Apple Print Bags

It’s 4:25 in the afternoon. And my kids are in the bathtub. Why? Because Asa had a little accident during his nap. Which has not happened in months. Of course, I had just put his newly laundered comforter on his bed the day before. So, we’re off to wash every piece of bedding again. *sigh* […]

Easter Lily

Last week Lydia had an Easter party at school. I of course, volunteered to help at it. I volunteer for every party. So, the kids are always exited to see me coming (at least I think they are!) We did a color-coded egg hunt. I gave each kid a bag with colors on them. They […]

DIY Duct Tape Flower Pen {Perfect Teacher Valentine!}

Pin It At church today, one of the tweens I work with in our Large Group preschool environment was making duct tape flowers. I have a soft spot for duct tape and asked her to teach me how to make one. And she did. And now I’m showing you! {subscribers, click over to see the […]

Make & Takes for Kids

Did you have Childcraft books when you were a kid? My favorite one was the Make & Do one. It had all those fun crafts and art projects. I loved flipping through those pages and imagining all those crafts! Well, my friend Marie LeBaron from Make and Takes has released her own craft book! And […]

How To Dye Pasta

I have been wanting to dye pasta for months. (Seriously, I saw an article in a Publix magazine about dyed pasta crafts, then lost the magazine and then emailed Publix and they sent me one to my house. That must have been before Pinterest!) Add this to finally finding some ABC pasta and I decided […]

Miss Fannie's Hat

The following post is from Jessie of  Vanderbilt Wife. She’s filling in with her awesomeness today while I’m on my bloggy hiatus: We have discovered so many wonderful books through Impress Your Kids. My daughter just loves How to Be a Baby (By Me, the Big Sister), The Parable of the Lily, the Jesus Storybook […]

Outnumber the Grains of Sand

We found a cute craft in FamilyFun Magazine this month: a Mermaid Wand. I have no idea why a mermaid would need a wand. But it’s a craft with shells and sand, so we made it! Not only that it goes perfectly with the scripture we’re studying this week from Psalm 139: God, your thoughts […]