Friday, March 18, 2016

Blogger Love Vol. 2

Good morning friends! What a week it's been. From every day things to school to play dates to doctors visits and everything in between, this has been one jammed packed week. But enough talk about how busy we are. I want to share with you a handful of must read posts from this week.


STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE MUFFINS shared by Macke Monologues
You can never go wrong with one of Desiree's recipes. I've made nearly every pastry she has shared and each one is delicious. I can't want to add them to our list of "to bake". I love trying to bake on the weekends and this are going to be added to our rotation.

OUR MELISSA & DOUG FAVORITES by Work it Mommy
We are hug fans of Melissa & Doug. I think it's safe to say we have every. single. one. of their puzzles. Whitney's list includes items for boys and girls and would make great additions to your little ones Easter basket. Speaking of, I need to finish Connor's before next weekend.

HOW TO MAKE ST. PATRICK'S DAY RAINBOW RICE from Sweet Turtle Soup
Even though St. Patrick's Day has come and gone, this post and recipe is still useful of us mommas looking for a great way to make colored rice for crafts, activities and sensory bins. The best part? You probably have every ingredient needed on hand already.

THE BEST LOADED POTATO DIP made by Our Pretty Little Girls
Dear Beth, you aren't helping my diet. This dip looks to die for. I'm hosting a Bunco night in April and this would be a great addition to the menu. Made with just a handful of ingredients, I think I could pull this one off.

LUCKY TO HAVE YOU shared by Polka-Dotty Place
Again, I know St. Patrick's Day was yesterday but I adore this simple craft idea from Whitney and her sweet baby girl Olive. I think this could be snail mail sent out anytime in the spring. Family and friends would love to discover something other than bills or junk in their mailbox. And it's a easy enough craft that you could tackle it in a single afternoon. 

What post inspired you this week?
Enjoy your weekend, friends!

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