These tacos are perfect for veg and meat lovers and easy to make.
I know you are probably seeing lots of ideas floating around Facebook and Pinterest for Father’s Day. This one touched my heart and felt so personal to me and something that would stick around forever. I felt it would be a constant reminder of how important we are to our children and the impact that we have simply by being in their lives. Some do not have fathers in their lives – as Modern Day Dads would tell you – and he certainly has learned what kind of father NOT to be.
This is one of my favorite soups to make and it’s really easy. I usually just throw everything together in a pot and let it simmer until done.
This post is sponsored by Nestle Pure Life Water. All opinions are my own.
This post is sponsored by Banana Boat. All opinions are my own.
There is no question about it that technology is a huge part of our lives. Technology moves at such a fast pace it is almost irresponsible to not let your children dive right in and learn how to navigate through it themselves. Not only are electronics a great way to learn, entertain themselves, and stay current with technology, but many school classes have implemented touch-screens, tablets, and laptops as tools into their curriculum.
Dried hibiscus flowers produce a lovely crimson-colored tea that makes an amazing refresher poured over ice on a summer day. It’s super tart (and packed with vitamin C). Here we mellowed it with watermelon and turned it into ice pops that are fun for kids and adults.
Father’s Day, traditionally a day to celebrate a fantastic man in our child’s life. A day where we can celebrate a fine qualities that the father to my children have shared with my child.
This pregnancy, I’ve been all about Indian food. This baby better come out loving spices, that’s all I’m gonna say.
Where we live, grass doesn’t grow very well. A lot of the homeowners in our area deal with lack of dirt and grass and instead, get to deal with the fun backyard covered in sand.
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Amarula Coffee Surprise
My son enjoys toys that respond to him and are interactive. I guess it makes him feel powerful being in control of something and giving it silly commands.