When you are cooking with kids it's best to keep things simple. A super fun recipe I do with mine is Pigs in a Blanket.
Practice makes perfect right? Or, even better; "perfect practice makes perfect."
They don’t teach you how to manage your household in home economics (remember those home economics classes in middle school and high school?). There are no college courses in how to manage the kids, a spouse, household errands, a job and every other thing that the world throws at you. Even “super-moms” can get overwhelmed. Here are a few tips that I have found to help keep the house and family organized and on track.
Have you ever wondered how much money you spend on groceries every week? Do you ever throw away tons of fresh food because you didn't eat it in time? A great way to get around these two problems is to plan your meals for the week.
Every year, Father’s Day seem to sneak up silently until about 3 days before that June Sunday and it doesn’t seem to matter if your kids are 2, 5, or 25. Father’s Day is on the calendar, it’s cool, it’s fun, but Mother’s Day is the big event and Moms deserve and get the attention they should. That’s great and as it should be, but I think that has a small influence on how Father’s Day occurs as a somewhat lesser event in the grand scheme of things. But let’s focus on Father’s Day.