Celebrating with delicious food is what my family does best. Whether it’s a few simple snacks or an all out theme party, we love to plan food for sports events. Sometimes I think my children love to watch sports just because of our snack foods and sports traditions.
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #WaterMadeExciting #CollectiveBias To encourage healthy habits, I try to steer my children toward drinking water at home. But, plain water can seem boring, and it’s easy to reach for less healthy options. With the SodaStream Power Automatic Sparkling Water Maker we can enjoy a yummy drink without choosing sugary soda. Sparkling water is a fun way to treat both my
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BDayOnBudget #CollectiveBias Princess, Princess, Princess. Day and night my girls love their princesses. Whether dressed in costumes, or choosing their favorite princess nightgown, or wearing a tiara to the store, or playing with a favorite Disney Princess doll, it’s always princesses! So, when it came to Emily’s 4th birthday there was no question-
My kids have spent the morning pressed against the windows, checking for any sign of the afternoon snow promised by the weatherman. I am worried, since it snows little where we live, and the weather man is more often wrong than right when he mentions snow! After finishing school in record time, we need something to occupy our thoughts as time crawls by. So, we will pull out our Window
Sponge Bombs are my children’s new favorite water play toy. Head over to MusingsSAHM.com for my guest post tutorial on making Sponge Bombs if you haven’t made any yet. They are a great cheap, easy and fun project for a summer afternoon! Sponge Bombs are the new water balloon; all the fun of wet and wild play, without any messy balloons to fill and no tiny pieces to pick up