I have three children, 6, 6 and 4. Let me tell you how many times we have watched the Disney movie Frozen… nah, it’s too many to count. Like many parents of small children I know this movie better than I want to admit and can sing every song :) So when I couldn’t take … Continue reading
Last weekend I had the privilege to make cakes for a wedding. I always feel honored to be asked to do cakes, but this one was extra special. The groom was in our youth group for a few years, graduated high school, went to college and then called my husband up last year asking him … Continue reading
This morning we did a fun experiment with supplies we had on hand! My kids enjoyed it so much, we spent an entire hour watching the colors twirl and dance.
I was going through my fabric scraps yesterday and found some long strips of fabric that were pretty but not really usable for sewing. I decided to braid them and make necklaces! I love how they turned out :) totally original, easy and a fun scrappy look.
I got the chance to make a ninja turtles birthday cake for a boy turning 6 this week! I was pretty excited/nervous because I wanted to make sure the details were all there for this little guy. I mean 6 year olds know their favorite characters really well am I right?! As I was doing … Continue reading
Today is my son’s 4th Birthday! My youngest is 4?! Wow did that fly by… it’s been 4 wild years of learning to be a boy momma. A whole different experience from my girls that is full of dirt, wrestling, cars and noise! One I would also not trade for anything in the entire world, because … Continue reading
I hope you all enjoyed your Mother’s Day weekend celebrating the mothers in your life. It is such a precious day to me as I hold my children that doctors told me I could never have. If you don’t know my infertility story you can read it here. I celebrated my mother, my grandmother, mother-in-law, … Continue reading
This morning our science experiment was so simple and fun I wanted to share! Cleaning pennies! Yeah, it doesn’t sound fun but my kiddos loved it, and it is harder than you think ;)