Ah, Croatia… Been there many times as a child, my grandmother was born in the then-Austro-Hungarian Empire, which now is the northeast of Croatia, eaten Croatian food countless times, so I was really looking forward to this one! Instead of usually doing research for what recipes there are for a country, I put down recipes I knew and liked and then tried to discuss what we should make and what might also have a chance for Nico to actually eat.
(Delivered Aug, 14, 2014) We’ve used the Calgary Interfaith Food Bank before due to several months of unemployment, EI not coming in on time etc, and we wanted to give back whenever we could, but not by donating food, since they already get that from some major grocery stores (and that is pretty much all they get). After checking their site, I did not see anything for school supplies and thought that this could work for the end of summer, since I did not want to wait until Christmas, and everybody donates around Christmas anyways, so I wanted to do it at a time, where they receive less. School sales rolled around in early August, so off we went.
Glittering Muffins and the Imagination Movers have teamed up to give you a great chance to experience the Movers live and in person during their upcoming North American “Back in Blue” tour!
We are excited to let you know that we are guest posting on the fabulous Rainy Day Mum blog! Based on the book “How do dinosaurs eat their food” we organized a dino picnic that does not take a lot of preparation, but gives lots of fun. Click here to read all about it (1456)
(July 10, 2014) Yep this month sensory dough is fizzy! All I could think of was a volcano, not much of a dough… So I searched around and found this post from Life Lesson Plans. It shows a malleable dough and it’s fizzy, bingo!