I LOVE the beaded binky clips for girls, but for my little guy I thought I needed something a little more masculine and sturdy :) So I googled fabric binky clip tutorials and found this one. It was simple even I could figure it out!! I bought some more fabric to make another one too. I think they are so cute!
I had some left over fabric from a blanket that my mom made me so I decided to make a crinkle taggie toy. Have you heard of those? It is basically soft material your baby can grab onto, chew and it crinkle as they play with it. The best part about making one is that you can use scraps of material and ribbon you have lying around. I used this tutorial. Hope my little guy likes it!
We read and talked about the story of The Good Samaritan. Then we gave each girl an envelope marked TOP SECRET with their name on it. Inside was 7 assignments for the next week to secretly serve others. We talked about different ways that the girls could serve each of these people over the next week.
I have had this BABY chipboard book forever! I decided I might as well make it for my new baby! I found these papers at a local scrapbook store and fell in love with them! I love the colors! I just left spots where I can journal or put a small picture. Don't you love when you finally use up some of the stuff you have had forever! Here are the pages:
girl a few months ago. It was easy and I think it turned out pretty darn cute! It is four burp cloths and then two satin hair clips on top. I got my material for the burp cloths and hair clips at JoAnns.
These meatballs have been a family favorite for years. I loved them as a kid and now my kids love them too.
1 lb. ground beef 1/2 cup rice 1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1 Tbsp. dry onion 2 cans of tomato soup 1/2 cup water
Wash rice thoroughly. Combine meat, rice, salt, pepper and onion in a bowl. Then shape into small balls and place in a baking dish. Combine tomato soup and water and pour over the meatballs. Place lid on baking dish and bake in the oven at 350 degrees for about 1 1/2 hours.
* My mom also cooks these is the pressure cooker for about 10 minutes.