From simple to extravagant, DIY forts and playhouses are loved by kids young and old! While some of these forts have extensive supply lists and require several tools to put together, others require nothing more than a couple basic supplies and your imagination. Continue reading →
Sometimes it is hard to come up with an April Fool’s Day Prank that is family friendly. Parent’s want to have some April Fool’s Day fun with the kids, but we certainly don’t want to scar them for life. This, my inspiration for this fun round-up! Continue reading →
This collection of Peep Inspired recipes are great to try before Easter. You can try one or more to add to the menu for your Easter meals. They are also great for after Easter. Can you think of a better way to use up Easter candy than to use it as part of another treat? Me either! Continue reading →
When I was planning our Easter dinner and dessert, I figured the best place to start my search was on Pinterest. While there are certain dishes I could never get away with not serving on Easter (and most holidays), I like to look for at least a little something different for dessert or side dishes.
When I was looking around Pinterest, I found quite a few adorable cupcakes. They inspired to come up with my own fun cupcakes. I figured cupcakes are always a good alternative when you have little ones, right? Continue reading →
If you are looking for something to bake that will immediately brighten your day and make you think of spring and summer, try making these simple strawberry lemonade cupcakes. While they might not look simple, they are… Because they are made using a dressed up box of lemon cake mix and topped with an easy-to-make, homemade buttercream frosting. Continue reading →
While some may want to partake in Irish stew and corned beef and cabbage this St. Patrick’s Day and wash it all down with green beer, I would rather make fun treats to give to all of my little sweeties! Continue reading →
We have a Sunday morning tradition in our house of having a big family-style breakfast, but usually it is just my husband and I so it is easy to whip up anything without a lot of time or effort. On the rare occasion I have all of my family together overnight, I want to serve a nice, big breakfast just to make them feel at home. The only problem with this is that these days they are bringing my grandbabies with them and I would rather spend my time playing with them than cooking.
If you are looking for a special treat to make for your sweetie for Valentine’s Day, give this recipe a try. This Valentine S’more Bark has many different flavors and textures and will be enjoyed by all your sweethearts, whether they are 2 or 92. Continue reading →
Looking for a new recipe that will help warm your bones on a cold winter night? Check out this collection of amazing crockpot soup recipes. You can find everything from good, old chicken noodle to a slow cooker lasagna soup or meatball stew. Continue reading →
If there is one thing associated with Valentine’s Day, it is a heart! You can find hearts on cards and heart-shaped treats. If you would like to give an extra special treat to someone who is extra special to you, make them one or more of these heart-shaped sweet treats. Continue reading →
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