Last week when I was driving around my subdivision I noticed how many homes were decorated for Halloween. We always have a lot of houses decorated but this was more than normal. I wanted to think of a fun way for everyone to get out and see the houses that had put so much effort… Continue reading Halloween Bingo
Last year we had a pumpkin decorating party for Peyton’s Gotcha Day. It was a lot of fun and a great way to start halloween week.
When Justin and I first moved into our house we were blown away by how many trick or treaters we had each year for Halloween. Being on the main boulevard in our neighborhood and on the corner means we get all of the trick or treaters. It really became on of out favorite nights. After… Continue reading The Candy Garden
Doing a family halloween costume can get more complicated as your family grows. I have a few ideas for making it a little easier.
With school approaching I came up with some quick breakfast ideas. At school or virtual learning these will come in handy.
It’s National Ice Cream Day and we are making EASY homemade ice cream sandwiches without ice cream! WHAT???
With so many uncertain factors an at home staycation may be just what we need. Giving you tips on how to mix it up at home.
I recently was really inspired by a photo series created by Rowena Meadows in Australia. Quarantine has me coming up with all of the crazy ideas but this was such a fun way to get the kids involved. You can see her series here. This is our, “I’ll Tell You a Color Story” Series. This… Continue reading A Color Story – Family Fun and Games
Dealing with infertility during Mother’s Day is complicated and messy. I wanted to share my story if you are dealing with infertility.
In Louisiana we got the official word on Monday that we will be under a stay home order until May 15th. This means that once again we will be celebrating a holiday at home. Over the last few months we have seen parents take on new roles as educators, coaches and more. They are doing… Continue reading Mother’s Day at Home