I was beyond excited when I found out I would be getting a Boba to review. I have what some people call a baby-wearing obsession, but to me it is so much more than just an obsession. It is the personal connection, the interaction and bonding, providing security to my son, and so much more. Not to mention, it allows me to be hands-free, which makes it that much more worth it.
I was browsing around on Pinterest and found this brilliant little idea. Baking Obsession posted a stuffed baguette recipe, and I was in love! I decided I had to try it out right away. It’s a fun way to serve bread and dips! Vera used a goat cheese stuffing, but I went with my favorite spinach dip. I’m throwing in the recipe, just in case you don’t have an easy one handy. The best part about this spinach dip, is how ridiculously cheap it is (and ridiculously good too!).
At dinner tables across the country, parents are asking children what they learned in school every day. Those questions are filled with answers such as “I don’t remember”, “I don’t know” and the always popular “nothing”. Even though parents know that this is not possible, they don’t know where to turn for the answers. Yes, they can do directly to the source and ask the teachers but it is also important for parents to take ownership over their son or daughter’s learning.
WHAT YOU EAT ON IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS WHAT YOU EAT
Let me tell you about the coolest placemat EVER!
Juicy, nectar-sweet peaches are one of the joys of summertime eating. In this southern-inspired dish, they are tucked into crunchy cornmeal crepes and then warmed in the oven until piping hot, to create a breakfast to linger over. A dollop of buttery mascarpone and a dusting of sugar provide the perfect finishing touches.
Welcome to Jess T.’s Tech Tuesday, where all your geek are belong to us!
As much as I love gadgets, once the initial “OMG WOOOO” wears off, they start to look a little dull. Now don’t get me wrong, I still love my Android phone, my Wii, my laptop and my Nintendo 3DS but they all just look so… blah. When I feel less than fancy, I go shopping for something bright and colorful to wear – so who says your gadgets can’t do the same thing?
Welcome to our DIY Crafts series! DIY Crafts is focused on crafts that we have done, crafts that we will do and crafts that others have done that I feel deserve the “Craft Spotlight“. I invite you to check back often as I share these projects with you. You can view all of the DIY Crafts by visiting our DIY and Arts & Crafts section.
My kids DESTROYED books. Ripping, tossing, chewing and tearing – books were “well loved” at our house. Now that they are old enough to be a bit more respectful to literature, I’ve discovered Indestructibles – “built for the way babies read.” While its too late for me to put these to good use, its not too late for you!
Welcome to the first of many Project Corner posts! I hope to share projects that you can do at home with your kids. From tots to teens, I’ll try to find things to do that are fun for the whole family, and are sometimes educational! Today’s post is a fun experiment that’s easy, has great results and you probably have everything you need on hand.
Not only is this a very modern and beautiful glass sippy cup, it is also a great alternative to plastic. As much as plastic bottle and cup companies say that they are free of any harmful chemicals, the thought still crosses my mind. Plus it is one less plastic bottle in the landfill and drinks just taste better in glass anyway.
“MOOOOOOOOOOOOOM! My sock is all messed up!”
If I had $1 for every time I heard that, I would be Oprah rich. But instead, I just have to keep fixing rumpled socks. I don’t want to sound dramatic, but socks are our nemesis.
The sippy cup. The bane of my existence as a mother. I know you guys feel me on this one. My carpet is sprinkled with little spots of milk, water, whatever – that manages to leak from random sippy cups all over the place. It drives me mad. My daughter, bless her tiny adorable heart, likes to fling her sippy around without a care in the world. I can’t stop her from doing it, I’ve tried. She wants to be a big kid and do it herself, and I really don’t feel like running around behind her offering a drink every five minutes. I want to just give her the cup, and let her drink when she wants AND I want a spot free carpet. Is that too much to ask?