It sounds impossible! Kids drinking green juice. No way! But yes way it can happen and here’s how to make it easier. First, juice at home. I’ve gone to different juice bars and my girls will hate one or the other because it’s too spicy or too veggie. So, to not make them suspicious of … Continue reading Kids Will Green Juice
We started Halloween costumes over Labor Day weekend. We kinda dig Halloween big time around here. As a kid I had no interest in it but I did dream that one day I’d make my children’s costumes. Now here I am with two young girls and Halloween is a magnificent time of creating, sewing and … Continue reading Something’s fishy
Weekday breakfasts. I do not like cereal. It’s one of the most processed foods on the grocery shelves. My youngest is not a fan of eggs. She’ll take it for about a week. Not a day more. I use to do pancakes or waffles quite a bit because it’s easy. Yes, easy! I made … Continue reading Weekday Breakfast Smorgasbord
My youngest plays DJ on the morning ride to school. She’s six. This is her playlist: Shakira: Try Everything The Greatest Showman: This is Me Pink: Just Like Fire Sing!: Johnny’s I’m Still Standing I asked her this week why she picked these songs and her response was “Because I’m going to go to school … Continue reading Get Pumped Up!
Do you cook much? I cook quite a bit. I don’t say it to sound so Martha Stewart, I say it because the more I cook the more I notice that great food is really simple. Great news for us moms! Take mac and cheese for example. It’s pasta, cheese, butter, milk, and flour. What’s … Continue reading Pasta Alfredo is really Mac and Cheese Dressed up in Fancy Pants Cheese.
I have tons of Colombian coffee hand delivered from the Motherland at home but some days I stop and get coffee. Why? Because there are days I need something done for me. As simple as a cup of coffee brought to my table may seem, that’s what I need to feel whole again. I need … Continue reading I need something made for me.
My oldest was off from school yesterday so we went on a hike together. I don’t take for granted that she, number one CAN do a one hour hike with me at my pace and two, is WILLING to do it. At a time when I’m hearing many moms complain about their daughter’s attitude and … Continue reading Give Them Focus and Respect and You Will Get it Back