Hello! Can you believe it's already Friday again? In the past week, we've had crazy October snow, trick-or-treating, dinner with friends, ice skating, school, work, play-dates, lots of soccer and it's not over yet. There is truly never a dull moment in life. Now, it's time to look forward to Thanksgiving. I can't wait to see all of the creative new ideas that everyone will be whipping up.
Here are a few highlights from last week:
Preschoolers love sensory play and this autumn Sensory Bin from Living Life Intentionally allows kids to touch, smell and see some of the best that autumn has to offer.
This preschool rainbow craft from Reading Confetti will brighten up anyone's day! Even if the kids don't do it exactly as planned (as you can see in the original blog post), it's still a really cute craft.
It seems like most moms are always on the hunt for simple family recipes. This is one that I've never heard of and it sounds ah-mazing! Apple Butter Pork Chops in the Crockpot by Crystal and Co. is something I have to try a.s.a.p. Yum!
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