I came across this idea in my Facebook timeline about a month ago and decided I would give it a try. It was such a fun spin on the traditional rice crispy treats. The kids truly enjoyed making them. Ingredients *per box of 8 peeps* 2 tablespoons butter 1 1/2 cups crispy rice cereal chocolate chips (optional) Melt 2 tablespoons of butter. Add in 8 peeps … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday – Rice “Peepsy” Treats
One of the best things you can do for your spouse is to become a better you. How can you be the spouse or parent you were called to be if you are not the best version of yourself. Don’t you want to give your family the best? That goal will never be attained if you are unable to be the best you can be. … Continue reading Marital Monday: Be a Better You!!!
I knew we should have just stayed in and ate leftovers and ordered the kids matzo ball soup from the diner. As I am starting this post we are on our way home from Ruby Tuesdays. My husband is driving and I just heard him asked, “Why is it that both of you have no shoes and socks on? ” It’s been that kind of … Continue reading Check Please!
I do not consider myself to be a judgmental person. However, there are times when I feel like Facebook stirs up judgement inside of me. Yes, you read that clearly, I blame Facebook for me being judgmental at times. For instance if you are posting about your young child cutting up or cussing at school and yet admit that you cuss in front of them, … Continue reading Facebook Makes me Judgemental
I was watching the news the other day and there was a segment that caught me by surprise. It made me realize that I live in a bubble and I am totally unaware of things that going on around me. I don’t think I am alone in being ignorant to issues outside of “traditional” ways of living. I put traditional in quotes because I am … Continue reading Will You Parent With Me?
Since my son Aaron was 17 months old he has some how found his way into our bed every night. He will go to sleep independently but when he wakes up during the night he comes into our room and climbs into our bed. Sometimes he may wake up at 11:30 PM or sometimes it may be 4:30 AM, it varies. Aaron will be 2 … Continue reading Empty Bed Syndrome (For Parents)