The summer holidays are over, the kids are back to school and the days are already getting shorter. You may think that summer is best for outdoor activities and it can take a lot of effort to keep the kids occupied during the colder months. But actually, autumn in the garden presents us with masses of fun, outdoor activities for the whole family!
When it comes to cereal, we try to choose less sugary cereals over the ones coated in sugar and marshmallows. That doesn’t mean we don’t allow it (because we do, and even we eat it.)
I am currently obsessed with the photo books from Shutterfly! The hard cover books are an amazing way to keep the memories alive, especially since you can actually upload photos from Instagram too!
As we move further into the fall season, a slow cooker can be the saving grace for busy families. It gets dark earlier in the evenings, schedules fill up, and the last thing you want to do when you get home from a crazy day is spend a ton of time prepping dinner.
This recipe doubles easily for a crowd.
This costume will be buzzing it’s way into your child’s heart. It starts with a basic black leotard and matching opaque tights. Dress up the leotard with yellow tape and adhesive letters (get the how-tos here). For the wings, you’ll need to hit the recycling bin and your closet.
There’s a new popped favorite in our house.
The perfect soup-and-sandwich pairing is tomato and grilled cheese. This version stirs pesto into the soup and adds bacon to the sandwich for an ideal lunch or dinner for one.
If you have children, you will know that keeping rugs and carpets clean is no easy task. Here are some tips to remove stains and brighten your rugs, easily.
#FallsMostWanted I am loviiiing these colors from @oldnavy
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Two kinds of mozzarella plus creamy fontina and a little fresh parsley top this cheesy grilled pizza. No grill? no problem. Cook this dough in a cast-iron skillet over high heat, or on a preheated sheet pan or pizza stone in a 500-degree oven.