April’s visiting teaching message is all about the oath and covenant of the priesthood.
This I Spy Sunday printable game is perfect for helping kids get through church! When the kids start getting restless and bored, this I Spy game will help them remember why church is important while having fun.
These #PRINCEofPEACE study guides and matching printable are the perfect way to remember our Savior and celebrate his blessing of peace!
These thank you and pen pal letter stationary pages are perfect for writing letters to friends, grandparents, neighbors, and teachers!
These peanut butter cup cookies are our new favorites! I will always love my favorite chocolate chip cookies, but these peanut butter cup cookies are a game-changer.
If you enjoy the combination of peanut butter and chocolate, you need to try this recipe! It’s truly cookie perfection.
This St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt is so much fun!
We have a family leprechaun that comes to our house every year on the night before St. Paddy’s day. His name is McRiley and he causes mischief and leaves clues for the kids so they can find a treasure in the morning. My girls really look forward to this and it has become a fun tradition.
We have been using the same scavenger hunt for the past four years, so I decided it was time to change things up and I am so excited to share it with you!
I am so excited to share these happy, colorful, and totally free unicorn printables with you!
These are perfect for bedroom and nursery decor. Your daughter will love them and you will love looking at them!
When I read the March 2017 visiting teaching message, I knew right away that I wanted to make a printable using this inspiring message from Philippians 4:13. “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” Continue reading “March 2017 Visiting Teaching Printable Handout”
If you are looking for a delicious and totally easy dessert, I hope you will try this Poppy Seed Bundt Cake!
It is incredibly easy to make and everyone loves it. And what’s not to love? It’s sweet, moist, pretty, and best of all, it comes together in a snap!
These St. Patrick’s Day banners are a great way to decorate your wall, mirror, or mantle in classy, fun, and easy way!
There are two banners. You can mix and match, or just use the one you love the best and resonates with your style. Both are free, both are matching, and both are perfect for the season! It’s a win all the way around! 🙂
I love this printable. It makes such great decor for St. Patrick’s Day and is a cute gift for friends.
I wanted to share a really fun activity that we did as a family last year on Valentine’s Day.
My husband and I were looking for a way for our girls express more love to each other. So I sat at my computer and made these cards that say “I love you,” and then printed enough so that each of us would be able to write a personal note to every other member of the family. (For our family of five, that meant printing a total of 20 cards.)
Last year for Valentine’s Day I made my husband this card with the fire that says, “You’re hot.” Since he liked the card, I thought I would share it with you along with some matching printable tags.
Valentine’s Day is a big day for my kids.
Sure, Christmas is bigger and better, but at my kids’ school, it’s all about Valentine’s Day and Halloween. In fact, I don’t think they did anything special for Christmas except watch a movie (but don’t worry, we more than made up for it at home ☺).
Because I know how kids love Valentine’s day, I wanted to give you a free Valentine’s Day Bingo game that is colorful, fun, free, and not too hard on your paper and ink supply.
I have always loved chocolate mousse. Whenever we go to a restaurant or cafe that serves mousse, it is always my dessert of choice. I love how creamy, rich, and totally decadent it is.
“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? …
“For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,
“Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 8:35, 38–39).
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. It’s such a bright and colorful holiday in an otherwise dreary season. It’s already been a long winter here in Utah, so Valentine’s Day is a welcome splash of color and fun.
Like all holidays, Valentine’s Day is a magical time for kids. There are pretty treats, fun games, and cute cards. I love the abundance of good chocolate on the shelves and beautiful flowers in every grocery store. It’s a lovely thing!
Valentines’s Day is such a fun holiday!
I remember being in elementary school and meticulously decorating my valentine box. I wrote my valentines with great care and I loved crossing every name off my class list as I finished their valentine. I remember the excitement and anticipation of our class party and running home to show my mom all the treats I got. Now I see my girls getting just as excited for Valentines’ Day, and I love it.
I have vivid memories of the first time I was introduced to the works of Jane Austen.
I was a freshmen in college, and I was really homesick. My sweet Aunt Leah and Uncle Mike invited me to spend a long weekend with them in a neighboring state. They picked me up, drove me the four hours to their lovely apartment, and spoiled me with microwave caramel popcorn and the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice.
That night I fell in love. I fell in love with the movie, with Mr. Darcy, and the whole storyline. It was so romantic and witty. It was everything that a romance should be. And let’s be serious, Colin Firth had that whole brooding hero thing down pat.
Have you guys ever heard of Yummly? I discovered it several weeks ago and it’s been really fun! I like to think of it as a pinterest exclusively for recipes.
This month’s visiting teaching lesson is about the purpose of Relief Society.
Today’s free printable is perfect for all your New Year’s Eve parties! It incorporates some of the best things in life: kisses (hello!), chocolate (my fave!), glitter (yes!), and fortune cookies (because who doesn’t love fortune cookies?!).
Last year was the first time we let the kids stay up until midnight on New Year’s Eve. And like you would expect, the loved it. In fact, my oldest still tells us how much she loved stay up “all night” playing games and eating treats.