Mac and Four Cheeses

Mac and Four Cheeses

Ingredients: 1 lb macaroni 5 Tbsp unsalted butter ¼ C flour 2 C milk 1 ½ C shredded sharp cheddar ½ C shredded Fontina cheese ½ C crumbled blue cheese TOPPING: ¼ C breadcrumbs 2 Tbsp Parmesan DIRECTIONS: Boil pasta and drain.  Melt butter in large sauce pan.  Add flour and cook for two minutes. (…)

Join Us For – World of Hope on #GivingTuesday

Join Us For – World of Hope on #GivingTuesday

Take a minute and ask yourself “how do I cope with really bad news or tough times?” As adults, we might talk to our friends, go on a shopping spree, eat more than we should or even run away from it completely. But kids are different… When kids hear bad news like “you have cancer,”(…)

Holiday Gift Guide:  Headbands of Hope

Holiday Gift Guide: Headbands of Hope

Join the latest fashion trend that makes a difference….. For every headband purchased, one is given to a girl touched by cancer and $1 donated to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to fund life-saving childhood cancer research. To purchase your headband, visit www.headbandsofhope.org

Victoria Theatre Association: Frindle – December 1st and 2nd

VTA’s 2012-2013 PNC Family Series presents  FRINDLE Based on the popular children’s book by Andrew Clements It’s not a pen – it’s a FRINDLE! (Dayton, OH)- November 20, 2012- Victoria Theatre Association announces the 2012- 2013 PNC Family Series presentation of FRINDLE December 1 and 2 at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the historic Victoria Theatre.  Tickets are on sale(…)

Kickin’ it with Mommy Zee

Beginning Monday, December 3rd, we will be bringing you a families journey and transformation through martial arts.  Mommy Zee will be our guest blogger.  Join us every Monday at 2pm to follow their story. Hello hello! I’m Mommy Zee and I’m a 30-ish housewife and SAHM of two frawesome school-age children. I’ve also got a(…)

Music is Magical Children’s Songs with Ellie

Music is Magical Children’s Songs with Ellie

  Rainy, snowy, windy days can be tough on any parent. You play every game in the house, sing “Itsy Bitsy Spider” (eleven times), try to limit the TV-time and turn on some music for a dance party as a last resort to expend some little tike energy. We’ve all been there and we’ve all(…)