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Holiday Giveaway

I’m teaming up with some fabulous bloggers from our weekly Mom’s Library link up party to bring you this awesome Holiday Giveaway just in time for Christmas. We really appreciate you stopping in each week to check out all the amazing resources from moms like you. 5 weeks of giveaways are coming at you worth […]

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12 Ways to Help a New Mom

This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Huggies Little Snugglers and Latina Bloggers Connect. With each child my wishes and desires for my time after I got home with the baby–changed. I remember with our first child, I was a naïve mom in so many ways.  I remember agreeing for my husband to put together […]

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The Best Apple Pie Dip

Every time I’ve ever brought this to a party it gets all eaten up. Well, until this past weekend when I took it to a Halloween party without chilling it first.  It wasn’t as amazing. So I highly recommend chilling it after making it. I’m proud to say that last year this recipe got picked […]

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Free Thanksgiving Printables

Studying the first Thanksgiving is a great way to kickoff this month! As you know I teach my kids ranging from preschool – fourth grade so I’m always looking for ways to overlap on topics and subjects.  So for the next couple of weeks we will be briefly touching on the first Thanksgiving and the […]

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Nature Walk Craft: Pine Cone Pets

It’s that time of the year, for nature hikes and camping! So after your Thanksgiving feast go on a walk and have the little ones pick up pinecones for a craft when they get back home.  It’s really easy to make and they turned out so adorable. I teamed up with some other fabulous bloggers from […]

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Last Minute No Sew Wizard of Oz Costumes

Last Minute No Sew Wizard of Oz Costumes I’ve been  trying to figure out what I’m going to wear tonight to our girls night out costume party. I received lots of great suggestions on my Facebook Page. I especially liked this one, After much consideration I came up with the idea of a no-sew Dorothy costume. […]

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Easy Reward System That Works

Easy Reward System That Works Rewards systems have been used in the workplace, at school, in the home, in jail, in the hospital… all of these places have been known to use some type of reward system to motivate.  But for some families reward systems to their dismay haven’t been effective. Before you toss the idea […]

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Mexican Pizza Sticks

This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Hunt’s Tomato Sauce and Latina Bloggers Connect. Mexican Pizza Sticks I’ve never actually had Mexican style pizza until today.  So before making it, I went online searching for some ideas and found lots of variations.  Some used salsa base pizza sauce others use the traditional tomato base […]

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3 Kid Friendly Restaurants in Quito Ecuador

First let me start off by telling you that kid menus are more of a U.S. thing.  A lot of countries around the world expect children to eat what everyone else is eating, therefore, a menu for little ones isn’t available.  This was shocking for me when we first went out to eat in Quito, Ecuador. […]

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Edible Science: Spider Web Snack

Edible Science: Spider Web Snack Easy fun snacks totally make my day and my kids day.  We’re studying spiders in science so I made these with my boys.  I didn’t go into too much detail for the spider’s body in our snack so it doesn’t have 8 legs or 8 eyes but the kids were […]

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Pumpkin French Toast Rolls

Amazing is the only word I can think of to describe these Pumpkin French Toast Rolls for breakfast!  Seriously amazing! I’m definitely making this again, they are perfect for brunch with the family or a special Saturday morning breakfast. And I would even venture to say they are sweet enough to enjoy as dessert. Though […]

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Nutella Stuffed Bread: Frankenstein, Mummy & Zombie

Holidays for our global nomad family  usually consist of a mix of many activities.  This past weekend we decided to incorporate most of them into one Sunday afternoon.  I know sounds crazy, but we did it! Ecuadorians enjoy Colada morada and Guagas de pan for Day of the Dead and Mexicans enjoy Pan de Muertos and Atole.  Then theirs our […]

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Fun Halloween Food

Fun Halloween Food I prefer the fun Halloween food that doesn’t have brains and blood. I just have a hard time getting past it. I bought a whole chicken from the store one day and when I got home I discovered that the brand I picked out included the head, feet and other guts with […]

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Fall Snack with Edible Paint

Fall Snack with Edible Paint Last weeks preschool theme which I haven’t blogged about (sorry it was a CRAZY week with lots of drama) was on All Things Fall and P is for Pumpkin.  It was also my week to host our preschool co-op so I made lots of pumpkin shaped pb & j’s for the […]

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How I Speak to Myself

How I speak to myself is related to what I believe about myself. I’ve been pondering a lot lately what’s in my thought box. I grew up with critical parents, they didn’t criticize me with harsh words or name calling but I rarely found myself doing things as they wanted them done.  I don’t think they tried to […]

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Halloween Food: Mummy Pizza

Halloween Food: Mummy Pizza Have you read the book Where’s My Mummy? by Carolyn Crimi?  It’s a fun little book about a mummy who can’t find his mama mummy.  We read it as we started our M is for Monsters (& Mummies) week!  We’ve also been studying Egypt with my older boys who’ve been fascinated by […]

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Fall Leaves Letter Learning Activity

When I used to teach preschoolers back in the day, this is one of the activities I did with them. They loved it! My son loved it!  I’ve left his tree up because we turned it into an educational letter learning activity and wrote the letters he’s been learning on them. I’ll share the fun song […]

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Pumpkin Investigation Activities

Pumpkin Investigation Activities {Science & Art} We went to the market and picked out our pumpkins!  The kids have been begging me to get pumpkins so we did, I’m not sure if they’ll make it until Halloween. This whole week we focused on all things pumpkin in our homeschool.  The kids loved it and hopefully […]

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