My Favorite Chocolate Waffle Recipe. If you ever wants some, come on over and i'll make them for you
Last week, I shared some thoughts on teaching boys to be respectful. I wanted to come back and add a second part to that post because I really didn’t get into a lot of practical tips last week. If you didn’t read it, you will want to start there, and then come back and read …
for the home
Sarah's Never-Ending Projects: Living Room Afghan Pattern. It's pretty easy if you know how to crochet. If you don't, and you want to learn how, there's TONS of good videos on You Tube, so go buy some yarn and a hook, and get goin'! Then come back, and use this pattern to make an afghan!
Sometimes even after you've done all of the research for your Disney World trip and you feel super well prepared, you come up empty on a couple of FastPass+ reservations that you had hoped to get. Yes, that happens (and just happened to me recently). Here are some strategies to help. Which...
Recipes to Try
Storytelling dice! Find some blank wood blocks.. draw with sharpies some different things on each side. (people, places, food, toys etc..) Roll them each night at bedtime and get your kids to tell you a short story using all the things that come up. Great creative exercises!
The Foodie in Me
I know... Christmas is over. But it's never too early to get started on next Christmas. People love getting handmade gifts and your gift could be come some family's favorite ornament handed down from generation to generation. When you are tired of beading, check out the 25 DIY Nativity Scenes. I've been working on a beaded one, but these look faster and easier.