ball mix of ingredients that I happen to have on hand. I was hesitant to try Hello Fresh as I wasn't sure if it was for "non-cooks" like myself but I found myself pleasantly surprised.
I'm in no means a "food blogger" I don't really fancy myself as a cook either. But every once in a while I find a meal that is super easy to make and remember. The remembering part is key for me because I tend to not write things down and when I work off of a recipe on my phone I never save it or remember where it came from and it is never made again. This recipe requires 5 ingredients. That is something else I love, the fewer the ingredients , the better!
When it comes to recipes I have one motto, the less prep, the better. That's why I love meals that call for very few ingredients and this meatloaf recipe is no different! Not only that, but I'm actually share three different ways you can make this meatloaf.
7/26/2019 0 Comments
As parents we constantly worry! Are our kids eating right? Are they getting too much screen time? Are they getting enough sleep? With so many questions constantly running through our heads do we really need to add one more? Sadly, yes. Is the water our kids are drinking bad for them?
I don't fancy myself to be a "food blogger" by any means but every once and a while I do find a recipe that seems to get some love from friends that I figure I can share with you all. The recipes that I do share are very simple and contain very few ingredients. There is nothing I hate more than when I'm reading through a recipe and find that I have to buy an ingredient (or two) that I've never used before and will probably never use again. This is not that recipe.