What To do on Spring Break – Day 2

This was Saturday, which was technically the first day of Spring Break, but I am counting it as Day 2. The kids had a blast playing up in the woods and outside on this fine Saturday before Easter Sunday. My oldest and youngest went outside first, it meant I couldn’t take a shower because it was a beautiful day and there was no time for Mama to shower. I just threw some clothes on and fixed my pigtail braids and ventured outside with them. They had fun being goofy, I called it a yoga lesson. My middle child, Aj, ventured […]

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Spiffing Up Your Car for the Holidays

While some people like to spread holiday cheer by hanging lights and decorations at home and others head out in costume to celebrate, some car loving revelers show holiday spirit by dressing up their rides! From making your car part of an Easter egg hunt to donning lucky clovers, our do it yourself, car decorating tips will surely get you noticed for the holidays. Fun Holidays to Make Your Car Festive 1. Valentine’s Day. Dress up your car with love and head to the streets to deliver Cupid’s messages. What you’ll need: Red heart and Cupid vinyl vehicle decals Fluffy […]

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Throwing a Fun and Creative Easter Egg Hunt with @GradSave

Do you have an Easter Egg hunt each year for the family? We do. While I won’t have my children this weekend, they will have some form of an Easter Egg hunt with their Dad’s, I am sure. It’s a tradition for us.  There many ways one can throw an Easter Egg hunt, but here is how we throw an Easter Egg hunt ; First, the kids are not allowed outside because the best way to throw an Easter Egg hunt is to get outdoors, especially if the weather allows. The eggs need to be hidden before those sneaky kids […]

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Easter Day at the Happily Blended Household

I don’t know what type of traditions you all have on Easter, but we have a tradition that involves a sneaky Easter Bunny hiding all of the kids baskets every Easter. The kids wake up and must find their baskets hidden in odd places around the house. This year, the big kids found their baskets almost immediately but the little one who had a basket in plain sight couldn’t find his.  The big sis Ki was right on top of the pout face and helped K find his Easter basket so in no time, around 6am the kids were checking […]

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Started Our Easter Weekend with Town Egg Hunt

Every year our local recreation department puts on an Easter egg hunt for preschool age children. I have to admit I haven’t gone every single year but when I remember to go, I do. This year I remembered only because I am on their email list so an email came through informing me that the egg hunt was going to be more of a drop & hunt this year. The recreation department teamed up with our small airport and planes would be zooming over dropping eggs. Baby K and I got ready with basket in hand to head down to […]

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