April Primary Talks based on the Come Follow Me Primary lessons. These four simple talks can be used for home study or in Primary School at the church building. Do you love the Easter season as much as I do? It makes me so happy to think about Jesus and his role in my own […]
Primary Talks for Come Follow Me March Topics. Each talk is written to reinforce the teachings in the weekly Primary lessons. Use for home church or Primary meetings. Come Follow Me Primary Talks for March 2021 This month, we learn about the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is such an important event […]
My tops picks for today’s post are in no particular order, and cover a range of categories. In my opinion, these are the things to buy at the Dollar Store that are definitely worth it.
Sometimes General Conference sneaks right up on me. But other times, it can’t come soon enough, and I’m counting down the days. I especially feel that way this year. Can we just have Conference every month?? Not only do I love the peace & direction filled messages from a prophet of God and His apostles, […]
I’m sure you can relate to the experience of falling head-over-heels for a certain menu item at a restaurant and WISHING you had the recipe. That’s exactly what happened to me. The minute I tried this hot spinach artichoke dip with pepper jack cheese at a local restaurant, I knew I needed it as a […]
Don’t you just love Primary children? They are my favorite group to work with in the whole Church. It is so fun to watch their eyes light up with understanding and hear their testimonies as they speak about Jesus and Heavenly Father. The messages taught in the Primary Come Follow Me Manuel are simple, easy to […]
So, I’ve shared our little Valentine’s tradition with you a while back, here on OSSS and also on Make and Takes. It’s just something simple that I came up with because I was still pooped from Christmas and didn’t feel like the kids needed any more toys. I decided that every Valentine’s Day we would do BOOKS. Yay, for books! But, not just books… a Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt! Even though I told you about it before, I decided it’s okay to bring it up again because THIS TIME I have printable for you… cause guess what?? I just figured out how to make them the other day. Now there’s no stopping me.
So, here’s a little story. I have this sugar cookie recipe that I really love… they’re soft, chewy, and super addicting. I had a sweet reader try them, liked them, then mentioned that if I love those, I will surely love her Gingersnap Cookie recipe. Just like the sugar cookies, these Gingersnap Cookies are soft, chewy, and so amazing. I’m soooo glad she sent me this recipe! They’re definitely a new go-to.
I had a special request for this post, Indoor Activities for Older Girls, and I loved the idea! It’s so true that a lot of what is found on blogs these days are for younger kids… AND, I just happen to be the mom of 2 girls that would love some ‘older’ activities. Any of these activity ideas would be great for them to do alone, with the help of their mom, grandma, or to do with friends.
Hi there! Sierra here and I’m back with a fun DIY for you today! I’m sharing how to make a candy doll! It’s a unique and fun gift idea and it was a huge hit with my nieces for their birthdays (Auntie for the win!). You can also adapt this for a boy’s gift, using a superhero doll and creating a cape instead of a skirt.