Check out my Family Fun Inspiration List. These ideas are inspiring my family and I hope it inspires yours. We’re embracing winter weather, celebrating the holidays and counting down until 2020. The remaining days of 2019 will be filled with food, crafts and all things fun.
When I was a child, the idea of “giving back” meant donating toys I didn’t play with anymore and putting money in red kettles at the front of stores. My family took food to the local food bank and my parents helped me buy gifts for kids listed on tags hanging from the giving tree
This November, celebrate veterans, give thanks and kick off the holiday season with food and fun.
The holidays are basically here. The impending sense of overwhelm and warm fuzziness is here as well. I’ve dared to drag out the holiday decorations at least a few times. The other morning, I downloaded the Living Well Spending Less Holiday Planner and scrolled to my favorite section: Holiday Goals. In the free planner, there
Mix up a batch of these breakfast cookies for a healthy and tasty anytime of day snack.
My story: I started homeschooling about three years ago. I had no doubts that it was in our future. I was already a SAHM (working part time from home) and it just made sense for our family. Growing up, I had a friend who was homeschooled until high school. I was intrigued by the idea,
Here’s a look at what we’re up to learning wise and beyond for the month of November.
Have the kids help make this easy and tasty version of a Thanksgiving classic.
Skip the screams and aim for squeals this Halloween with your favorite PBS KIDS characters.
These are some of our family’s favorite things to do in the month of October I hope it inspires your family as well.