Fall is in the air and with fall comes a lot of local fairs. To celebrate fall we’re giving away ways to have fun fair food at home! The winner will be able to have cotton candy and hot dogs anytime they want!! Everyone is going to want to come to your house for these fair treats all the time!
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This year, we’re getting together with a group of families for a Halloween potluck before heading out to trick-or-treat. I wanted a fun, spooky snack to bring, so I made these Bat Cheese Balls and Oreo Monsters.
Won’t be home for Halloween this year? Or maybe you just want a cute way to display the candy you plan to hand out? This Homemade Halloween Candy Dispenser can be made with supplies you probably have already on-hand. Just fill it with candy, set it out on Halloween night, and let the kids fend for themselves!
I’ve been blogging for almost five years, and in that time, I’ve gotten to know many of the bloggers here in Dallas. I wanted to highlight a few of the Top Dallas Bloggers here on my site.
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When you’re looking for a childcare facility for your little ones, educational programs are a top priority. TLC Schools in Dallas has a top-notch program for children in preschool through Kindergarten.
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One of my favorite things to cook during the fall is casserole. It’s so easy to throw the ingredients in a dish and put in the oven — the perfect weeknight meal! When planning our meals last week, I wanted to try something new, and this Chicken and Stuffing Casserole sounded *so* good.
Plus, you could substitute left over turkey for the chicken in this dish as a way to use it up after Thanksgiving. With the stuffing and rice mixture, it’s filling and delicious and you definitely need to try it.
Can I just say how excited I am for Halloween this year? While we had fun last year, my son wasn’t quite old enough to understand and enjoy the holiday. This year, though, is going to be FUN! There are so many great family-friendly activities in Dallas to celebrate Halloween. As I was researching fun things we could do, I thought I’d put together a list of some things that sound really fun. Read More…
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I grew up watching Aggie Football with my grandpa. I’ll never forget sitting with him, watching the Bonfire burn before the annual game against UT. It was such a fun tradition that we shared, and something that I want to continue with my son.
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If you ask my toddler what he wants to be for Halloween, you might get one of three responses, depending on his mood: Power Ranger! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle! Avengers! We popped into our local Spirit Halloween store the other day, and left with two different costumes so that he has choices on Halloween.