Finished sugar paste model

By |January 25th, 2015|




Here are pictures of my first finished sugar paste model(s). It was fun learning how to put it together and there were definitely some things I would have done differently such as not put the hair on her head before attaching it to the body. That was a pain! Her arms were also originally straight and […]

First sugar paste model progress

By |January 23rd, 2015|

As my husband can tell you, I go through cycles when it comes to hobbies. Once I get interested, I usually spend days and weeks researching, then getting tools and supplies for whatever creative endeavor I’m trying out.

To be honest, I had a Kohl’s coupon and was browsing online to see what sort of kitchen […]

Reality of Toy Blocks

By |January 21st, 2015|

My daughter has this habit of dumping out all the toy blocks after we’ve picked them up, then strategically places them around the house for us to step on. No matter how many organizing boxes, cubbies or shelves we get, it doesn’t matter. Her toys will end up everywhere! We are trying to teach her […]

Sweet Potato Casserole

By |January 21st, 2015|

This yummy sweet potato casserole recipe has the basics of an indulgent dessert- brown sugar, butter, vanilla extract- disguised as a side dish. Hey, I’m not complaining! This was from allrecipes and it came out pretty delicious. I used a 9″ pie dish instead of a 9×13 as the recipe states and also used a stand […]

Pilates Workout with a Toddler

By |January 14th, 2015|

A few days ago I decided to do a Pilates workout. Now I hadn’t really done this type of exercise in a while, let alone with a 21-month old toddler. This drawing is pretty much exactly how it went, give or take a few moves. My daughter thought it was hilarious every time I did a […]

Cold Weather

By |January 10th, 2015|

I remember when I was a youngin’, snow days were the best. When we lived in Maine there was a huge blizzard and my brother and I spent the whole day building a giant snow fort. We built snow slides off the back deck and other various snowmageddon things. He even convinced me that you […]

Tres Leches Cake

By |January 8th, 2015|

For my first recipe post, I wanted to share this scrumptious Tres Leches cake recipe with you. If you’ve never had it, I highly recommend giving it a go. It starts out as a light, airy cake that is then soaked overnight in a sweet milk mixture. Once it’s done letting all the creamy goodness […]