Game Day Fun: Football Pools and Ice Cream Cake

Celebrate the big game with a football pool and ice cream cake. Free printable football pool template to use at your party! Our past few weekends have been filled with lots of football fun and we can’t wait for the big game yet to come! In our neighborhood, our house is usually the gathering place to watch the game. I love having family and friends over to cheer on our home team and enjoy each other’s company. It’s become tradition {Read More}

Printable Morning Routine Charts

Printable Morning Routine Charts – Free printable kids morning routine charts to help teach kids independence and provide guidance for their morning routine! Charts for boys and girls! Today we’re talking about getting up in the morning. If you’re visiting today, you’re probably here to snag these printable morning routine charts for your little kiddos. Before you do, hear me out for a second. As adults, you might agree that it’s not always easy to just pop out of bed in {Read More}

Printable Thanksgiving Napkin Holders

Printable Thanksgiving Napkin Holders – A simple and elegant way to dress up your table for Thanksgiving! Choose from six different designs! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Chinet® brand. All opinions are 100% mine. Ah yes, the Thanksgiving holiday is upon us. Raise your hand if you’re ready. Hmmm. . .not many hands going up, I see. I’m with you. It’s not that I don’t look forward to Thanksgiving. I do. I mean, who doesn’t? You {Read More}

Meat and Seafood Temperature Guide

Meat and Seafood Temperature Guide – What a lifesaver this FREE printable is when cooking in the kitchen or grilling out on the patio! This is such a great chart to have on hand to reference appropriate internal temperatures for meat and seafood! How many times have you scoured the internet, looking for appropriate cooking times for certain meats and seafood? I’ve done it more times than I can count, and so I thought, “If I’m doing it, others must {Read More}

Free Printable Picnic Invite

Free Printable Picnic Invite – Surprise your kids with a picnic at a favorite park or right in your backyard. A perfect idea for families looking to spend more quality time together! Spring is here, the birds are singing and the weather is finally shaping up a bit. In the Midwest you never know what you’re going to get in the spring. I never pack away the kids’  hats and snow pants until at least mid-May. Sad, I know. The {Read More}

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Before Josh and I had kids, we would come home from work at the end of the day, fix something for dinner (or order out), chat about the day, watch a little TV or go on a walk and then head to bed to get a good night’s sleep. Did you catch the key phrase “before kids?” These days, our evenings are a bit more structured. They have to be. My kids thrive off structure and routine. Do yours, too? Today {Read More}

Printable Adult Coloring Pages

  This post includes affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. I’ve been waiting for a couple weeks now to share these Printable Adult Coloring Pages with you!! I’ve never shared anything like this on the blog before so I’m excited to see what you think of them. If you like them, I’m going to keep them coming! As an adult, have you ever colored before? I mean just really sat down. . . and colored? On your own? Without your kids? I {Read More}

Printable Medicine Tracker – Preparing for Cold & Flu Season

It’s the beginning of cold and flu season. . .already. My 6-year-old was sick with a cold and a fever just two weeks ago during the last week of summer camp. The sickness seemed to then move through the house taking on a bit of a different form for each of us. Blah. If there’s one thing I can’t stand more than anything else, it’s germs!! I was happy that we were able to get over our family illness before {Read More}

Back to School: Homework in Progress Door Hangers

I’m in major back to school mode this week if you couldn’t already tell! I have a list of about a million things I’d like to get done before the start of school. I guess we’ll see how much I can realistically check off before the big day arrives. I’ve decided I just need to take one day at a time. Pretty sound logic, right? My kids are still pretty young. Dane will be starting 1st grade this fall. I’m {Read More}

Printable Lunch Box Jokes

Ahhh, it feels good to be back! July was such a busy month, filled with summer camp, family commitments and an RV adventure to South Dakota! I’m so happy to be back to a somewhat normal schedule. I wonder how long that will last? So, here at the house we’re in back to school mode. Are you, too? My son, Dane, will be in 1st Grade this fall and he’s super excited about it. He’s finishing off the month of {Read More}