Winter in North Carolina has been rough and the cabin fever has been overwhelming for all of us. Especially this mom trying to “keep the tiny humans alive”. Let me tell ya! That’s why I’m so glad that https://education.com/ reached out to me to try out some of their spring themed worksheets! The fun starts […]Read More
Recently, my daughter Mia has shown more interested in helping in the kitchen. So much that she has been coming up with different recipes and this happened to be one of them, with a few fixes of course! I love having her cook along with me and it also makes me happy that she […]Read More
I am excited to crack into it all during our fall and winter seasons when that produce is not in season!
Here are three easy recipes that you make at home and enjoy all year long!Read More
Summer is right around the corner and with the temperature rising, what a better way to stay refreshed and hydrated than with a tasty agua fresca (fresh water or fruit water)!Read More
Tick season is here! I know, they’re gross and the thought of them biting you can be scary, but they are NOT just a southern thing. They are EVERYWHERE and it’s always a good idea to check yourself and your four-legged family members after a hike or roll in the grass. If you happen to […]Read More
This is probably one of the easiest projects that we’ve done in a while and I hope that it is the same for you as well! Two out of the three materials were already in our home which made this project close to free, but for those of you who may not have a piece […]Read More
As a first generation Mexican- American, I feel strongly about making sure that my children learn about their culture and the language that accompanies it. I hear it all of the time from my parents, “Lisa, deberías estar enseñando a los niños Español. Si estás en casa con los niños, solo les deberías de hablar español. De […]Read More