To make decorative icing lines, gently drag the rounded end of a butter knife up the sides and across the top of the cake.
In my first post, I talked about the gear you will need to make your camping trip comfortable and fun. Now, lets talk about supplies and how to get it all organized for easy storage and transport. First, what do you need? I want to talk about the essentials, and then I will tell you about some luxury items that will make camping more fun, but aren’t necessary.
“The Evil Twins” that’s what I’ve nicknamed my boobs and for good reason. Let’s just say my adventures in breastfeeding have been just that, a wild adventure. There have been good moments but mostly horrendous ones and I’m here to share my story.
This recipe is very quick, easy and my four year old loves to help! The ingredients in this recipe go a long way. The basic description is little smoked sausages wrapped in puff pastry. You end up with extra puff pastry that can be decorated with chocolate chips. It’s fun and easy.
Bringing baby home from the hospital is an exciting and partly nerve racking experience. The responsibility and gravity of making sure your baby is well taken care of can be a pretty terrifying experience and once you leave that amazing nursing staff you’re on your own.
A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a website called Once A Month Mom. I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to find this site. I have a really hard time with dinner, to be honest. If you don’t, then this post may not be for you. I generally get home from work about 5:30, and need to have dinner on the table by 6:00 because that’s when the little native starts to get restless. She’s a year old, and like clockwork she needs to be fed dinner at 6 or else melt downs ensue. Snacks don’t cut it. There is no “tiding her over”. If I don’t have everything I need for dinner on hand, then I have to stop at the store and that puts me home about 6:00. You do the math……it hasn’t been working. I have tried meal planning, and it just ends up in disaster. It’s not that I don’t know how to cook or plan. I used to be really good at both, actually. But now it’s become such a huge source for anxiety that I would rather not do either. And I’ve been feeling like a failure for it! Not good.
Thanks to all those who participated in the Fruitables for a Month giveaway! The lucky winner is Natalie Vandenberghe #8!
One of our readers, Holly, shared this with us on Facebook! Thought we would pass it along.
Today Harper (4 months) and I participated in our very first “My Gym” class and had so much fun!
It’s about that time of year again in my house, to dust off the camping gear. The camping season officially opens Memorial Day weekend, so I like to pull out the gear, make sure everything is in good shape, and take inventory of what I need to restock. A friend of mine asked “what do I need for camping? do I really need all that stuff?” In regards to my sporting goods store sized supply of gear. So, I thought it might be good to share with you, what you need and don’t need if you are new to this whole great outdoors thing! Even if you have gone camping before, things change a lot when you have kids. You suddenly have a whole new person (or people) to consider bringing supplies for. It can start to seem overwhelming when you think about all the things a little one needs. I will help you sort that out though. I’ll also include a list of my absolute favorite gear to make your trip to the wild more enjoyable. If you are an experienced camper, don’t worry. I’ll have a post for you later on too. Lets start with the beginner basics though!
Transform out-of-the-box rice cereal into peanut-y cookie bars spread with melted chocolate.
Did you know that a product can have less than 1% natural ingredients and still advertise itself as “Natural”?