My daughter likes carrots in general, but she loves them even more when we’re making something cute out of them! This time, we decided to make beautiful carrot flowers to decorate our special salad we usually make for Easter.
My daughter is 5 years old and she loves to pick on her own the hair accessories so it matches with what she wears. Sometimes it is so fun to watch her deciding:) Recently she told me she had nothing special to wear for Valentine’s Day, and she wanted something with a heart (of course!). So I did a cute red heart for her headband, check it out, it is so easy!
Last weekend we started to clean up our backyard from all the leaves that has fallen. There were a lot of them as we had a few windy days just before. At one point of time, my daughter said: “Mom, what are we going to do with all these leaves?!?” I said, that we can think of something and asked her to select some of the most beautiful leaves. See what we did :)
This ‘sunflower’ project started at my daughter’s school. All kids in her class discovered different kinds of seeds and learned how they grew. They were asked to select seeds they liked and then planted them in small plastic cups. This gardening adventure inspired me to make a little surprise for my daughter. One day I prepared a peach and blackberry sunflower for her dessert:)
We have just picked up some fresh raspberries from my parents’ garden. They were so sweet and still warm: delicious! When we returned home, we made cute little flowers with raspberries and blueberries in the center – yummy!
Butternut squash soup served with homemade sweet potato chips and fresh curd cheese. Simple vegetable soup recipe, great way to make your kids eat veggies.