We’re pinning our holiday favorites on our new Pinterest board Holiday Gifts for Kids, come join us! Things we found and want to share from this past week: Nelson Mandela, Inspiration to World, Dies At 95 Sweet Paul’s Icelandic Silver Coin Cookies sound like the perfect addition to our holiday baking list!
We’re so thrilled to share with you Em’s feature on ONE.org! She put together an amazing playlist of “dreamy, hopeful music that gets toes tapping and hands clapping” so be sure to go check it out! Things we found and want to share from this past week: Although these videos weren’t necessarily
Things we found and want to share from this past week: This Soba Salad with Miso Dressing from Epicurious is a weekend must! Design Sponge’s Color Day 2013 is a fest for the eyes you won’t want to miss. Diaper bags have never looked so good! Slingshots – a thing of the
Cinco de Mayo is a day for celebration! The fifth of May is the anniversary of the Mexican army’s unlikely victory in 1862 in the fight for independence from French forces. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, we’ve rounded up a few recipes and DIY’s for this year’s fiesta. Tablescapes – Mix
Guest blogger, Alyson, shares a kid- friendly Swedish Apple Pie recipe with us. The kids and I whipped up this quick, easy, fun dessert. Apple pie is a popular dessert in Sweden. We loved making this crust-less apple pie because the kids could pitch in. Who doesn’t love practicing your counting and
I am a soup addict. Every weekend I’ll make a huge pot and eat it for lunch throughout the week. My soup phases have become a way of marking time and seasons – last winter I made a lot of chicken noodle soup, butternut squash soup, and carrot ginger soup. Roasted red
I don’t cook. I just draw. But if anything was ever going to get me to cook, it would be this awesome website. Recipes hidden within pretty drawings. Love it. (Make sure you check out their map, to see recipes from all over the world.)