Monday, April 21, 2014

10 Goals This Week

Here's how I did last week:

Parenting:

  • Take a kid on a date?
  • Start a new chapter book

Blogging:

  • Record 2-3 vlogs
  • Start review book

Homemaking:
  • Try glow in the dark bubbles
  • Finish up Easter baskets
  • Put up new kids' beds
  • Make Peanut Butter eggs

Personal:

  • Get 8.5 hrs sleep/night
  • Workout 4-5 days/one day of yoga
These are my 10 Goals for the Week:

Parenting:

  • Take a kid on a date (have to do this)
  • Field trip, 2 dentist appointments, 3 baseball games
Blogging:

  • Record 2-3 vlogs
  • Start review book, continue in book club book
Homemaking:

  • Try glow in the dark bubbles
  • Purge kids' rooms
  • Work in backyard
  • Try 1 new recipe
Personal:
  • Get 8.5 hrs sleep/night
  • Workout 4-5 days/one day of yoga

What are Your Goals for the Week?

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Easter Bunny Playdoh {Pinterest Inspired}

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I love adding extra little surprises to my kids easter baskets so when I came across this idea for Easter Bunny Playdoh, I had to try it.  What a cute idea!  It's one of those super easy, economical ideas that makes me shake my head and say, "Why didn't I think of that?"

So I whipped up a batch last night and packaged up three: one for little man, one for my niece, and one for my nephew.  It's your basic homemade playdough idea, but packaged in a cute way.  My only word of caution is to make sure you have gel food coloring or use a packet of kool-aid.  I used gel coloring and it took quite a bit of yellow to get the orange color that I wanted.

Fill treat bags from Wiltons and tie them off with some pretty green ribbon.  And you have a wonderful addition to your child's easter basket.  Or a great spring party favor.  Enjoy!
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