It's easy to be a scientist. Just look around and ask, "Why?" Sweet T does this approximately 673 times per day, so I think a Nobel Prize might be in her future.
As a science-based company, Bayer has a company wide initiative to encourage kids to learn science by doing science. It's called Making Science Make Sense® and it encourages curiosity, … [Read More...]
Do you want to take your grits to a whole new level? Introduce them to bacon and cheddar cheese. The combination is unbelievable. This is good for breakfast, brunch, or when you just have a craving. All my children are crazy about Cheddar Bacon Grits.
I gave the measurement for bacon as 1/4 of a cup instead of number of slices or a … [Read More...]
Now that I've graduated from carrying a full-on diaper bag, it's nice to carry a little less and have more fashion flexibility. Still, with two small kids in tow, I tend to cram a lot in my handbag. Here are a few of the basics that I always have with me.
Fossil Wallet - I love the function and look of my wallet and rarely switch it out. I … [Read More...]
If you need a one pot dinner idea, try this one dish meal of beef and rice. Ready in 15 minutes!
15 Minute Beef and Rice Dish
Print 15 Minute Beef and Rice Dish Author: Jenn Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 15 mins If you need a one pot dinner idea, try this one dish meal of beef and … [Read More...]
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A love of travel is something I inherited from my mother, and I hope to pass on to at least one of my children. After being at home for a few weeks, I start to get itchy feet and need to go somewhere even if it's just a day trip with … [Read More...]
This simple peanut brittle recipe is ready to go in 15 minutes!
Microwave Peanut Brittle Recipe
Print Simple Peanut Brittle Author: Jenn Recipe type: Dessert Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 15 mins This basic peanut brittle recipe makes a fantastic dessert recipe for parties. … [Read More...]
Moist and delicious oven roasted pork tenderloin recipe. Make gravy from the pan drippings for a real treat!
Today I want to share with you one of my favorite pork recipes. Not only is it easy to prepare, it also makes a stunning presentation for entertaining. Whether you are hosting a buffet style party or a formal sit down dinner this … [Read More...]
A couple of months ago, my hairstyle changed pretty dramatically. I was able to donate 17 inches of hair and still have some to spare!
This new cut took some getting used to, but once I figured out how to style it, I fell in love. It's so much easier to take care of and much cooler for summer.
My hair has a bit of natural wave to it, so … [Read More...]
Now that I'm in my 30s, I'm more aware of how my diet affects my hair, skin, and nails. What I could get away with at 20, I can't at 33! This new season in life has forced me to pay more attention to staying hydrated and eating healthier foods since it doesn't take very long for my health habits to show up in the mirror.
This time of year, I … [Read More...]
It's hot, ya'll! Not only are you trying to beat the heat, but I bet you don't want to heat up your house by baking. There's nothing like your air conditioning fighting with your stove and loosing. Try one of these frozen pie recipes to serve up dessert this summer, no sweat. :)
20 Frozen Pie Recipes
Frozen PB&C Cheesecake from Noshing … [Read More...]
This post is brought to you by the Publix Baby Club. All opinions are my own.
August will mark 5 straight years of diapering at our house, and if Gus has any say in the matter, we're in for at least another year! Our most recent potty training attempts ended rather abruptly:
I think he made it pretty clear that he isn't ready, don't you? … [Read More...]
It's been a rainy summer which is unusual for Alabama, so on days that we can't go to the pool, it's a challenge to keep a 2 and a 4 year old from going stir crazy and tearing the house apart. Dancing in the rain looses it's appeal after about 10 minutes (even though it makes for fun photos) and then back in the house we go!
It's said that … [Read More...]
Loaded potato soup is one of my favorite soups. There are many different recipes for loaded potato soup but most contain the same primary ingredients; potatoes, cheese, bacon, and onion. I have tried various recipes but I’m always a little disappointed in the end flavor, the potatoes always seem a little bland. I have tried boiling them in … [Read More...]
Father's Day might not come around for another year, but don't let that stop you from from recognizing the men in your life who demonstrate #RealStrength. I'm blessed to have a father who modeled kindness, a strong work ethic, and reliability. Those traits are what I naturally looked for in the quest for Mr. Right, and I'm so thankful I found him … [Read More...]