Summer is here!! Getting outdoors and breathing in the fresh air is healthy for you and your kids. There are a myriad of things to do outdoors, whether you are in the city or in the country. If you’re looking for some new ideas to get your family moving outdoors, try these simple, yet fun ideas:
My family is a fan of macaroni and cheese, so I am always ready to try out a new take on our favorite. I also am always trying to get vegetables especially green vegetables in my boys. I found this recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen and decided to give it a try.
In the technological age, sometimes I think that if a kid doesn’t have an iPod attached to their head with the TV blaring ans the radio on they wont be entertained at all. I do remember a simpler time, where any activity had to do with sweating in the hot summer sun and getting dirty, scrapes, or both. Here are a few things that my daughter and I like to do that just help to make sure she feels special. They can’t last for as long or as little as you want, and they have provided us for hours of summer time fun.
Cleaning your body, face, home and more. Below are my Top 10 favorite cleaning must-haves.
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With summer here, it means more time spent in the backyard and at the grill! While I love the classics, I am always trying to find new ideas to spice them up or add a twist. My husband and I love to go to Mexico and eat from the street vendors and this recipe is a nod to that love. Who doesn’t love fresh grilled corn on the cob, and a spicy rub to take it to another level.
The pool is great and camps are fun, but on rainy days when you can’t play outside, what about some inexpensive crafts that keep kids happy and even help decorate the home?
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