Cup Games for Kids

This past weekend I had the pleasure of helping my sister host a baby shower. We had some cups left over and in the blur of exhaustion set the cups down on the floor by the front door. Days later (don’t judge me) I finally picked up the cups. Did I mention we have aContinue reading “Cup Games for Kids”

Touching God

I am a mother of three little beauties who are currently are 5, 3 and 9 months. I am with them most of the time since I work from home. There may be 4 out of the 24 hours of the day that I am not touched by one of them and that’s being generous.Continue reading “Touching God”

Lava Lamp Experiment

My kiddos ask to do experiments just about everyday! I actually will be reviewing a site that I joined for that purpose called Mystery Science in a different post. This experiment was very easy and a lot of fun. Most importantly you probably have most if not all these ingredients in your home already. The experimentContinue reading “Lava Lamp Experiment”


During experiment week this one was a hit! The objective was initially to have the kids walk on water. Due to the limited supply of corn starch we did this experiment in a bowl rather than our kiddie pool.  Here’s what you need: Corn starch Water Measuring cup Food Coloring Extras: Shower curtain (for easyContinue reading “Oobleck!”

Apple Walnut Sticky Buns

Ingredients Dough:1/4 -ounce package yeast1/2 cup warm water1/2 cup scalded milk1/4 cup sugar1/3 cup butter or shortening1 teaspoon salt1 egg3 1/2 to 4 cups all-purpose flour Filling:1/2 cup melted butter, plus more for pan3/4 cup sugar, plus more for pan2 tablespoons ground cinnamon3/4 cup raisins, walnuts, or pecans, optional Glaze:½ cup butter1/2 cup packed brownContinue reading “Apple Walnut Sticky Buns”

Raw Key Lime Pie

Crust: ½ Cup shredded unsweetened coconut 1 cup date honey 1 cup walnuts   Filling: 1 cup raw cashews, soaked for 4-6 hours (or overnight), then drained  3/4 cup full fat coconut milk, well shaken 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted  3-4 large limes or 6-7 key limes (1 Tbsp zest, 1/2 cup juice)   1/2 cup dateContinue reading “Raw Key Lime Pie”

DIY Bath Bombs for Kids

This past week was dubbed “Experiment Week”. Day 1 was DIY Bath Bombs.  Here is what you need:  Empty Christmas Ornament or a Bath Bomb mold  1 Cup Baking Soda  3/4 Cup Epson Salt (Blended until its a fine powder) 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice 1/4 cup water Spray bottle Wooden spoon Food Coloring EssentialContinue reading “DIY Bath Bombs for Kids”

DIY Recycled Car Tunnel

For the past week or so the kids and I have been storing and stocking up on empty food boxes and toilet paper rolls. We knew we were planning for a project but we hadn’t quite decided what. Well while KJ played with cars in the corner of the classroom genius struck.  A car tunnel!Continue reading “DIY Recycled Car Tunnel”

Coding for Kids

One of the many benifits of homeschooling is the ability to teach your kids random, awesome things like…CODING!!. I stumbled upon this awesome website that teaches children code.  My kids LOVE it. The teaching is broken into age groups the first group is geared towards kids who are ages 3 to 5. The first fewContinue reading “Coding for Kids”

A Day at The Farm

Last week SJ was out of town. She got back Saturday night, we went to church Sunday and started up with school again Monday. She was pretty wiped out and after a week of informal school with KJ we needed something to look forward to. So we told the kids we would go on aContinue reading “A Day at The Farm”