5 Simple Tips for Gardening With Children

5 Simple Tips for Gardening With Children 5 Simple Tips for Gardening With Children

How to Boil, Peel, and Use Up Hard-Boiled Eggs

How to Boil, Peel, and Use Up Hard-Boiled Eggs How to Boil, Peel, and Use Up Hard-Boiled Eggs

The Serve One Another in Love Cafe

The Serve One Another in Love Cafe The Serve One Another in Love Cafe

Getting Through Hard Times {Finding Raisins in Your Cookies Instead of Chocolate Chips}

Getting Through Hard Times {Finding Raisins in Your Cookies Instead of Chocolate Chips} Getting Through Hard Times {Finding Raisins in Your Cookies Instead of Chocolate Chips}

Enjoying the Extras in Life Without Letting Them Take Over

Enjoying the Extras in Life Without Letting Them Take Over Enjoying the Extras in Life Without Letting Them Take Over

Children love to make things grow. Parents, grandparents, teachers, and anyone who is responsible for watching children could and should take advantage of this natural fascination for the botanical kingdom. I’m not going to give you any hidden secrets or amazing tips for how to garden with children. In fact, most of my gardening attempts have been failures, but my gardening with my children has…

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Deviled Eggs Recipe and Stuffed Egg Chicks

This basic deviled eggs recipe is open to a lot of variations, including the stuffed egg chicks down below. Enjoy. Deviled Eggs Recipe Ingredients 12 hard-boiled eggs 1/2 cup mayonnaise (or to your preference) 2 teaspoons mustard 1/2 teaspoon salt pinch of pepper, optional paprika optional green onions, red bell peppers, or any other pretty garnish Directions Peel eggs. (Read How To Boil an Egg…

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I love a good, juicy ham on Easter and Christmas (and any day in between). Too often the hams we’ve had are dry, expensive and sickeningly sweet, even when we bought the high-priced, big name hams from the ham store. It’s enough to make a person sit down and cry into her taters. Therefore, we took it upon ourselves to find the cheapest, tastiest method…

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Last year I posted several articles about hard-boiled eggs. They were some of my most popular posts of all time. Apparently, you people are all about the incredible edible egg! And why not! Eggs are awesome. In honor of the amazing egg, here is a round-up of my best hard-boiled egg posts, as well as some newbies. Check out this picture sent in by my…

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There are many ways to celebrate Easter with food, and many of them point directly to the Resurrection, such as this Jelly Bean Gospel or these Resurrection Rolls or these Resurrection Cookies. Chocolate Bunny Oatmeal has nothing to do with anything. It’s just plain fun. That happy, oblivious little bunny has no idea what’s about to transpire. Serve up bowls of piping hot oatmeal and…

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This is my last post as The Simple Homemaker…sort of. Here’s the deal people: I’m moving over to my family’s other blog, The Travel Bags. Why? Great question. You always ask the best questions. You’re so clever! There are several reasons: ONE: I need to be part of the team.  My family of 10 has a full-time traveling Christian music mission, as you probably know…

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8 Tips for Taking Down Christmas Deocrations

Our decorations stay up until after Three King’s Day, a.k.a. Epiphany, a.k.a. There Isn’t a Single Needle Left on This Tree. Why? Because I love Christmas, and I especially love the laid back days after Christmas, so why not celebrate all twelve of them! I know many people like to get the decor put away tout d’suite, because it feels clean. To each their own. Here are some tips…

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