Updated for 2022. Originally posted February 2015 I don't know about you, but I ALWAYS seem to wait until the last minute to pick up classroom Valentine's for my kids. You know how it goes, you see them in the stores and think "There's still time to pick up something. I'll buy them next … [Read more...] about Printable Valentine’s Day Cards
Looking for a fun Halloween craft for the kids? Check out this cute Marshmallow Pretzel Skeleton Pop. It's a craft and treat in one! These Skeleton Pops are easy to create, fun to play with, delicious to eat, and make adorable decorations! They go great with these Mummy Dogs and Mummy Juice … [Read more...] about Marshmallow and Pretzel Skeleton Pop
I don't know about you, but I'm not exactly the craftiest person. I get frustrated when there are too many steps to follow or if it takes too long to complete. I REALLY wanted to make this wreath, but I knew I didn't have the patience to finish the project. Gluing all those little putka pods would … [Read more...] about Quick and Easy Pumpkin Goody Bags
I love to bake. I don't do it as much as my kids would like, but when I do bake, I do it well! (Bread and cookies are my specialties, they never last longer than a few minutes in the house unless I bake when the kids aren't home, lol). This is my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe of all time. … [Read more...] about Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe Ever!
Here in North Carolina the state’s 50,000+ farmers produce over 80 different kinds of commodities. This includes over 50 different types of produce, making NC one of the most diverse agricultural states in the country! (You can't beat our fresh fruit and vegetables, IMHO!) To see what fruits and … [Read more...] about Tips to Pick and Store the Freshest Summer Fruit
Is your child Prepared In Case Of Emergency (ICE)? With hurricane season in full swing, it is imperative that we equip our children with the information and supplies needed in case they are in school or daycare when a disaster hits. Children are the most vulnerable in emergency situations. That’s … [Read more...] about Is your child prepared In Case Of Emergency (ICE)?