I’ve never been one for tradition, so it’s only fitting that I go a little outside-the-box when it comes to teacher gifts during the holidays.
Winter in Florida isn’t like winter everywhere else. I have worn shorts on Christmas day more times than I can remember. However, even this year has been unusually warm. So much so, that we promised our kids a day of paddle boarding and kayaking on JANUARY 2!!! Considering how warm (downright HOT!) it’s been, weContinue reading “Rainy Day Fun making “Summertime Jam””
Maybe it’s because I grew up with a brother who could, and still can, cook anything he wants or needs. Maybe it’s because I cook, and I only have sons. Either way, I have a firm belief that both of my boys should learn to cook and be comfortable in a kitchen. Sadly, too manyContinue reading “Boys Can Cook Too!”
The first time I ever made bread, I was 8 years old. My granny and I made a pineapple quick bread. By the time I was 9 years old, I’d graduated from quick breads and learned to make yeast bread. My aunt was the 4-H adviser in our community, and my granny had been aContinue reading “Looking for kid-friendly kitchen project? Try Bread-in-a-Bag”