My family had the good fortune to travel to Barranquilla Colombia this past winter. It was the second air travel for the boys, and their first time out of country. Here are some of the things we figured out along the way.
Gah! Can I start by saying how simply amazing sensory bins are?! I should have started them sooner, seriously. If you have no idea where to start, or even what they are, pop on over to Busy Toddler and check it out. Everything I've tried so far I've gotten from this wonderful blog. I cannot … Continue reading 5 Simple Sensory Bins
My hope is that seeing this little post card brightens someone's day. Reminds them that yes, they are worth something. Someone does care enough about them to go through the effort of sending a post card.
Ugh. Just when you think you're safe, it hits. Sickness. Now, I'm not one to keep my kids sheltered and avoid germs at all costs; but I don't welcome them in either. I'm not stupid. Why would I want to deal with two sick kids at once? Much less two sick toddlers. Not to mention … Continue reading When the Black Plague Hits Your House
Having twins provides a whole special bag of issues. We have to buy double of most things. We have to worry about two kids meeting milestones. We have to make sure two kids avoid choking at the dinner table. We have to make sure two kids don't drown in the bathtub. I'm not being a … Continue reading The Playground Conundrum
We did what anyone would do....anything it took.
Oh my goodness. This is my comfort food to the t. It turned out so good everyone wanted seconds! I know it doesn't look like much, but flavor was on point. Ingredients: ❇ 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts ❇ 1 can chicken broth ❇ 1 bullion cube (I used garlic) ❇ 1 packet of chicken … Continue reading Crock-Pot Chicken and Gravy
I'm finding a lot of positive feedback feedback from my before and afters. I'll keep posting meal ideas and before/afters on my IG and Facebook page. Look me up! Mommingtwins I'll start leaving the blog for when it's a new-ish dish or recipe.
In a matter of minutes they can go from loving one food, to thinking it's the worst thing in the whole wide world.