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DIY Snow Globes — A Christmas Craft

Recently, my 3-year-old wanted to spend the day making Christmas crafts. This was not a problem for me as I love crafting. So I dutifully scrolled through Pinterest, looking for kid-friendly fare. I passed pipe-cleaner candy canes and handprint snowmen—and then I saw it. A pin for making your own snow globe. The following internal […]

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Four Thanksgiving Tablescapes — an Easy How To for Every Host or Hostess!

Get your stretchy pants ready! Thanksgiving is almost here. Who doesn’t look forward to the piles of food and afternoon naps? It’s arguably the best day of the year. If you are fortunate enough to arrive at someone’s home, get fed, and be sent on your way hours later with a bag full of leftovers, […]

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One Can of Pumpkin — Three Fall Recipes

It is the time of year when absolutely everything is pumpkin flavored, and at our house the treats are no exception. It might be a cliché, but what a delicious cliché it is! I love to cook, and (as we have covered) I love Fall, so cooking with traditionally ‘Fall’ ingredients is something I quite literally […]

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Pumpkin Patch Guide: Nashville and Surrounding Areas

Hey, y’all! We are back this year with our annual Pumpkin Patch Guide! This year (just like everything else!) it looks a little different. Due to COVID19, many places have different procedures in place so we will not be including information on hours. PLEASE verify protocols, including mask policies and capacity restrictions, before heading out. […]

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Don't rely on the same boring snacks this year! Make memories (and delicious treats) in the kitchen after school with your kiddos.

Easy Back to School Snacks for Kids

If you’re a mom (or a dad or a nanny or a babysitter or a grandparent or any other sort of caregiver), you’re probably familiar with this sentence: “I’m hungry.” Maybe in your experience it’s not usually stated with the brevity that appears here. Probably it’s infused with some whine, some urgency, and/or some demand. […]

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