Month: October 2013

Cemetery Treasure Hunt

Yesterday I took our three oldest kiddos to our local cemetery for a little treasure hunt. And, no, we weren’t digging up any graves, we were looking for our first geocache! I’ve been looking for ways to add a little fun into our homeschooling, and when geocaching popped into my head the other week I […]

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DIY Sticker Puppets

Disclosure: I received the products in this post as part of the Blueprint Social Street Team Just about every kid in the world loves stickers, including mine. I loved them as a kid, too, I even had an entire notebook dedicated to my sticker collection (which I still have somewhere). But as a mama my […]

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Flip Flops for Fall

Here in San Antonio we can get away with flip flops in fall, and just about any time of year except for a few weeks when it actually resembles winter. So that’s what I found myself wearing while I was out running errands like a crazy mama yesterday afternoon. One of those errands was a […]

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DIY Needle and Thread Costume for Kids

Today I’m super-excited to be making by debut as a new contributor for C.R.A.F.T.! Jamie Dorobek, the mastermind behind Creating Really Awesome Free Things, is one of my real-life bloggy friends that I had the pleasure of meeting last spring. To kick things off I’m sharing a fun DIY Needle and Thread Costume for Kids–made […]

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Must-See San Antonio | Chalk It Up

Photos from Chalk It Up 2012 One of my favorite events every year here in San Antonio is Artpace’s Chalk It Up. Artpace is a local arts organization that does a fantastic job involving the community–and families in particular. This is one event that I will move mountains to get my kids to–rain or shine, […]

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