A few weeks ago, I received these adorable baby shoes in the mail from the Sarah Beth Company! They’ve quickly become our go-to baby shoes. They are comfortable for Asher but aren’t easy for him to pull off 6,372 times per day.
I just love them. Check out her shop! Link to her Instagram page here! Use the code NATM10 to get 10% off of your purchase!
Also be sure to head over to her Facebook Page and give it a like. I promise you won’t regret it :) Interested in having your product reviewed? Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I overheard another mom talking about this amazing idea and decided to try it myself. I also forgot to take pictures of every step. Clearly I’m not a food blogger.
You can do this either in the microwave or on the stovetop. THREE INGREDIENTS. That’s it. SO EASY.
- 3 cups milk chocolate chips
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 24 Reese’s peanut butter cupsPour all of your chocolate chips into the pan (or safe bowl if in microwave) and add the full can of sweetened condensed milk.Microwave or heat until chocolate is melted (check every minute in the microwave.)
Layer Reese’s cups in the bottom of your lined 8×8 or 9×9 pan (forgot this photo). Pour chocolate over the Reese’s. Chill for a half hour, then cut and serve! Amazingly delicious. And took all of 40 minutes INCLUDING the 30 that it spent chilling. Easy peasy.
For Halloween, Aiden wanted to be a fireman so I decided to dress Asher as a dalmatian. I couldn’t find a cute one anywhere that wasn’t close to $100 and I am just too cheap to pay that much for a Halloween costume. I decided to make him one using items around the house. I only had to purchase white tights (boy mom), black felt, and fabric glue.
- White onesie
- White pants
- White tights
- Cotton balls
- Black headband
- Black felt
- Fabric glue
- Needle & white thread
All I did was cut out various sized felt circles and glue them on. Then cut out two ear shapes and glued them to the headband.
Then I cut off one of the tight legs, stuffed it with cotton balls, and then hand sewed it to the back of the white pants. Easy peasy. And turned out to be super cute on him! :)See both of their costumes in my Halloween post by clicking here :)
I was noticeably absent from most social media (with the exception of Instagram) for the month of November. I’ll be pumping out a few posts over the next couple of days to play catch up, and then I’ll blog about the reason I’ve been avoiding the internet as soon as I get all of the right words together.
For now, here’s an overview of the rest of the Dino-visits.