Kids, My Stories, Uncategorized

Halloweensie Story: Cordelia the Chicken’s Halloween

Halloween's a'comin and the tricks have already started around here. And by tricks I mean the sort where you sit at your desk for four agonizing hours trying to figure out how to improve the layout of your blog, I do not recommend this for anyone even half as technically challenged as yours truly, and… Continue reading Halloweensie Story: Cordelia the Chicken’s Halloween

Daily Bliss, Kids

The Queen Speaks

Want to know what one of my favorite things is? Well, YES cake is one of them, but.... Look at that stack! Ain't it purty? So many things to love about that great stack!  I mean, have you read The Curious Garden and sat in awe at the inspiring illustrations?  How about Sam & Dave… Continue reading The Queen Speaks

Daily Bliss, Kids

Look At Those Nails!

Ya'll know what's more fun than licking the icing beater?  Well nothing really, but for an almost 4 yr. old this is close!  Jamberry Nails!  The new nail wrap, nail art craze! Seriously, just pull those babies out of the cute little package, find your hairdryer (I'm too cheap for the proper heater), and kindergarten… Continue reading Look At Those Nails!

Daily Bliss, Kids

What’s In Your Van?

Maggots! Are you grossed out just by that word? Well...how about if I told you there were maggots...IN...MY...VAN! You're already judging me aren't you? Do you have 4 kids? Have you ever tried to keep tabs on 4 kids and what they are bringing into your car at all times? Some things will always escape… Continue reading What’s In Your Van?

Daily Bliss, Kids

The good, the bad & we don’t do ugly!

Gosh, It really has been a while since my last post! I'd like to tell you that I've been on a long vacation breathing in fresh mountain air, but its been nothing of the sort! Seems I've picked up a few extra chores here lately as Chicken tore his achilles and Henry broke his ankle...both… Continue reading The good, the bad & we don’t do ugly!

Crafts, Kids

Homemade Gifts Part 3 (Oatmeal canister = toy storage)

This idea came out of the need of a storage container for a set of Tonka cars I bought for my nephew..'Hi Cruz'! It was really simple to do. I just drew on a few buildings, colored them in, then painted over them with a decoupage glue! *The glue was just so it would be… Continue reading Homemade Gifts Part 3 (Oatmeal canister = toy storage)