When my son came home and told me he started his home-ec quarter, I was surprised. I had no idea they did that anymore. My daughter missed out because we lived somewhere else during this grade.
“Do you like it?” I asked.
“You’ll see,” he answered.
I think I know the answer . . . → Read More: Ode to Home-Ec (plus recipe)
One of my husband’s favorite childhood memories comes from a taffy pull. Having never experienced this myself, I thought this would be the perfect ending to a spring break week.
So we looked at several salt water taffy recipes and they all seemed relatively straight forward. Essentially sugar, corn syrup, and flavoring. We . . . → Read More: Salt Water Taffy Gone Wrong
Using only pastels, my youngest colored this for me. Ah, perfect timing too. It still feels and looks like winter outside, but my inner clock is ready for spring and flowers! She said the secret to her drawing is to outline everything in black to make it pop. It makes me want to . . . → Read More: Art Time
Looking for a cure for cabin fever? I found a sneaky way to get the kids to declutter: Gather any useless fast food toys or broken toys for a glow-in-dark scavenger hunt.
We found a cheap pack of glow in the dark paints at Target during the Halloween season, but I’ve noticed a lot . . . → Read More: Glow in the Dark Scavenger Hunt