Holidays

December 22, 2020

Christmas Planters

Christmas planters add a little curb appeal and Christmas cheer to an otherwise colorless outdoor space (minus the Christmas lights, of course)! Although Christmas day is soon upon us, we wanted to share a few planter ideas and ways to keep the “merry and bright” going through the winter months.   Do you like the […]

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November 30, 2020

Bucket List: Christmas 2020 Edition

We L O V E the holidays and this special time of year where everyone seems to have just a bit more cheer! Whether you need a little boost to start decorating or you have been adding to your Christmas Pinterest board since August – this blog will, hopefully, give you some ideas of how to make […]

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October 27, 2020

Thanksgiving Bucket List

Now that the fall bucket lists are getting checked off – we thought we would keep the fun going with our next bucket list blog! T H A N K S G I V I N G + Crafts with little ones: hand turkeys fingerprint pilgrim and Indians + Gratitude list + Try new recipes […]

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October 13, 2020

Pinecone Syrup

The holidays allow for many special memories! One our our favorite things about the holidays is all the seasonal treats. During the fall – pumpkin spice and cinnamon are added to breads, cookies, pastries, coffee, and tea. Then, during Christmas we exchange the pumpkin flavors for peppermint, wintergreen & pinecone! Pinecone? Yes, pinecone! Pinecone syrup […]

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July 20, 2020

Frozen Hot Chocolate

It’s summer. It’s hot. And when you need a quick [kid friendly] refreshment to cool off with – frozen hot chocolate is there for you! This recipe is super simple and can be made with only t h r e e ingredients! Ingredients: 2 cups chocolate or vanilla milk 1 cup dry hot chocolate mix […]

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June 13, 2020

Flag Day

H A P P Y  F L A G  D A Y Today is Sunday, June 14th – the day we celebrate the American flag! Despite Flag Day not being a federal holiday, there is much to learn! To do that, let’s go back in history to learn more about Old Glory! 1775 – The […]

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