To save time, you can grill the pork and onions up to a day ahead; refrigerate in separate covered containers. You can also substitute any leftover pork roast.
They can be too squirrelly. They can be too Hollywood. They can be too cranky. Sometimes it’s tough to capture that beautiful look on your kid’s face that you’ve seen a hundred times before. Here are a handful of tricks we use to get vibrant, emotional & real images of our youngest clients.
This past week, Gap introduces a limited-edition collection for babyGap inspired by world-famous author Beatrix Potter and her captivating children’s book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Drawing from Potter’s mischievous characters and magical adventures, the babyGap collection brings to life a modern interpretation of the enchanting world of Peter Rabbit through imaginative gifts for girls and boys from newborn to 24 months. The collection is available starting today in babyGap stores and online at Gap.com.
As a father of 7, I know all too well the challenges of trying to get everyone to sit down and eat dinner at the same time. There are work obligations, the kids’ activities, different sleep schedules if you have kids of varying ages, etc. Yet, sharing a family meal is worth the effort. It’s an opportunity for the entire family to be together at once, share stories, interact and bond. We’ve worked really hard to make family dinners happen for our family. Here are a few ideas for your family to try:
In the land of fame and fortune, the limelight can be a bit too blaring for some high-profile families.
Serve these topped with your favorite salsa and a dollop of sour cream, just like traditional nachos.
With ActivityHero, you can discover amazing camps and classes in 2013!
Martha Craft #1: Glittered Mason Jar Terrariums live on the blog today! #12MonthsofMartha #MarthaStewartCrafts @ms_living
Imagine plants that can only be killed by watering too much. Not only that, imagine a pretty serene glass jar/bowl with beautiful thriving plants, relaxing rocks and decorative pieces. That would be a terrarium and they are one of my favorite things.
Pull-Ups Brand, parents’ potty training partner for nearly 25 years, is kicking off the New Year with a new high-tech tool to help the approximately 4 million moms who will start potty training this year make the process more fun and easy. The brand has launched a new and exciting app – the Pull-Ups® Big Kid App. It is a fun mobile tool that integrates imagination and reality via augmented reality technology to keep mom and child motivated throughout the potty training process. With 74 percent of Moms letting their children regularly play with their smart phone1, the Pull-Ups Big Kid App is the perfect tech-friendly tool that Moms can access and use as part of their highly mobile lives.
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This month’s @ms_living craft in progress. #marthastewartcrafts #12MonthsofMartha
1. Board Games
Board games are great when you are feeling bored! Switch it up and play a new game each time to keep the fun flowing. Our current favorite: The Cupcake Race Board Game.
In this recipe, submitted by Everyday Food reader Deurie Barker of Sanford, North Carolina, dark-meat chicken makes the patties as savory and juicy as beef burgers. Saute the vegetables until they’re fully tender for the best flavor and texture.
All parents know that school mornings can be a real challenge. You’re dealing with tired kids, trying to get everyone dressed without an argument, prepping a healthy breakfast and getting lunches and backpacks ready. It can make you exhausted before the day even gets going. Over the years I’ve had my fair share of rough mornings but if you stick to these tips you will be on the right track for a smooth transition for the entire family!