cheese Easter basket

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A Unique Easter Basket Perfect for a Deserving Adult

Easter is coming up quick. I’m pretty excited for this year’s egg hunt and baskets because Delaney is old enough to really join in the fun and get excited. She’s going to love it. Kids love Easter baskets. You know who else love Easter baskets? Adults. I don’t know a...

dippable lunch idea

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Kid-Friendly Lunch: Peanut Butter Dippin’

  It isn’t news that we love peanut butter in this house. Madeline’s classroom is a nut free zone in her school. So she cannot have nuts in her snacks which they eat in the classroom seated at their desks. She can, however, have nuts in her lunch since there are designated...

potty training in 3 days

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3 Things I Learned From Trying to Potty Train in 3 Days

After our experience potty training Madeline I promised myself if I ever had to potty train another child I would totally let them hold the reins on their potty training experience. I planned to wait until our child straight up told me “yo, Mom what’s with these diapers you keep...

nachos for lunch

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Kid-Friendly Lunch: Scooping Nachos

  It seems that Mexican food is a favorite in the Evolving Motherhood household. Tacos, tostadas, burritos, nachos, enchiladas, chilaquilies, huevos rancheros, and the like are all welcome here on a weekly basis. I know that whatever dinner I prepare using Mexican flavors  is guaranteed...

Graham cracker sandwiches with cream cheese and raspberry jam

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Kid Friendly Lunch: Graham Cracker Sandwiches

It’s funny what sort of things appeal to me. Apple slices thrown haphazardly into a container is just not as appealing as apple slices lined up in a container in a nice orderly straight line. They – whoever they is – say we eat with our eyes first. I kind of agree. I try to...

preschool letter u activity

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Preschool Letter Activity: U is for Umbrella

Spring thought of as a rainy season, rainy right? Well, around here we are just as likely to have a snowy spring as a rainy spring. That’s Colorado for you, but I guess either way umbrellas are a handy thing to have around. In honor of rainy – or snowy – springtime we have...

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potty training in 3 days

April 2, 2014, 2 Comments

3 Things I Learned From Trying to Potty Train in 3 Days

After our experience potty training Madeline I promised myself if I ever had to potty train another child I would totally let them hold the reins on their potty training experience. I planned to wait until our child straight up told...

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whole wheat pumpkin sandwich bread recipe

October 11, 2013, 1 Comment

Whole Wheat Pumpkin Sandwich Bread Recipe

Your search for a great whole wheat pumpkin sandwich bread recipe is done. Simple delicious ingredients make this sandwich bread a perfect fall recipe. Or year round for that matter. What? you didn’t know you were searching for...

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dippable lunch idea

April 3, 2014, No Comments

Kid-Friendly Lunch: Peanut Butter Dippin’

  It isn’t news that we love peanut butter in this house. Madeline’s classroom is a nut free zone in her school. So she cannot have nuts in her snacks which they eat in the classroom seated at their desks. She can,...

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Thanksgiving leaf garland

November 12, 2013, 2 Comments

Gratitude Filled Thanksgiving Leaf Garland

Now that Madeline is in school it is so much harder to craft together. Her school days are just so long and then there’s cheerleading and ballet, dinner and homework, reading and baths and the nights just disappear. I’ve...

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Toydozer

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cheese Easter basket

April 10, 2014, 1 Comment

A Unique Easter Basket Perfect for a Deserving Adult

Easter is coming up quick. I’m pretty excited for this year’s egg hunt and baskets because Delaney is old enough to really join in the fun and get excited. She’s going to love it. Kids love Easter baskets. You know...

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December workout plan: at least 30 minutes everyday

December 4, 2013, 4 Comments

December 2013 Fitness Goal, a Jump Start of Sorts

It’s been a bit of an up and down year for me. In the last year I went from running 0 miles a week to running 20 to 25 miles a week to running like 2 miles a week. To say I fell off the wagon is accurate. I ran my second half...

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