Monthly Archives: September 2013

Quilt # 1 DONE!

I am super excited to show off this project today.  Not because it is super complex, super cool or anything of that nature. It is however 3 VERY LONG years in the making and while super simple I learned a … Continue reading

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Halloween Ghosts

This little project has been on the someday list for awhile!  The best part about it was that it is easily adaptable for all ages to enjoy and everyone to make their own masterpiece. I did this with my 8 … Continue reading

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Crazy Hair Day

Recently it was crazy hair day at school.  I was in the doghouse for having just cut Woody’s hair (and NOT checking the calendar for said hair day OOPS!) After turning to Facebook where I received several fantastic ideas for … Continue reading

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Money, Money, Money

The time has come for Thumper to make his own money cans.  At our house we do the 10/50/40 plan for the money that comes in. 10% Tithing (a church donation learn more HERE) 50% Savings (This is put away … Continue reading

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I scream, you scream,

we all scream for ice cream! A few weeks ago we tried out a new homemade ice cream recipe.  4/5 liked it (Sadly the person it was intended to please didn’t work out so well) I adapted the recipe from … Continue reading

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What Do You Hear Activity (Bill Martin Jr)

Today I am sharing a fun sound activity I did with Thumper for the Virtual Book Club for Kids.  This month they are focusing on Bill Martin Jr.  We have LOVED reading many of his books this month. For our … Continue reading

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Scooting along

Over the weekend my husband and the boys made a scooter stand!  Hooray for no more tripping on scooters strewn everywhere! There are tutorials all over the internet.  Basically we used scrap wood and used the scooters to determine the … Continue reading

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