Family

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Kids

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Kids In contrast to the traditional revelry often associated with St. Patrick’s Day, our family has chosen to infuse this holiday with a more family-centered and budget-friendly spirit. With little ones under our roof, we’ve crafted a celebration that prioritizes engaging activities, creative decorations, and delicious yet simple meals, all […] Read more…

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Fall Bucket List For Toddlers and Young Children

The weather is cooling down, but that does not mean you cannot get outside and of course, find free family fun this fall. What better way to do that than with a Fall Bucket List? But I found that many lists are designed with older kids or teens in mind. That makes it hard for […] Read more…

Make a wonderful gift in less than 5 minutes with this DIY Simmer Pot Gift Jar

Holiday Simmer Pot – DIY Gift

One thing I love about fall and winter is the smells that we associate with them. For fall, I associate cinnamon, star anise, nutmeg, and apple; in winter, I associate mint, orange, clove, cinnamon, and cranberry. I love the way my home smells this time of year more than any other (unless I am using […] Read more…

Lunch Ideas

School Lunch Mix and Match Ideas

Starting school, whether you mean at the beginning of the school year or after one of the many holiday breaks that are built in, signifies getting back into the school routine, buying school supplies, and packing tasty and hopefully healthy school lunches. But that last one, particularity in my house is tough! Getting school lunch […] Read more…

Ideas for Candy Free Halloween

40+ Candy Free Halloween Ideas

One thing I loathe (OK and love) about Halloween is all the candy that comes home. The kids go out and come back with a haul of sweets that you (OK I) do not want them to eat. Way too much sugar, additives, and junk. They are already energetic enough! So what to do with […] Read more…

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