Last week, several homeschooling families made the trek down to Plymouth, MA to see the living history museum at Plimoth Plantation. For those unfamiliar, Plimoth Plantation is a recreation of a pilgrim village taking place just a few years after the Mayflower landed at Plimoth Rock. The villiage is inhabited by actors who are part … Continue reading Plimoth Plantation
Max recently turned 8 and asked for a Mario Party! This one was a lot of work but it was also a lot of fun. I ran short on time because we had a few conflicts with the date so I ended up doing a Facebook invite. We decided, of course, we had to save … Continue reading Super Mario Party
I love Italian food, but I'm picky about meatballs. I have never found a store-bought meatball that I like, so I always make them from scratch. After messing around with many recipes, here is my favorite so far: Preheat oven to 350, cover a baking sheet with parchment, if desired. 1 pound of meatball mix … Continue reading Sarah’s Meatballs
This is Elsa having cake for lunch. Why on earth would I allow such a thing? Because it's YES day! A yes day is a day where, whatever the kids ask, the answer is yes. Painting on the walls? Yes! Baking cookies all by myself? Yes! Wearing pajamas to the grocery store? Yes! With a … Continue reading Our YES day!
I threw this Woodland-themed birthday party for my 4 year old daughter back in January and never posted the details. So here they are! It all starts with the invitations, of course. Lucy and I decided to make them all different and we had a lot of fun doing it! Lucy used colored pencils, while … Continue reading Woodland Party
If you have no idea about my bucket list, check out this first. Since I put it all out there to share with you, I figure I should update monthly about how much I've accomplished. So far, I can't cross anything off my list. However, I have been working at it every day! Here's a … Continue reading Bucket List 1 month update