Making Driving Lessons Meaningful

If you have a kid with a driver's permit like I do, you might find these tips for making lessons meaningful quite interesting--I did.

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Help Your Children Get Ahead at School

Today guest blogger, George Campbell shares ideas for helping your child get and stay ahead in school.

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Plants for Mom – Now and Later

The Mother's Day gift that keeps on giving...with a plant, seeds and notes and pics from the kids, all in one!

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Creating a Game Room Your Whole Family Will Love

Today we've got some ideas on how to upgrade your family room into a game room. A family room upgrade is good not only for providing the family a fun space, but also increasing the value of your home!

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Salads are for Spring Time

For me, spring is when I start craving salads. And, salads are the perfect recipe for making with the kids--they're easy and delicious!

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3 Good Digital Habits for Parents and Kids

3 Good Digital Habits for Parents and Kids

Posted on 02 April 2014

With the prevalence of technology in our lives today, having good digital habits is essential for parents and kids. Today, guest blogger, Ruth Johnson, shares some tips. Continue Reading

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Two Kids Easter Round-up

Two Kids Easter Round-up

Posted on 30 March 2014

We've shared a few new Easter items this year, but we've got a few other ideas from the past that we thought we'd re-share, as well. Continue Reading

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Chai Spice Carrot Cake

Chai Spice Carrot Cake

Posted on 28 March 2014

Carrot cake is delicious, and this one adds a twist with chai spices. It's a simple recipe that the kids will love to help make and eat. Continue Reading

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Easter Bunny Goodie Bag

Easter Bunny Goodie Bag

Posted on 26 March 2014

In the last couple weeks, Soph and I have been focusing on Easter. Today we share our Easter Bunny Goodie Bags that we'll share with our neighborhood friends! Continue Reading

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Bunny Bottle Toppers

Bunny Bottle Toppers

Posted on 20 March 2014

This kids craft is a cute way to top an Easter gift or bottle shaped present--it's a bunny made from a toilet paper roll! Continue Reading

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Four Reasons to Say Yes to Computer Games

Four Reasons to Say Yes to Computer Games

Posted on 17 March 2014

Guest poster Eric Rogers shares 4 reasons to say yest to computer games today. And he has first hand knowledge of the benefits having waited in line for both the Ps4 and Xb1, he's a seasoned gamer. In addition to regularily playing pokemon, he blogs on next-gen games. Continue Reading

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Now Casting Culinary Kids For Food Network!

Now Casting Culinary Kids For Food Network!

Posted on 14 March 2014

If you are a fan of the Food Network, then you've probably seen, Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. Guess What?! Casting for season 2 is currently ON! Continue Reading

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Sesame Carrot Salad

Sesame Carrot Salad

Posted on 12 March 2014

If you're looking for a fun spring dish to prepare with the kids, this Sesame Carrot Salad is a must try. Easy for kids of lots of ages to help with & tasty! Continue Reading

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Make Your Own Bunny Ears and Tail

Make Your Own Bunny Ears and Tail

Posted on 10 March 2014

Sure, you can buy store made bunny ears, but why not make your own and add a tail! Today we share how we made ours. Continue Reading

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Carrot Cake Spice Tea

Carrot Cake Spice Tea

Posted on 07 March 2014

There's more to tea than pre-filled bags of leaves. You can make your own & this sweet & spicy carrot tea will be a hit with the whole family-served hot or cold! Continue Reading

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Make a Spring Flower While Waiting for Spring

Make a Spring Flower While Waiting for Spring

Posted on 05 March 2014

One way that the kids and I have been keeping our minds focused on the warmer days ahead is by doing spring-y crafts like 'Sunshine the Flower.' Continue Reading

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Super Simple Buttered Cabbage

Super Simple Buttered Cabbage

Posted on 03 March 2014

Cabbage is one of that is popular around St. Patrick's day because of all the Irish Cabbage recipes. You can get pretty fancy with cabbage if you want, but for me, the best way to serve it is steamed with butter--here's our recipe. Continue Reading

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Kids Crafts from Recycled Household Items

Kids Crafts from Recycled Household Items

Posted on 01 March 2014

Today we welcome writer, crafting queen and doting grandmother, Kimberly Rodriquez as our guest blogger. She's sharing some cool craft project ideas made from recycled household items. I know you'll like her ideas as much as I do! Continue Reading

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Good Luck Knot Necklace

Good Luck Knot Necklace

Posted on 27 February 2014

This Good Luck Knot Necklace is not easy, but, preteens who love loom bracelets will love this knotting technique to add to their repertoire for St. Patrick's Day. Continue Reading

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Super Simple Irish-Inspired Stew

Super Simple Irish-Inspired Stew

Posted on 25 February 2014

I've been researching Irish foods and other traditions because of the up coming St. Patrick's day holiday and decided that an easy, tasty and fun recipe that the whole family could help make and enjoy would be a stew. So, what follows is one of our super simple recipe for an Irish inspired stew. Continue Reading

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Scrapbooking with Kids: Build Skills and Memories

Scrapbooking with Kids: Build Skills and Memories

Posted on 20 February 2014

Scrapbooking with your kids is more than just gluing pictures in a book, it can help build important skills while preserving memories and having fun! Continue Reading

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Wanna Win a Trip to Disney World?  Here’s How…

Wanna Win a Trip to Disney World? Here’s How…

Posted on 18 February 2014

Of Course! Right? Well, if you've got kids who love to share their knowledge of how stuff works...you could win a Family Vacation to Walt Disney World®, courtesy of American Home Shield (AHS). Continue Reading

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Foods Offering Anti-inflammatory Properties May Ease Your Aching Back

Foods Offering Anti-inflammatory Properties May Ease Your Aching Back

Posted on 15 February 2014

Lately, my neck and shoulder have been causing me issues with chronic pain and numbness. Probably, due to poor posture sitting at a desk much of my work life, and all that hauling around of kids and their stuff over the years. I'm starting yoga and continuing strength training to deal with this, but anti-inflammatory food is another route I am pursuing, which is why I'm excited to share guest blogger Kathy Nealson's post. Continue Reading

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