Oatmeal Play Clay

Oatmeal Play Clay

January is National Oatmeal Month.  Here’s a great way to play with your food.  Make some oatmeal play clay.  This clay has great texture and it’s completely safe if the kids decide to snack on it. Ingredients Oatmeal (instant or old fashion – both work), flour, water and food coloring Directions Pour 1 cup of(…)

Kickin’ It with Mommy Zee:  Mother Nature Shanked my Uterus

Kickin’ It with Mommy Zee: Mother Nature Shanked my Uterus

a.ka.a  Back to School Week 3 with Sifu Jeremy and Mile High Karate So, I usually try to sound kind of professional and stuff when I’m writing because most people don’t get my sense of humor and then they get all offended and judgey and stuff. And also, because when I write the way my(…)

Hope Springs Eternal

Guest blog post by Dawn Anderson Funk All stories have a beginning and our family story is no different. My husband and I started out as best friends back in college, but a deeper connection blossomed over the years. We got married in 1998 and had such high HOPES for our life together. We knew(…)

Santa for our family

We know that the holidays are past and now we are in the depth of New Year’s Resolutions, but take a look back at how this family gets to see Santa.  What holiday tradition do you celebrate?  What is unique to your family at the holidays?  Take a few minutes and grab a mug of(…)

January is National Oatmeal Month

January is National Oatmeal Month

Right up front, I have to admit, I don’t like cooked oatmeal.  There is something about the mushy texture that I just can’t get past.  Oatmeal cookies are a whole different story.  Add some peanut butter and butterscotch chips and I am in heaven. Why is National Oatmeal Month in January?  It is the month(…)