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Last night after the kids went to sleep and my husband and I watched the season finale of American Idol.. I was thinking to myself, “I wonder what other parent’s set as a bedtime for their children?”. We have five kids ages 4,8,10,12, and 13. Currently our routine is “It’s 9:00, time for bed! Brush your teeth!” and they’re only allowed to drink water after that. Our youngest daughter usually wants to crash around 8:30-8:45 and it’s quiet time for the older kids while she’s sleeping. I think that 9:00 is a great time for our family. Sometimes it takes the kids an hour to fully fall asleep after 9:00, so that’s why a later time seems a little too late. Also, they’re not allowed to lay in bed with their iPads, iPhones, etc. So I just was curious, what is your child’s bedtime? Leave a comment below and lets discuss!
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Yesterday was my step-son Ethan’s 12th Birthday and him and his father absolutely love Strawberry cake for their birthday’s, so this time I’d like to share the recipe with you so you can make it at home for your family.
First I use 1 box of Pillsbury Purely Simple White Cake Mix
and the ingredients it calls for. You’ll also need one 3oz package of Strawberry Jello (1 cup cold water and 1 cup boiling water).
For the topping, one 8oz tub of cool whip, 1/4 cup powdered sugar, and 1/4 teaspoon of almond extract. Sliced strawberries for on top.
The kids are on Spring Break this week and the Celentano Pasta (Ravioli) is BOGO at Publix, so I am trying this easy ravioli bake recipe for the first time today.
We have been at the park for a few hours on this first day of Spring Break as it is unusually chilly for Florida and we couldn’t really do anything like the beach. I found this recipe on the Betty Crocker website so I’d like to give my credit to her and share this with you.
I doubled this recipe to feed my family of seven, with leftovers.
1 package of ravioli. I used one Celentano mini cheese ravioli and one beef filled ravioli.
1 jar of sauce. I used 2 jars of Bertoli Tomato & Basil.
1 package of shredded mozzarella cheese.