Archives for October 2010

The Big Journey: Bygone Era Edition

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Children and Dehydration: Important things to know

The standard recommendation of water intake for children is 6-8 glasses (48-64 ounces) a day, consumed throughout the day, with plenty of additional fluid consumed during exercise. Children spend at least half their waking hours in school. When it’s summer time, they may spend an even higher percentage of their day outdoors at camp, running […]

Wordless Wednesday: I’m dreaming of Jack-o-Lanterns

Stocking the Pantry: Holiday Cooking Essentials

It’s that time of year. Yes, I said it. Halloween is a few weeks away and before you know it, Thanksgiving and Christmas will be knocking down the front door. You know what that means? It’s time to start holiday baking! To make things a little easier, I am sharing pantry essentials. I buy mine […]

Giveaway! Four Tickets to the North Carolina State Fair

Mommyality is excited to giveaway four NC State Fair Admission Tickets! Prize Includes (ARV: $16): 2 Adult Admission Tickets (ages 13-64) 2 Child Admission Tickets (ages 6-12) *Children ages 5 & under are Free *Ride tickets are not included For more info visit www.ncstatefair.org How to Enter the Giveaway: 1.) Leave a comment on this […]

Feature Friday: Handmade Halloween Decor

Jack O’ Lantern Pillow Cover- 14×14 inches by Modernality Trio of Gray Felt Mice by joycemac634 A Witchy Greeter For Your Trick Or Treaters by Sew Many Doodles The Batroom – Metal Art by KnobCreekMetalArts The Basic Little Monster House by Retired… Lets Do Lunch Felt Halloween Harvest Vanilla Cupcake and Pumpkin 2010 by Vivian’s […]

Pumpkin Patch Cupcakes

These pumpkin patch cupcakes were so fun and easy to make. Even better is that I got to share them with my little Puddin’ when they were done. We even saved a few for daddy to eat. Download the printable PDF file to make your own Pumpkin Patch signs. >Printable Cupcake Pumpkin Patch Signs Here’s what […]

Wordless Wednesday: Going for a swim?

How to cook playdough in a hurry!

This month we are the family in charge of supplies for my son’s pre-school class. One of our assignments is to make a fresh batch of play dough each week. I haven’t made this since I was a little kid! So, last night we were frantically searching for a recipe and gathering up all the […]

Rites of Autumn at the Biltmore Estate