Homemade ornaments are some of my favorite ornaments. The last several years we’ve been doing a “family tree” that has fun colored lights, flickering candle lights, and loads of homemade and sentimental ornaments. This year we decided to make ornaments
Growing up, I remember my grandpa had two adorable basset hounds, Bart and Tipsy. Perhaps it’s because of them, but I just love basset hounds, so I decided they would be focus of my dog coloring page for adults.
Kids never run out of energy. They are always learning and exploring and getting into things. We parents, on the other hand, often need time to rest and recover or just get things done around the house without constant interruptions.
Call me “one of those Pinterest moms” if you want, but I absolutely love preparing fun treats for my boys (when I have the energy). Sometimes I do more elaborate treats and other times it’s way simpler than it looks.
The boys love playing with their dad, especially with all things Hot Wheels. It’s such a great bonding experience, making memories that last. Playing Hot Wheels with Dad is the perfect time to incorporate hands-on education, because what the kids
You look around the house and realize you have a lot of stuff. You really are blessed…maybe a little excessively blessed. Your kids have gobs and gobs of toys. You have enough clothing to dress an army. Where are some
You grab the remote in your hand. You feel powerful. You can race your car all over, pretty much where ever you want to, as fast as you can. You can watch it launch off of ramps and flip through
When I was little, I loved playing the piano at my grandma’s house. I had one of those piano children’s books where it actually makes noise when you press the keys in the book and each was color-coded. My grandma