I’ve had a super busy week this week, as most of us have with the start of school, along with fall sports and after-school activities kicking in so I am switching things up and giving myself a night off of cooking. (Psst–you should too!) Maybe you’ve been to the Madison Farmer’s Market every week and
Today a friend shared an article that was titled “To The Parents Who Give Their Kids iPads In Restaurants” and, being in the direct vicinity of two kids who use devices in restaurants, I gave it a look. What was said was a sanctimonious diatribe (my not so humble opinion) that lectures parents on how
As someone who used to work in food services through college, I have an idea of how to treat customers. Trust me when I say that I know it’s no easy feat to always accommodate a large party. Since we’ve been a family of six for a year now, I’m used to the looks we
I love sharing my recipes with you every week but sometimes we just want a hot meal on the table and don’t have time to make it ourselves. Thanks to some of our local chefs, you don’t have to be the only one preparing home cooked, delicious meals for your family! Enjoy these and take
**The opinions in this post are mine. I was not approached by Anchor Golf Center to write about them, and I have not been compensated by them.** On a recent half-day off from school, my son, age 11, and I had a whole afternoon to ourselves. I told him that he could pick what we did. His immediate response?
As a baby, my son was not a good napper. Even as an 11-year-old now, he will do almost anything to avoid bedtime. (Last night he even Swiffered the floors!) He hated naps. Like kicked-and-screamed hated. As a desperate mom with another one on the way, I’d load my two-year-old into the car and drive around with