This DIY is easy and doesn’t require many supplies. All you will need is:
Nothing reinforces your child’s confidence and creativity like helping cook in the kitchen. When cooking meals it is always a lot of fun to include my daughter in the process. Sometimes she is only involved in the preparation, like getting together ingredients, measuring, or mixing, while other times she is manning the stove (with a watchful eye close by) and keeping track of the time so we know when to check the oven. Time and time again my daughter surprises me with the level of skill she has if only I just let her “do it herself.” I always find myself biting my tongue when I am about to say “do you need help with that?” As she flies through the task at hand with determination, passion and grace.
Rack Room Shoes has featured real families – instead of professional models – in all of their seasonal advertisements over the past decade.
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Frozen Foods Institute and the Frozen Food Roundtable for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
We recently remodeled our pantry and decided to make it a little more family friendly. You should have seen the before photo. Whoa. It was messy.
Here is an “in progress” photo: