Cloth diaper liners are an easy and affordable way to prevent diaper stains, repel wetness from baby's skin, and help with the ease of waste removal. There is a big market for used diapers, but your resale value will drop tremendously if you have stains. Fleece is great for repelling wetness to keep baby dry and … Continue reading DIY Cloth Diaper Liners
One of my absolute favorite family activities this time of year is apple picking! But if you're like me and always bring home way too many apples, these quick and easy recipes will help you use some up in a fun and tasty way! We cooked up four different recipes this weekend and they were all a … Continue reading 4 Delicious Ways to Use Up All Those Apples
The boys and I visit Barnes and Noble periodically, and last month one of my children picked out a Daniel Tiger book, "Happy Love Day, Daniel Tiger!" The book tells about all the different ways friends and family say I love you to each other. At the end of the book, Daniel's mom shows her … Continue reading Daniel Tiger-Inspired Rainbow Heart Pizza
This tutorial shows step by step instructions to make your own four-wheeler diaper cake! I always have people asking me to make these for a baby shower or a gift! They are super easy to throw together when you're in a hurry, and now you can make your own! Supplies: 56 size 1 diapers Wipes (1 regular … Continue reading Four-Wheeler Diaper Cake
Being the Hallmark ornament fanatic that I am, I've made it a tradition to purchase my mom a new ornament every Christmas. Last year the series that I had been buying ended, and my mom had a special request for this year. She wanted homemade ornaments. She handed me an ornament from 1996 that I had … Continue reading Holiday Traditions: Homemade Ornaments
I LOVE the magic of Christmastime, so I decided I wanted to do a fun 12 days of Christmas activity with the kids, but without the candies or chocolates. I found 12 books for only $35 from my son's Scholastic book order (each priced between $2 and $4). They have tons of holiday and winter books … Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas – w/ Books!
We put up our Christmas tree before Thanksgiving this year... Actually 3 weeks before Thanksgiving, so basically right after Halloween. My four year old was an awesome helper - opening and unwrapping all of my neatly stored Hallmark ornaments, while I placed them perfectly on the tree. While we filled the living room with Christmas … Continue reading Felt Christmas Tree