Hey Everyone, I’m Megan, a regular guest blogger on Modern Day Moms. Every saturday for the next few weeks, I’ll give you the how-to for some of the party decorations that I’ve made over the years. Banners, invites, piñatas, garland and the whole how-to for throwing a polka dot themed double birthday celebration!
This post was sponsored by Puritan’s Pride. All opinions expressed are my own.
I’m going to let you in an a little secret: I’m not a professional couponer. As a matter of fact, I would never even consider myself a “couponer” at all, I just like to save money. I know some people do not consider it saving money until it’s at least 60% that they’ve saved on their grocery bill… To me, it’s not about saving 40% – 80% on your bill, it’s about just saving money in general… every little bit helps.
So, this just happened. @moderndaydads
Sometimes as parents we get so wrapped up in our responsibilities and obligations that we forget to slow down and think of what those around us need that we might not be providing. Sometimes it might be attention that our spouse would love to have or a little encouraging that our children need to hear.
Head over to Modern Day Dads blog and read the story about "The Worry Rock". Adorable.
Nature is good for the soul.
It’s always important to maximize the storage capacity in your bathroom. We hope that you find this article inspiring and that it leaves you wanting to use these clever ideas for your own organizational needs.
My house smells delicious at the moment and it’s all because of this super-easy recipe. I actually saw an article about cooking soups in the crockpot and it had me convinced that I needed to try a potato soup recipe. I went with what I had on hand and it was the perfect combination.
2 sticks unsalted butter, plus more for the pan $
8 ounces bittersweet chocolate, chopped
4 large eggs $
3 cups sugar $
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour $
8 large peanut butter cups, cut into pieces
Ah, the cereal aisle. The eternal battle between sugar and healthy. What is a dad to do when he rivals the likes of his daughters favorite cartoon characters practically screaming to eat the sugar-coated puffs of regurgitated crap on the shelves? A dad has to think quick and fast these days because nothing gets by these kids.
There is a sauce that has won over so many heat-seekers’ hearts: its mix of fiery habanero peppers and other natural ingredients delivers vibrant intensity and a delicious, tangy taste. Below are some recipes that highlight this delicious sauce. It’s no coincidence that these recipes are super easy, quick, and perfect for game day! (hint: superbowl)