I spent a couple of days at my daughter and son-in-law’s house this week, helping out with the baby so they could get caught up on some things.
When Gigi is in town and gets to dress the baby, the Disney clothes are coming out!
“The simplest toy, one which even the youngest child can operate, is called a grandparent.”– Sam Levenson
Isn’t that the truth?! This kid has me wrapped around her finger already.
In Case You Missed It…
I made this delicious, 30-minute One-Pan Caprese Chicken for Father’s Day dinner, and it was a hit with everyone. Chicken cutlets, pesto, fresh summer tomatoes and basil, mozzarella, and a drizzle of balsamic glaze at the end. So simple, but so good.
I love having the family over for a Fourth of July barbecue. It’s one of my favorite things, and I have so many happy memories of the ones we’ve had through the years. This week I shared some of my memories along with some of my favorite Red, White & Blue supplies to help you make summer memories with your family, too.
The Weekly Features!
Speaking of making memories, all of this week’s features highlight great examples of ways you can make holiday memories with your family.
You could set a pretty table (even if it’s with paper plates) or better yet, task the kids with creating the tablescape!
What if you made a patriotic craft with the kids, like this wreath from Emily? Hanging it on the door each year will revive those memories.
I love this treat box that you can easily make with your kids. What a perfect way to gather all that candy tossed at the July 4th parade!
So many ways to create memories…
- Fourth of July Favor Box | Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Quick Dollar Tree Wreath | Hunny I’m Home
- Patriotic Rice Krispie Treats | Walking on Sunshine
- American Flag Pretzels | Everyday Savvy
- Stars & Stripes Tablescape | Whispers of the Heart
All features have been pinned to the Sundays on Silverado Pinterest Board!
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