Friday is National Coloring Day, so I figured I’d help you celebrate by putting together some free downloadable coloring pages for your kiddos (but I won’t tell if you want to color them, too)! I created a couple of different options, so whether you have a girl or a boy, a mermaid lover or a ninja lover, they’ve got something they can get creative with. I’m not sure if it’s just my boy or all boys, but he isn’t really into coloring much. But, man, does he love some Mad Libs. So I put together a coloring activity page for the...
Can you believe school will begin in just a few weeks? Where did summer go? I swear just yesterday we were singing, "Schooooool's out for summer!" and wading through a waste-high pile of end-of-the-year school paperwork and artwork. Somehow, August found its way to us, and it's already time to start thinking about school supplies and packed lunches (argh!). In celebration of a new school year, I whipped up some free mobile wallpapers to get you in the mood. Click below to download them! Matching Products:School Years Memory Book
Now that school is out, I feel like I have a moment to breathe and actually sit and wade through the mountain of school papers, photos and artwork that my kids have brought home over the course of the last year.
While I try to keep the important things from the year, it can be really hard to decide what school papers to keep and what to throw out. And once I do decide, how do I organize it all? Where do I store it?
Don’t worry friends, I actually have an answer to that!
I love giving dad something sentimental from the kids for Father’s Day. There’s no better time of year to remind him just how special and loved he is. If you look around, there are plenty of free downloads on the web for Father’s Day, but I really wanted to create something for you that was different; something with questions that hadn’t been asked and prompts that would get the kids to really think about how much they love their dad and why. So I created this 12-page Father’s Day booklet. I loved watching to see how my daughter filled hers out! Especially when she stated...
I used to put a lot of time and effort into cooking. But 11+ years and 3 kids later, it's a different story.
I’ve learned that it’s essential to have some go-to recipes that require few ingredients, minimal effort, and are quick to prep and cook. It’s the only way that I can make dinner for my family each night without losing my mind!
So I’m opening my kitchen and my recipe books to share with you 7 quick and easy meals to make for your family.