It’s a busy night and you need an easy, cheap, quick dinner solution. How about a baked potato bar?
Counting breaths 1…2…3… As you lay there next to me without a care because you know you’re cared for, know you’re loved know if you reach your little hand out just a bit you will find my warm body next to you Know you can wiggle a little closer less than half awake and find… Continue reading Counting Breaths: A Poem for my Infant Son
I made this texture exploration quiet book for my preschool class. It’s simple even for the less than crafty. Here’s how to make your own.
We all want our children to have the best possible start in life, to grow and learn as human beings as they progress through childhood. For some parents that means sifting through the unending torrent of educational toys offered by stores and online. There all all kinds of apps and toys with flashy lights and… Continue reading Homemade Toys
I am by no means a talented baker. I’ve made my own homemade bread before but it always comes out too dense or doesn’t rise properly or has some other quirk. Even the so called easy recipes don’t always do right for me but celebrating the approaching fall makes me feel like baking and eating… Continue reading Recipe Time! Super Simple Banana Bread
So here’s tonight’s dinner, ribs and chicken cooked and smoked on a wood fire grill with fresh cantaloupe. It gave us a chance to use some leftover meat from some other meals and was delicious and enjoyed by all! Through the summer we like to use our grill out on the patio because It doesn’t… Continue reading Summer Grilling
My seven month old son is a hearty eater. Anyone can tell that by looking at him, but you won’t find a single jar of baby food in our cabinets. He’s eaten table food pretty much from the time he started solids. It just made sense that he would eat what we ate as a… Continue reading Baby Led Weaning