We are ready for Spring! We are saying good bye to Old Man Winter and are making cupcake paper flowers. They are delightfully easy and need only basic supplies.
To make cupcake paper flowers you need: miniature cupcake papers a glue stick 4 inch cardstock circles (or the size of your choice)
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I don’t intend for this post to be overly negative, but I am concerned. I’m concerned that screens (iPads, phones, computers, and etc) are being overused by very young children at the baby and toddler age level. There are many concepts that children can learn through the use of hand held devices. But grown-ups, please . . . Read More: Babies, Toddlers and Screen Time
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I was completely pleased when eMeals contacted me about trying their product. I have been struggling with cooking more healthfully over recent months, and we’ve been . . . Read More: Cooking and Saving with eMeals
My Aunt Jennifer makes the most delicious, moist pumpkin bread ever. I don’t even really like ‘pumpkiny’ stuff either. That is how good this bread is! When I visit my parents during the holidays, I usually find a loaf that has been delivered, and my mother always shares a piece or two with me. Thanks, . . . Read More: Aunt Jennifer’s Pumpkin Bread (and cake too!)
Googly eyes are an arts and craft staple in the preschool world. We love adding them to gourds and pumpkins for Halloween.
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