Allergen-Friendly Halloween Treats

The following post is from Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free: With Halloween right around the corner, I’m met with a certain ambivalence. My 20-month old, Nate, is so very aware of what everyone around him is eating. He’s also aware of when he can’t have the same thing as everyone else. Over the weekend […]

On Kids and Social Media

To be honest, I’m not exactly sure what the point of this post is. I’m not offering advice or really even sharing a story; mostly, I’m just trying to process my own thoughts and hear yours as well! Let me start by saying that I’ve been a mom long enough to know that I know […]

Homemade Frozen Yogurt Tubes

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: The ultimate easy snack and packable treat has become tubes of yogurt, stuck in the freezer until hard, and then eaten like a popsicle or packed to-go style and used as an extra edible ice pack. My kids love them, and […]

How to Make Coasters Out of Felted Sweaters

The following post is from Micaela of Mindful Momma: Valentine’s Day may be right around the corner, but there’s still time to whip up a quick gift for your sweetie. These simple felted coasters are made from re-purposed sweaters that have been shrunk in the wash, giving them new life as felted wool. Better yet, […]

Nature Apps for Summer Family Fun

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: Summer is here, time to get out and about and enjoy the warm summer weather with the family! There‚Äôs a ton of great apps out there to help you enjoy the great outdoors and here are just a few of my favorites. Geocaching (iOS & Android) […]

Overcoming the Stress of Having Kids in the Kitchen {Eat Well, Spend Less}

For this month’s Eat Well, Spend Less theme, we’re talking about kids in the kitchen… Although I’m learning to enjoy my time in the kitchen, I still find it a bit stressful. I have to really focus and concentrate so that I don’t make stupid mistakes, and things that might seem obvious to someone with […]

Kid-Friendly iPad Cases

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: Kids these days are learning their colors, numbers and letters with the iPad as learning devices. But as much as I love the idea of technology being such an integral part of childhood and the learning process, the idea of my preschooler running around with an […]


Gardening with Your Kids

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: I happen to know that Mandi is going to talk about cooking with her kids in a week, and while I have shared my personal feelings and a few strategies for doing just that, I thought I’d take this opportunity to […]