We’re making 2018 a year for healthy eating and this dish has started this new year off just right. I love sushi and who doesn’t! I’ve only just in the last few years started eating it when my husbands friend introduced him to it. It was love at first site. I’ve always wanted to try… Read More Seared Spicy Tuna Sushi Bowl | Quick Easy
Parents there are two main “rules” that must be followed to uphold the tradition of the “Elf on the shelf” one it must be moved every night somewhere new for your kids to find and two it must never be touched. Now, the idea behind the story is that you welcome your own Elf to… Read More Does Elf Of the Shelf really work?
It’s that time of year, when you finished leftover turkey, which you could never get enough of, put your sweat pants on and grab a Christmas movie to enjoy with your family. We have a couple very special shelves in our house where we put all our favorite Christmas Classics. Now it seems to get… Read More 12 Days of Christmas Movies
Fall is one of the most beautiful time of the year. Here in the Pacific Northwest when Fall hits the leaves make for the most perfect portrait pictures! My sons birthday is in the first part of November and when he was a baby we would hire someone to take his pictures. Usually indoors and… Read More Kids Fall Photo Traditions
I love this idea to create a hoop out of your sports snacks. Check out how easy this is to create and it’s a healthy inexpensive snack that will get your kids excited to eat. If you QUIT ONCE it becomes a habit NEVER QUIT! – Michael Jordan Directions Start by drawing the net on… Read More Basketball Team Snacks | Free Printable
Hello everyone! I’m recently been focusing on how to teach my first grader how to count by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s. This is something they started practicing toward the end of kindergarten and strengthen through math in 1st grade. My son had recently been home sick and was bored out of his mind, so I… Read More Counting by 2’s | 5’s | 10’s – Free Printable Activity
This post contains affiliate links It’s that time of year! Fall leaves, pumpkins, carving, costumes, and lots of candy! We love to bring in the holiday with fun spooky movies and here is our families top 10. All great movies for all age groups young and old. These are in no particular order This… Read More Top 10 Halloween Movies | Family Friendly
Let’s just be honest with ourselves Moms, we all wanted kids one way or another but lord did we ever imagine it would be this hard. It’s emotionally draining, it take everything you thought you had and then more. Parenting is a tough job, and yes still the most rewarding. But then you have to… Read More Positive Parenting Discipline – DIY Tools
I know it’s a strange question but do you play with your kids? Every child is different at every age and they are often changing, we know this. But no matter the age if you knew what an impact you had on your relationship to take the time to play with your kids would you… Read More Life-changing ways to a better relationship with your kids.
Survival Tips for sick kids: Back to school also means back to sick kids. It’s the first week of school for my youngest and he’s already taken on whatever’s flying around. Having sick kids can be really hard, middle of the night fevers and throwing up, aching pain they feel. How do you deal? What… Read More Sick Kids – Survival Tips