This FROZEN inspired Olaf snack post is part of a #FROZENFun sponsored campaign for #CollectiveBias. All opinions expressed are my own.
Snack time is always a favorite part of the day in my house. I like to frequently incorporate a movie or theme into the foods to make it more fun. With the DVD release of FROZEN coming next week, it only seems fitting to get the boys excited with a fun little snack.Read More
This Knorr Pasta & fresh produce dinner recipe is part of a sponsored post for a Collective Bias® #WalmartProduce #cbias campaign. All opinions expressed are my own.
In a perfect world, I would have time to cook a homemade dinner every evening for my family. I try my best by creating a meal plan each week to stay on track. But even then, some days fly by, leaving me with no time to make what was planned. That’s why I keep my pantry stocked for quick meals.Read More
In in effort to spread awareness about the Champions for Kids #SIMPLEGiving program and teaching kids to donate, I created this sponsored post for Collective Bias® and their client. All opinions expressed are my own.
My two oldest sons, ages 3 and 4, are evolving into amazing little men. They are always curious, asking questions, and eager to learn about new things. With the holiday season approaching, I have been looking for ways to teach them about donating and giving back to our community.Read More
The last couple weeks have been hectic in my house. I didn’t even have the chance to get to the store to do my normal shopping or my bulk shopping. It is times like this, I remember one of the main reasons I stock up on everyday essentials.Read More
Coffee has always been one of my favorite beverages. Not a day goes by where I don’t enjoy at least one cup. When I think of coffee, I always think of Starbucks. If I am out running errands, I cannot resist driving through a Starbucks drive-thru for a fresh cup of deliciousness. When it comes to drinking coffee at home, I still can depend on Starbucks to get me through the day.Read More
The month of March brings a lot of great things around my house. My husband gets a year older, spring begins, barbecues start back up and college basketball tournaments are always on. We like to host gatherings at our house almost weekly to watch games, barbecue, snack, play cards and relax. Sometimes our gatherings aren’t planned and end up being last minute with people showing up at the house with little notice. For that reason, I always keep easy snack foods in stock, especially chips.Read More
My two older sons are 2 & 3 and are only 14 months apart in age. My two year old always wants to be like his big brother, do everything he does and follow his lead. My oldest has been pretty much potty-trained for awhile now and last week it was clear Chase wanted to be as well. One morning as Ethan got a new pair of underwear, Chase also got one, handed it to me and said he wanted to wear them too and be a ‘big boy like Ethan’. Throughout the day, he showed more signs of his readiness and eagerness to start his potty training journey. He would tell me when he wet his diaper and asked to sit on the potty a few times. I say it’s time for some training pants!Read More
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