SPRING CLEANING GIVEAWAY click here! Cleaning is one of the most important life skills you will teach your children. It will follow them throughout their entire life. It can be the foundation to how your children approach working in general in life. If you, teach your children to clean in your home, follow through and do it REALLY well (not just so so), then you will see that determination seep into every other aspect of their lives. You are not just teaching them cleaning, . . .
We are suckers for beautiful kitchen art. Combine some bright prints with fresh flowers and you have yourself a dreamy space. Head over to our Instagram for a giveaway to get more of this fresh look!! We would like to introduce you to Jessica, and her business Urban Arrow Co. Jessica is the talented artist behind these stunning prints! We recruited her to come up with some kitchen love just for our readers.. and I have to say, she did amazing. Meet Jessica I’m a work in progress, and so . . .
Hey friends, so this last week I was brain storming ideas for little Christmas gifts to take to my friends. I needed something that was quick (I’ve been short on time), could make a lot (I have a lot of friends with families), and was inexpensive (keep that budget in check!). I remembered that last year Des did this adorable apple cider post (HERE) and that just recently she had posted about this homemade chocolate sauce. So I figured that was a good route and everyone could find a use for . . .
Halloween is my verrrrrrry favorite holiday!!! I love the decorations, the costumes, and the food! While we are on the topic of decorations we wanted to share a printable with you! A FREE printable that is! Print this baby up, frame it, and put it out for display. Perfect in your kitchen! Here is mine in action in my kitchen. Download yours for FREE HERE (or just click on the image above) Next up I wanted to share a treat that whipped up for . . .
One of our dear friends Brittany has some talent. Today we are showing her off a little with these darling back to school printable’s she designed. Be sure and check out her Esty Shop for more sweet custom creations. What a perfect way to send off your little one to the inescapable first day of school. For some tender hearts this is a very intimidating and sometimes scary day. That’s exactly why we found these sweet lunch box notes and water bottle label’s to be just the right . . .
"Mom, can you tie my shoes?" "Mom, I'm hungry!" "Mom, let's play ball outside!" "Mom, I need to go to the bathroom" "Mom, I don't want to go to bed!" These are the daily encounters of moms with kids and there are so much more! So for one day of the year it is nice to be officially appreciated and pampered. It's our time out day. A day when we don't have to clean, we don't have to cook and we can BEST of all, sleep in! A tradition in my home growing up was to always make mom breakfast in . . .
Valentine's Day was always a favorite of mine when I was a kid. I LOVED decorating a mailbox for school and then addressing the box of Valentine cards my mom would pick up at the store. I would sort out the conversation hearts to make sure that none of the "kiss me" or "I love you" hearts were delivered to the wrong people. I loved Des's idea for our Kid's Valentines' Day party. So cute, and so clever. To add to the ambiance I created a few printables, that I am sharing with you! . . .
Do you remember our Fall Checklist? Well we're back with another one! Christmas is one of my FAVORITE times of the year. I love all of the traditions, the smells, the decorations and THE FOOD! I try to make it a goal to get the majority of my shopping done before Thanksgiving so that I can spend the whole month of December enjoying the things on this checklist. This is my little helper. I couldn't leave this adorable face out of the post! Download this free printable HERE Place . . .
Fall is my FAVORITE time of year! I love the clothes, I love the smells, and I LOVE Halloween. It is a time of year I try to savor and really enjoy. This year I had a little list going in my head of things I wanted to do to enjoy this season, and then I saw a few checklists for holidays while browsing on Pinterest and thought I should make one of my own. Here is what I want to do this fall, and you can complete this fun list with me. Below you will find a free printable. I framed mine in . . .