Every year I choose one little word that becomes my focus of the year. I usually wait a few days into the new year to see what word ‘speaks’ to me. What word keeps popping up in conversations, online or in projects that I am working on. Last year it was Adventure. And I almost kept the same word this year because it was still popping up all around my life all year and still now. But instead I wanted to see what other word might pop up in life. And one did, while still Continue reading
So I had every intention on posting my 2016 New Years goals, I will not call them resolutions…resolutions are always broken by February. But, I got sidetracked and behind about getting them posted. So here you go…my goals and aspirations for the New Year.
This was a list I found and adapted to work for me and my 2016 goals. But the more I looked at it… Continue reading
4 years old is a tough age. Ethan is getting fiercely independent…but can’t do thing on his own or always make the right choices. And consequences don’t have much weight. Enter… Continue reading
My Christmas mantel 2015 has been up for about a week…but I didn’t get around to taking some picture until last night. I did have an almost major mishap while Continue reading
For my Dallas Fort Worth peeps…seeing the Dallas Arboretum in the Fall is a must do! Especially the world renowned Pumpkin Village. And anytime at the Arboretum is Continue reading
In our house we do not go straight from Halloween to Christmas…we enjoy November and Thanksgiving. I have some kids crafts ideas that we are going to do…and as always, I decorate my mantel for Thanksgiving. The Christmas decorations will NOT go up until Continue reading
I love cute friendly ghosts. After seeing several pinterest posts about Continue reading
One of the hot Halloween crafts that I have seen around is a pumpkin diorama. Basically hollow out a pumpkin and create a Continue reading
Halloween wouldn’t be complete without a decorated Halloween Mantel. This year I added Continue reading
Here is another Halloween craft for preschoolers…easy cotton ball ghosts!
All it takes is some white card stock paper (needs to be thicker than regular paper), black paper (I used construction paper), cotton balls, scissors and glue.
I cut out random ghost shapes from the white card stock. I just drew them free hand in a cuteish way. Ethan glued Continue reading