Have you seen Toy Story 4 yet?? Either way, this DIY Forky from Toy Story will make your kids squeal with delight! Look how fun and simple it is to make… seriously. It would be perfect to make with kids at a birthday party or on a simple, summer day. You need hardly any supplies, […]
You may have heard about the Blue and Green Milk available at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland. They’re two new cool, refreshing treats available in this new land, and today I’m sharing a copycat Blue Milk recipe inspired by the real thing.
Want some more s’mores recipes to try around the campfire? Check out Adelle’s post with some simple, ooey-gooey suggestions for elevating your s’mores game.
Would you believe that this year crowds have been at an all-time low? That’s right! So, I want to encourage you to take a last-minute Disneyland vacation this summer.
There’s a lot that goes in to getting the kids back to school – shopping for clothes and supplies, getting lunches figured out and adjusting to a new schedule. Don’t forget to help emotionally and mentally prep the kids as well! Check out a wonderful suggestion today on the blog that can get everyone in the right mindset for a new school year.
Hi there! It’s Amy from While Wearing Heels and I’m back to share another fun DIY project….for the kids!
To make your own butterfly finger puppets gather the following supplies: cardstock, pencil, twigs, flower petals, leaves, glue stick and scissors. Begin by arranging your leaves onto the cardstock to resemble a butterfly shape. Trace around your leaves and cut your butterfly shape out of the cardstock. Fold the butterfly in half. Cut 2 lines into the center, over the fold, creating a loop to place your finger inside. Using your glue stick, glue the leaves down onto the butterfly shape cutout.
Print Come Follow Me Primary talks for July straight from today’s blog post. Just right-click the image, download to your device and you’re all set! Or, simply read the talks straight from a device in Primary.
This Fourth of July bunting is the adorable and such a perfect project for soooo many things! If you have a patriotic party to decorate for, if your kids are bored and need a little summer project, this is it. And, the best thing is… it’s free! Just today, my boys were telling me that […]
I am not certain why I shared this, other than I felt it was necessary for me to do so. If I can reach even one person who may feel like letting go, and convince them to knot their rope, then I will consider this message a success. Depression and anxiety are intensely personal and the events that I described represent some of the darkest and most painful moments of my life. I do not claim to be any sort of an expert on the subject of mental illness, at least not any more so than the millions of other people who either have gone through it could lay claim to such.
Hello, it’s Rachel from The Mormon Home! Do you love going to the park with your kids? Or is it a boring? Monotonous? Maybe you’ve already been to the park one-hundred-and-one times this summer! Creative park games may be the only thing that helps you get through the last few weeks before school starts again.