With 6 kids, I have a lot of electronics around my home. This includes multiple TV’s. The problem is that with 6 kids, I never have time to do many of the DIY projects that I want to around the house. One of the things on my to-do list has been to mount our basement TV to the wall and find a cleaner solution for all the cables that we have coming out of it. I’d been looking for an easy solution for a while so I was excited to come across the Legrand in wall power kit.
Do you love caramel apples?
Caramel apples are the ultimate fall treat, but they can be so hard to eat, especially for kids. These Sliced Caramel Apple Pops taste amazing and are so much easier to make (and eat) than a traditional caramel apple.
We love making caramel apples as a family. With 6 kids, everyone is covered in caramel by the end, but we all have a good time. This year, we wanted to try something a bit different.
My twins are two years old right now and if you’ve ever watched a toddler try to eat a caramel apple, you know it doesn’t work too well.
It is hilarious, but there aren’t many bites out of the apple when you are done.
These sliced caramel apple pops are much easier for everyone and they are so fun to decorate.
I could go for some fro-yo all year round so I was really excited to go and try Red Mango’s new fall flavored smoothies. Red Mango has come out with some amazing flavors this season, including Banana Chai, Roasted Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Spice.
I used to work in retail next door to a Red Mango and would frequently go there to get yogurt on my lunch break. It was my favorite chill spot with coworkers.
After a week home with sick kids, I took some girl time with my mom to go sit by the fire at Red Mango (yes there is a fireplace!) and have a sweet treat.
I usually can only sneak away for short periods of time. Getting out of the house sans toddlers is not easy to do, so Red Mango is a good place to get a quick treat. I love that they make the atmosphere so cozy in there with couch seating areas where you can just hang out.
Thanks to Albertsons for Sponsoring this Post. Have you had your first fall cold yet this year? I love fall, but the one thing I don’t love is how often everyone gets sick. My family was down and out for over a week with a nasty bug a few weeks ago and I already have a few starting to sniffle again. We are fighting back
Slime is one of the best sensory play activities out there and this 3-ingredient Halloween slime is the perfect preschool Halloween activity. This would be so much fun as an addition to a Halloween party or just as a fun preschool sensory activity during the holiday season. You won’t believe how easy this is to make. With only 3 ingredients (plus a few eyeballs), you can throw this together in no time.