You do not even know how excited I am for fall. I love the changing leaf colors, plus all the apple and pumpkin recipes. Yumm!! Plus what better way to celebrate back to school then with apples. This week I am sharing a few of my favorite apple recipes & crafts from last weeks Dream. Create. Inspire. Mini Apple Cinnamon Monkey Bread // Cinnamon Apple Cake Roll Gluten Free Baked Apple Cider Doughnuts // Harvest Muffins Mini Dutch Apple Pies // Apple Embroidery Hoop Paper Plate Apple Shaker Craft // Vanilla Chai Homemade Apple Sauce Welcome to Dream
My boys start school next week!! So crazy. I still want to know where the Summer went. I am ready to get back into a routine, but I am also a little overwhelmed with all I have to get done. I decided to take a little stress off of me I would make a back to school checklist. This helps keep me organized and figure out what I still have left to do before they go back next week. I tried to make it cover all grades/schools, but I left
I think I am in denial about the Summer being over already. Our older boys spent 6 weeks at a day camp for kids with special needs and their siblings. So I guess that made the Summer go even more quickly than normal. They start back in a couple weeks and I pulled together some great back to school ideas. These are great for organizing, displaying artwork, and other back to school posts. Organizing School Papers // Lunch Box Jokes Displaying Your Child’s Art Work // Back To School Planner Carter’s Back To
This post and free lunch box jokes printables are sponsored by Juicy Juice as a member of their #JuicyJuiceCrew. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Ahhh. Can’t believe my older two boys start back to school soon. Dustyn is going into 3rd grade and Carsyn is going into 1st grade. I always pack their lunches for school and I love to add in notes for them. I thought it would be fun to change things up and put lunch box jokes in this year. You can download the free
This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review. When Prestyn was born he had Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn. He spent his first week of life in the NICU until he was all better. That first week is all about bonding, so it was hard watching him hooked up to all the machines helping him to breath. I hated being on the outside of the glass, but thankfully they let me hold him quite often.
Last week I shared watermelon recipes, this week I want to share these tasty raspberry drinks and recipes with you all. Don’t they look amazing? I have to admit I haven’t had too many raspberry recipes, so I am looking forward to trying these out. Berry Cheesecake Brownie Bites // Raspberry Sorbet Wine Spritzer Mixed Berry Milkshake // Mixed Berry Buttermilk Muffins Mini Cheesecakes with Raspberry Sauce // Berry Dark Chocolate Triffle Pretzel Hugs with Raspberry M&M’s // Raspberry Lime Mocktail Welcome to Dream Create Inspire Party! Thanks so much for linking up with us. Each