Happy Sunday! Sorry I’ve been MIA these last few weeks. I’ve been crazy busy with playdates, getting the hang of cloth diapering, and starting my business. I will keep you all informed as to when I will be opening up shop in a few weeks! So this week, Cal has caught a nasty little cold. Perfect excuse to make a big batch of chicken soup! He absolutely loved it too. He ate this for 4 days straight and gobbled it down every time…This kid will eat anything off a fork or
Hey guys! After trying this homemade stuffing or “dressing” recipe, you’ll never want to buy the box ever again. It was just as quick to make, except it tasted 50000x better! I paired it with roasted chicken, fresh summer corn, and some cranberry sauce. I couldn’t get enough of it, so I made a thanksgiving quesadilla the next day….I hope you enjoy 🙂
Last night I came up with a pretty awesome recipe. I was really in the mood to go out for Mexican, but I have so much fresh groceries that I would hate to see go to waste. With everything I had, I decided to make a Tex Mex chicken soup. I’m not sure if there’s too much of a difference between this and chicken tortilla soup (other than the tortillas). This was my first attempt at making anything like this, so I was obviously surprised at how yummy it came out! I’m
This weeks feature friday is kid themed! I found an awesome DIY blogger name Lindsay. Her site is called Lindsay & Drew and has awesome home improvement and DIY projects. After looking through her blog, I am so inspired to go and find some old beat up furniture and give it a new make over! Here are a few awesome things I found on her site. Check her out! Here are a few of her kid friendly DIY’s and tutorials! Cal is going to love these!
Hey guys! So I found an awesome Mama who has some really great stuff on her blog. Her name is Kristen and her blog was called The Earthy Mama but she has a new blog that is called Rethink Simple. (They both have pretty much the same stuff on there) I found her through Pinterest when I was researching natural cleaning solutions, and boy am I glad I did! Seriously, I never even considered owning my own chickens until I read her post. Now I’m