Category Archives: Making Memories

Bebe and Mommy’s Landmark

Daddy is painting a new window trim.  Guess what?  Bebe and Mommy decided to sneak a bit of paint and get crafty!  Yes, We now have our very own Landmark at home!  Daddy even gave us compliments and extra paint to finish off our project!  The best part it was easy and peacy!

There is nothing like having your own Landmark!

All you need is a heart stencil, which is very easy to make. Fold a piece of paper in half, trace half of a heart, cut it, tape it to the floor and paint over it!  Wallah your done!

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Our stencil/free hand cut without a pattern
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The Finish Project!
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Bebe and Mommy
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Lifetime Memories

Matching Pajamas…

A few days ago I came across a website that sells Glamping Gear.  I fell in love with the Pink Glamping Pajamas.  The best part; they were on sale and they had a matching set for Mommy.

These days it’s all about Bebe and Mommy making memories.  I was so excited I couldn’t wait any longer.  They are colorful and extremely cute for our Spring Glamping getaway.  I immediately knew I had to place my order.

A week has gone by…Guess what? They came in the mail today. Bebe and I are so excited we can’t wait to go Camping.  We are ready to make new lifetime memories waking up to Nature in our cozy cute PJ’s!  Stay tuned for our Glamping Adventure out in the Canyon!

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Our cute PJ’s

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How to make your own Play Dough

Who doesn’t love playing with Play Dough?  We do!!!!  After numerous times going shopping for play dough AKA: Play-Doh we decided to learn how to make our own.  It was fun, cheap and easy. The best part is non-toxic!  Bebe and I had so much fun making play dough we spent most of the evening creating different color batches.

Ingredients:

1 Cup of Flour

1 Cup of Warm Water

1/3 Cup of Salt

2 Tsp Cream of Tartar

Liquid Food Color -A few drops to achieve your color desired

Step 1:

Combine all the ingredients in a pot.
Cook over medium to low heat, stirring pretty constantly for about 5-8 minutes until it all sticks together and starts looking like play-doh. Form a ball and remove it from the pot.
Let the mixture cool off by placing it on wax paper.

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My little helper

Step 2: Knead

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Knead your dough until it looks nice and shiny.

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Step 3: Play & Store

Play with your play-dough and store it in an air-tight container or ziplock bag. We used ziplock bags with no complaints. It will keep it from getting dry.  You will enjoy your play-dough for months!