Kings Hawaiian Project Mahalo Giving Thanks With Homemade Cards #ProjectMahalo

Teaching the importance of giving thanks is something I have thrived to do as a parent with all three of my children. Every year when my oldest had her family birthday party I would make note of which gift was from who on a piece of paper. This list of gifts with who they were from would later be used as my daughter and I sat down with construction paper, glitter glue, stencils, markers and crayons to create our own thank you notes. It’s a simple craft project that is also teaching a valuable life lesson; to give thanks for […]

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Medical Alert Systems for your Loved Ones

I am sure you all have seen commercials for the medical alert system, what sticks in my mind is those commercials that say “Help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”, while I am not 100% sure if that commercial is the same product, it is what comes to my mind while writing this. What I love most about the medical alarm devices is that it allows some freedom for our loved ones, as we get older the last thing we probably want to admit is that we are aging and have to have help. I firmly believe that the […]

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My Happy Chaos in Pictures

I am addicted to pictures, they seem to tell a story sometimes way better than my words can.  So today I decided it’s going to be more of a picture story Friday. My first born is of course your typical stereotyped first born; the leader, the Mama junior and the caring child.  She can often be found practicing her flute… Or with her head in a book, yes that is Kiara with a book in hand while getting water from the fridge… Then I have my second born who is certainly a mix of both my oldest and youngest, most […]

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Home Party with Fisher Price Servin’ Surprises Cook ‘n Serve Kitchen

My kids are always up for a party but what they didn’t realize is that we would be having a Fisher Price Servin’ Surprises Cook ‘n Serve Kitchen party! The box arrived in my home and the four year old held it hostage until Mama said “ok I will bring it downstairs and attempt to put this thing together.” I have to admit that when it comes to building things, I am not the best at following instructions, I did put the table together incorrectly the first time around but figured it out in time to be able to fix […]

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Celebrate the 4th of July With a Scavenger Hunt

The kids and I love coming up with creative ways to have fun that don’t cost a lot of money and the site Scavenger Hunt Riddles and Clues has really narrowed down fun with low cost kid friendly scavenger hunts! The one that I like the most and think is the most appropriate to share with you all today is their 4th of July Scavenger Hunt. This 4th of July Scavenger Hunt is perfect for all ages, they say ages 4 would get most of the clues and ages 6+ would get all of the clues, so team up and […]

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