Tinseltown has its fair share of tiny dancers. Take a look at who’s loving their tutus in Hollywood!
Liking this song!
I love Indian food. The spices, the aroma, the colors.
These chocolaty treats are topped with a chewy layer of marshmallows, nuts, and even more chocolate. The kids will hardly be able to wait until the brownies are cool!
#manimonday @valisatglam I’m rockin Essie still. :)
A handful of tweaks turn this comfort food into a smarter choice: white-meat chicken (not dark), extra veggies, low-fat milk in the filling, and a lighter crust. Brushing the phyllo with just a small amount of oil instead of butter makes it just as tasty.
This delicious recipe is courtesy of Jennifer Shea, owner of Trophy Cupcakes.
rainy day, no complaints
The decorative nuts are dipped in caramelized sugar and hung in bat fashion — upside down — so the sugar streams and hardens into the best candy on the block.
Helping your child (or children) wrap their minds around the idea that they’re going to have a new sibling can sometimes be difficult – especially for a first-born child. This is something I’ve experienced many times as a daddy to six with one more on the way. Throughout the years, I have learned several things that help ease the transition of bringing home a new baby.
I received a note from a friend today, asking me how to prepare my Snuggle Season Scent. I want to share it with you all. I really don’t know how many generations it goes back.
Brisk fall weather is upon us, with that comes dry skin from the cooler air and winds. Seasonal skin problems can be solved this year with all-natural treatments and products that are free of harsh chemicals – a healthier option for the body and the environment. Money can be saved on expensive natural products too by using kitchen pantry staples to create DIY spa treatments for glowing skin at home.