Can it be that Valentine’s Day is a week away? Normally, I don’t make a big deal about this holiday, but since having kids, I make a big deal about ANY holiday. I mostly amp those special days up with food, fun snacks and crafts. But, a surprise gift isn’t too shabby either!
I came across this adorable video of a South Carolina toddler reciting her prayers at bedtime seen through her parent’s video monitor and wanted to share.
Ava Anderson Non-Toxic, one of my favorite self care and beauty brands is going through some major changes. A big announcement was made on the company’s website Monday, and it came as a total shock to the company’s consultants, as well as customers, like myself.
Tackling housekeeping with your kids can become a fun experience for everyone as long as you learn how to be a team and to share the household duties. Here are some new ways to encourage the kids to take part in the household duties more.
If you took a peek into our fridge, you’d find several brands of hot sauce, Sriracha and red chili sauce. Who am I? I was once so obsessed with ketchup my parents forced me to give it up for Lent. Mostly because I kept getting it on my clothes, but also because I put it on everything.
By teaching children to adopt and express thankfulness, they will add value to themselves. Once kids realize the universal importance of thankfulness, they will become kinder and better people.
This was my first time creating a menu for a new holiday. The easy thing would be for me to order take-out, but we’re going for fun, not easy! This homemade Lo Mein will bring your Chinese New Year’s feast full circle and your family’s bellies will thank you for it.
If you find the right restaurant that entertains your kids while feeding them, then I think you’re on to something. In fact, I know you are. Right before the holiday we were invited to check out Fire + Ice Restaurant in Providence and it did not disappoint.