My daughter thinks there are two food groups in her world, doughnuts and ice cream. Since we have food allergies, buying doughnuts cost more than the $.50 ones most people buy at the local gas station. They can run up to $2 each and come frozen.
We were lucky enough to find a local food truck that offers allergy friendly mini doughnuts! This was life changing for us! I had not had a mini doughnut in over seven years! I think we both ate our weight in doughnuts, three times over, the first time we tried them. Continue reading
These are seven no fail snow day craft project you can do with your kids with things you already have in your house. No need to adventure out in the cold!
Those snow days, are LONG days for Mom. The kids are stuck inside and they get a little crazy after a while! Already this winter we have had countless days where I can’t rationalize taking the baby out to even go to the mall to walk laps.
This forced me to get creative on what I could busy the toddler with to keep her busy and to prevent me from going crazy! Continue reading
Since the Play-Doh you buy at the store contains Gluten, it was not an option for us to use. I went in search of a gluten-free recipe for play dough. I think I have tried every recipe you can find on Pintrest, with many epic fails! I finally found a recipe through my daughter’s early education class.
This is the easiest, and cheapest recipe I have found. It’s also the softest EVER!
Softest Play Dough
1 Part hair conditioner (I used Dove since I know its safe for my daughter, however you can use any kind you find at the Dollar Store)
2 Parts Cornstarch
Mix until combined. Stays fresh in a zip lock bag for about a week.