If you haven't heard of this game by now, it's a shame....but I will educate you because it's an addicting, fun one that is so easy to transport (since it's a card game) & pretty easy to learn too. If you have a bunch of friends or family who like negotiating … Continue reading Bohnanza!
Video of the #PRINCEofPEACE below: https://www.mormon.org/?cid=HP_SU_9-4-2017_dMIS_fMORG_xLIDyL1-A_ *Happy Easter!* Friday, April 14, 2017: "By His Atonement and Resurrection, Jesus Christ has overcome all aspects of the Fall. Physical death will be temporary, and even spiritual death has an end, in that all come back into the presence of God, at least temporarily, to be judged. We … Continue reading Easter Week Quotes!
Due to my son's food allergies, & as I am a breastfeeding mama, it has become a new quest of mine to discover the yummiest but least offensive (to him) desserts/treats; I have a major sweet tooth & I can't lie about it! This started a couple weeks ago when my husband was in charge … Continue reading Non-Dairy Desserts (part I)
Another simple and cheap toy to make, that my daughter enjoys, are blocks. Blocks are one of the 4 basic B's every child should have - balls, books, boxes, and blocks. These four classics help babies develop in different ways and can be enjoyed a long time and are generally easy to find. Blocks are great … Continue reading Baby Toys Part 2- Blocks
As a former educator, I have every intention of helping my son meet developmental milestones as he progresses through babyhood. Kinedu is an app designed for parents like me, who want to help their children learn every day, but at their appropriate developmental stage. The categories that the activities focus on are: linguistic, cognitive, physical, … Continue reading Kinedu App Review
I find it amazing and beautiful that we can all apply Preach My Gospel in different ways and see the Lord's hand in the work as we do so. I'm in the last ten pages of my intense study of the Book of Mormon, it's been more in-depth than any other that I have done … Continue reading Mis queridos (Elder B update)
Ever searching for healthier ways to feed my family, I have been experimenting with all kinds of recipes. This beet risotto (accompanied by beef crumbles) is actually quite nutritious & filling; a new family favorite at our house! Ingredients: *1.5 cups of Arborio Rice *2 tablespoons olive or avocado oil *1/2 -1 lb. of hamburger … Continue reading Beet Risotto
3/10/17 Today I am treasuring the concept of inconvenience. What an intriguing comment, you say? It helps us stick to our new, good habits better as Rubin mentions in this book. The harder it is to complete a task, the less impulsive we will be. And I happen to be a very impulsive person, so … Continue reading “Better than Before” (March Book Club)
Monday February 20, 2017 "We should not look back unless it is to derive useful lessons from past errors, and for the purpose of profiting by dearly bought experience." - George Washington I thought it appropriate to use one of George Washington's quotes on Presidents Day as we honor him. He has taught some wonderful … Continue reading Quote of the Day 2/20 -2/26
In starting my diet recently as a cognizant breastfeeding mama, who has an infant with a sensitive tummy, I have become quite creative in my meal planning. (This is a dairy-free, paleo special, by the way.) Being on a diet is a pretty new arena for me, so I am going about this the best … Continue reading Paleo Lunch Dish: Chicken Quinoa Bowl