Since the first time my daughter held a crayon in her hand, she has been a little artist. She takes after my husband. The two of them are extremely artistic and it amazes me. Coloring is a favorite of hers, like every other child, but painting has a place in her heart. My daughter would … Continue reading My little artist and the benefits of art
As a parent, I am constantly asking myself when the right time to do Disney is. In my opinion, any age is good. Disney has something for everyone. My husband thinks we should wait until my daughter is older so she can remember the vacation. My response is “We don’t only have to go once.”. … Continue reading The Best Disney World Hotels for Every Budget
Make a girl pizza, you feed her for a day. Teach a girl to make pizza, you feed her for a lifetime. Making pizza is an easy, fun and yummy activity to do with kiddos. We had a blast making a semi-homemade pizza. We bought the dough from a great Italian market in our neighborhood. … Continue reading Pizza Party!
Photo courtesy of cooking.nytimes.com Don’t get me wrong the packaged hot cocoa mix isn’t a bad back up but there is nothing quite like homemade hot chocolate. I have been a foodie since I can remember and making homemade hot chocolate was always a favorite. My husband and I even had a hot chocolate bar … Continue reading Classic Hot Chocolate Recipe
Rescue elderberry has! We would not be able to make it through the cold and flu season without Mommy’s Bliss Organic Elderberry Syrup + Immunity Boost. Not only does this syrup have all of the benefits from the elderberries, it also contains probiotics, vitamins C and D, zinc, and echinacea. Elderberry dates back to prehistoric … Continue reading Elderberry to the rescue!.
Kansas City - the city of many nicknames and each more accurate than the next. The Heart of America is my personal preference. This nickname was originally given to describe the location of Kansas being smack in the middle of the country, in the heart of America. For me, this slogan surpasses its origination. When … Continue reading Kansas City – Heart of America
We were free and out to play! Mother nature has smiled on us with 50 degree weather! My daughter has an abundance of pent-up energy due to our usual activities being on holiday hiatus. When I saw how mild the weather was, I couldn’t resist but to allow her to scoot all of the energy … Continue reading Scoot’n through the day
Jonathan Rockefeller, the creator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, has given us yet another great production that debuted earlier this month. When a friend of mine offered me tickets, I accepted without hesitation! Paddington Bear has been a household name since the 1950’s. He is in our homes and our hearts via books, movies … Continue reading Paddington Gets in a Jam
Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Yesterday was a warm December Saturday in NYC. The Christmas hustle and bustle has just come to an end. Everything was checked off the to-do list and my mini and I were ready to explore! I decided to take my little love to a bakery I have been wanting to try … Continue reading Reminiscing with an old familiar friend..