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Grapefruit Smoothie

Grapefruit Smoothie

Do you find yourself rushing out the door to drop your kids off and trying to beat morning traffic? If breakfast is an afterthought in all the morning chaos, smoothies are a simple alternative. This grapefruit breakfast smoothie recipe will supercharge everyone’s morning and it’s quick to get together. Ingredients: Grapefruit Banana 1 cup strawberries […]

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Soto

SOTO: The Houston Penetrable

If you haven’t been to the Houston Penetrable exhibit at MFAH by Jesus Rafael Soto, this one of a kind art experience not to be missed (and hurry, it ends Monday, September 1st!). And best of all, this interactive installation is the perfect way to get your kids excited about the arts! It has taken […]

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My ALS Challenge

My ALS Challenge!

Yesterday afternoon I was challenged by HMB guest author and Big Kid Small City blogger Jill Jarvis to participate in the popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! And while no one particularly likes cold water being dumped on their head, the internet has been awash with eager participants ready to get doused for this incredible cause, and I was […]

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Back to School Remix

Back to School Remix!

When I saw this on The San Francisco Globe and couldn’t stop giggling! These creative parents found a way to get their kids excited about another school year, and thank all the wonderful teachers who are back to educating those little growing minds! We hope everyone is having a fantastic time heading back to school! It’s […]

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source: Sweet Treats and More

Edible Pudding Paint

Whether it’s raining cats and dogs, or it’s just too hot to think about playing outside, this all in one craft and snack will help your kiddos pass the time! Edible pudding paint is a breeze to make, and with just a few ingredients your family will be creating pieces of art in no time. […]

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