February 14th is the day when we take the time to celebrate our friends and family and show them how much we care. And what better way to share your love with your little one than an extra special Valentine’s day lunch? Here’s how: Special Sandwich Make your child’s favorite sandwich – whether PB & J, turkey and cheese, egg salad – whatever! Then carefully cut it into the shape of a heart. If you have a heart-shaped cookie cutter, that’s probably your best bet. Sweet Treat Beverage
OMG, I made my very own candy necklace! Pretty cool huh? You can make these in whatever color you want… mine are pink and purple for Valentine’s Day. Alright let’s start. This is easy, I promise! Ingredients 4 egg whites 1 cup sugar 1/4 cream of tartar (this is a powder in the spice aisle – makes everything shiny, but it’s optional) 1 tsp of flavoring if desired 1 tbs cocoa powder (if you want them to be chocolate flavored) Directions
I’m a scorpio, so I can’t help but have the jealous gene. I consider myself a confident girl, but when it comes to my partner, a little psycho creeps out whenever other women or exes come into the picture. He’s a good catch, what can I say? We’ve been married for almost 4 years now…
These pretzel treats are a perfect activity to get the kids involved. Pretzels and chocolate – I think those are two staples in a kids life, arent they? I could not keep my son away if I tried. Once these treats are assembled and cooled, we put them in cello bags and tied them with a decorative ribbon. My kids cant wait to give their gourmet gifts to teachers, grandparents, and friends.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day – but who wants to give or receive yet another bouquet of flowers or the typical box of chocolates! Instead, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite gift ideas, regardless of your budget (big or small), for her, him, and kids! GIFTS FOR HER Mother Trucker #LOVE Hat Fun, hip and…
Every year, people with very good intentions sit down and type out a list of New Years resolutions, usually consisting of some lofty goals like “I will never touch fast food again” or “I will whip those saddle bags into shape” or “I will be a more patient parent.”
Jan 2nd, I’m starting a 10 day fitness challenge #BBNYNY18! It’s the New Year, New You possibility to set yourself up for a year of accomplished goals and happiness. Sign up at BrookeBurke.com If fitness is on your list of changes, I’ve got you covered and I’m ready to help you step into your best…
If New Year’s Eve means staying at home with the kids this year, making it a kid-friendly festivity is easier than you might think. Parents can still have lots of fun, ringing in the new year with their little ones. New Year’s Eve isn’t exclusively for grownups anymore, and you really don’t have to go out somewhere to make it a great celebration. With family friendly New Year’s Eve parties becoming more popular, the ideas for planning a fun event are endless:
When your child turns 5-years-old, it is an exciting time for both a child and her parents. This is the age when most children begin school and learn to read and write. Suddenly, the child who was once a toddler is a big kid, with big kid abilities and responsibilities. Celebrate your child’s entrance into the big kid world by throwing her a birthday bash she will always remember.
The parties and family functions offer unbelievably delicious foods that make your mouth water just thinking about them! But, just because the holidays are here doesnt mean you should throw out all of your hard work throughout the year. This year, with a little self-control and knowledge about the right choices, you can avoid the holiday bulge! Here are some of the best and worst holiday foods.