For some, pumpkin day is a trip to the pumpkin patch. For us, it is that and SO much more. It is everything from sunrise to sunset pumpkin. Breakfast, lunch, dinner pumpkin. It is so over the top that we can’t wait for the day to come and my kids look forward to each and … More Keeping Pumpkin Cool
Summer is meant to be lived with abandon. Let go of routine and schedule, kick back and relax! As we counted down the final days of school this past Spring, we started dreaming of the long summer days and we wrote down what we wanted to do to make our summer memorable. A summer version … More Kickin’ the Bucket
During the Summer my blogging schedule blows away and I get very sporadic. But . . . I’m back!! My Summer intentions were to share our Summer School projects with you. My intentions were to share arts and crafts, science, and all kinds of activities with you. My intentions were good, but did not materialize. … More Wait, Where Did Summer Go?
When my ideas run low, I turn to my three year old for some creative projects. At least I know he will be slightly interested in it if he was the idea producer. Sometimes he lacks ideas to and we are left turning the first thing we see into a momma day activity. We were … More For The Birds
My grandfather loved to garden. From a young age I remember watching him dig up the dirt and tend to the plants. He watered everyday with such a peaceful motion, back and forth. The lines of his mower were straight in the lawn and it was always so green. I can almost smell it. I … More A Not-So Secret Garden
It is one thing to celebrate the National holidays, but in today’s world, there is something to celebrate every day. Ice cream, pets, pecans – everything!! Heck, on March 26, it is Make Up Your Own Holiday Day. So we declared an Earthworm Appreciation Day. Some may be wondering how we settled on celebrating earthworms. … More Earthworm Appreciation Day
Back to school is a time mark in our kids lives. Another year has blasted by, another summer fades to cool autumn breezes, and our babies get bigger, braver, and more and more independent. I make back to school fun. I stir up excitement for them to diminish their nervousness, but really keeping myself busy … More Back to School