This no cook play dough recipe that I am sharing today is really simple to throw together and I always have the ingredients on hand. It's a great alternative to all the recipes that call for cream of tartar that you cook on the stove. If you do have cream of tartar and are looking for a cooked version you can check out this recipe.
My kids love play dough! Unfortunately I don't like the smell of the kind that you get at the store. Something they put in it makes me want to gag. For a long time I didn't let my kids play with play dough. Then one day I found this gingerbread play dough recipe and another no cook play dough recipe.
Growing up my mom didn't buy the chocolate Christmas countdown calendars that are displayed at almost every check stand at this time of year. (Does anyone else think it's weird when they sell those at the tire store or a hardware store?) Instead, we got to make our very own Hershey kiss countdown. Of course we always used the Christmas colored kisses to make our individualized chocolate countdown.
The Best Wheat and White Flour Rolls
If you are reading this, I am going to assume that you or someone you love, really enjoys homemade rolls. Making rolls definitely takes some love and care and too many times over the years I have been disappointed by the end result. This recipe that I am sharing today has been passed down a few generations on my husbands' side of the family. He loves these rolls and really they are a bit of perfection. I changed the recipe a little by making them wheat and white flour rolls instead of all white flour.
I have to admit that I dread winter a little bit. I have 3 young children who get a bit stir crazy during the cold weather and so I have tried to find creative ways for them to stay active during the time when it's too cold to play outside for any great length of time.
Gift Ideas for Active Kids
The gifts I'm sharing today are all items that we have bought, love and used to keep our kids healthy and active year round. In no particular order, I'm sharing the toys that we have used MOST!
So you are a new blogger or considering becoming a blogger. You are wondering where to start. I have had the opportunity to throw myself into blogging over the last five months and I have documented that journey. I want to help you figure out all the things you should consider and do to get your blog up and running.
We play games at least once a week at our house. It's a great way to bring the whole family together. I put together this gift guide for kids who loves games to help you find the perfect game for the kids in your family. My kids range from 2-13 and there is something on this list for everyone.
Some of the games have been given to us as presents and some of them we have bought ourselves. All of them have been well loved. In no particular order of preference I am sharing some of our favorite games that we come back to over and over again.
Here are some tried and true indoor activities for your kids to do on days when the weather makes it hard to play outside. I'm heading into cold weather season and we have already tried some of these activities on the days when it is too cold to go out. These are the tried and true favorites that we use year after year. I hope you find some inspiration for your little ones.
Indoor Activities For Kids
Build a Fort