With all of us home quarantined, I started scrambling for activities and all sorts of fun to keep my kids occupied with out having to run to the store to buy any ingredients or supplies. Now, let me put in my disclaimer about how much I despise Play Doh, but this was super easy and gave the kids something entertaining to do. The ingredients are minimal and you most likely have them in your pantry. It took all of 10 minutes and the clean up wasn’t horrible. It also keeps
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So, over the holidays there was a fire in town above a pizzeria that has been around for abut 50 years. Unfortunately, there was an apartment on top and it just so happens that these children went to my son’s school. A family of 5 now had no home or belongings just a few days after Christmas. Our community quickly put together a GoFundMe and donation drop offs and everyone came together fairly quickly and
*Insert dooming music here…. dun dun dunnnnnnnn…..* The most dreaded season has fallen upon us once again guys, yes FLU SEASON. The magic of the holidays has slowly slipped away from our finger tips and the season of germs, boogers & fevers is here. Our Christmas break started off with Max catching it first and then a few days later, my little one on Christmas Eve- Max didn’t get it half as bad as my poor little girl did. Let’s just say it was not fun at all
The most wonderful time of year is upon us and it couldn’t have started off better than with our December 1st snow storm! I feel like each year it gets harder and harder to keep the magic alive with my 6 year old with all the gossip going around at school so I am always trying my best to give him the most joyous experiences especially during this time. I’ve put together a few places that you can enjoy with your kids during Christmas. I try