On this Mother’s Day, take time to think about what gifts you can give yourself.
Our family relies on technology rather heavily. When my daughter was 3, she would say to me, “Get on your computer and research it up,” if we didn’t know the answer to something. My older boys have Chromebooks through the school district and I am thankful for the filters that are placed on those by… Continue reading Monitoring Your Child’s Internet Usage
Any other last-minute mommas out there? Tomorrow is May the 4th, so naturally, I’ve waited until this evening to start planning our Star Wars themed dinner. If you need some ideas, I would start at this fabulous blog I stumbled across – Geeks Who Eat. We have decided that Thermal Detonators will definitely be our… Continue reading May the 4th be with you
A taco cake, taco cookie topped cupcakes, taco bar, and queso fountain came together for a 7th birthday party.
How to keep your kids busy and engaged for less than $15
In January, I decided that the kids needed to take more responsibility in the kitchen. I also decided that I need to allow them to actually do more in the kitchen and not just dump an ingredient or stir now and then. I might have some control issues and I am working on that. Our… Continue reading Kids in the Kitchen
Homeschooling was not in my plan. To say homeschooling was never on my radar would be an understatement. Both my husband and I grew up in public schools. All of our family attended public school. My husband has worked in the public school system as both a teacher and an administrator. Now, he is a… Continue reading Why Homeschool?