Confession time, I hate play-doh. It gets every where and my son is bored playing with it after a minute or two. An old co-worker of mine use to only let her kids play with play-doh out side. Now, I’m not that strict. but I am grateful for linoleum kitchen floors. My son is a […]
I am not much of a cook, but I love to eat! This weekend we had an AH-mazing Cafe Rio style Pork Salad made by Stacy. This is the recipe she used and you’ll want to make a double batch it was such a hit. Cafe Rio Pork 5-6 lb pork tenderloin roast 3 cups […]
My son learned a lovely phrase this past week, “I can’t”. He says it all day long. Everything is “I can’t”. Me: Hey honey go get your sippy cup Son: I can’t Me: You can go down the big slide Son: I can’t It breaks my heart a little that he really things he cannot […]
About a year ago I made the transition from being a full-time working mother to a full-time stay at home mother. To be honest, the transition was hard for me. But I had a business that had just started and was enjoying working from home while my son took naps or in the evenings. Five […]
DIY FIZZY BATH BOMBS Here are the Fizzy Bath Bombs we made today. We ended up using a kit from Michael’s to try it out first. These bath bombs are easy to make and a fun thing to do with your kids. We are going to try making these with essential oils. Do you have […]
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We LOVE FIZZY BATH BALLS and have been buying them at the store, but they are kind of expensive around $2-$3 each. I thought it would be fun to make our own. I just did a search for recipes and they look super easy. Has anyone tried these before? We are heading to the store […]
Last April I participated in Ladies Who Launch where I incubated my baby skincare line LITTLE STINKER. Ladies Who Launch is a fantastic national organization of women who collaborate, ignite and master mind ideas. Our meetings were filled with energy, enthusiasm and serious sisterhood bonding moments. In one of our meeting we got to talking […]
Photo Credit: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Downy_Woodpecker/id The Downy Woodpecker is one of my favorite visitors to our feeder. We have a male and female that come visit. My photos aren’t as great as this one. The male has read on his head to attract a female. They love to eat suet cakes. We buy ours at the grocery […]
Photo Credit : http://www.bigtimbercreek.org/Gold_Finch_web.jpg You may not know that I am a total bird nerd. We have some pretty amazing birds in our back yard. We found Gold Finch back on the feeder this week. It took us a few years to attract these little friends. They like to eat thistle. We buy ours at […]
For very special occasions in my family, I make Brusviger. Also known as the Poor Man’s Birthday Cake on the island of Fyn, where I was born. For the dough: 1 cup milk, lukewarm 2 tbsp. fresh yeast 2 tbsp. sugar 1/2 tsp. salt 2 egg 2 – 2 1/2 cups flour 6 2/3 tbsp. melted […]
I made my famous Key Lime pie again last night. Shhh…don’t tell my hubby I used Fat Free sweetened condensed milk and Fat Free whipping cream. The real secret, however is using this special Key Lime Juice. Drool.
I just got the cutest email from my Grandma: “Just thought the other day,we traveled half around the world,to see you when you were born—what a thrill and joy it was when we got the phone call,you had arrived. When we had to go through the customs at airport in Copenhagen, I quickly showed them […]
Lisa Speaks to VIP women Lisa Nichols is a well spoken beautiful woman that was the keynote speaker at the Illuminated Woman Ignite the Spark conference this weekend in Salt Lake City.
I found an old friend of mine yesterday. Silence. It’s not usually found at my house and it was a nice reunion. It was a refreshing reminder to be still and listen to my thoughts. Over the past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the Ignite Your Spark conference sponsored by Illuminated Woman. Over […]
Danish Pancake Recipe This is one of our families favorite pancakes to eat for breakfast. Known by other names, like Swedish Pancakes, these are easy to make and easy to eat! Instructions Things You’ll Need: regular wheat eggs milk water sugar butter/for the pan Step 1 this will give you 10-12 pancakes. Depending on the […]