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Showing posts with label Giveaway. Show all posts
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Oct 13, 2016

Teal Pumpkin Project

I love that so many companies are making it easier for families to participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project this year. I was so excited about the movement the first year it began, and my love for this effort has just continued to grow. There are so many reasons to swap out the usual candy treats for some fun, non-food items instead. I know my kids love getting little prizes and appreciate them much more than a few pieces of candy, which we inevitably end up getting rid of not too long after collecting it.


Nov 17, 2014

Foster Farms Gluten Free Corn Dogs: Product Review

#glutenfree #dairyfree #review #FFGlutenFree

My kids are lovers of simple "kid" foods. Fish sticks, chicken nuggets, and corn dogs especially. We do keep these items on hand, but they are well aware that they do not get to indulge in these items on a very regular basis. However, it is nice to have something quick and easy on hand for those evenings when we have to eat and run.

Nov 11, 2014

Two Year Blogiversary!

Today is a special day for many reasons. It is Veteran's Day. A day to honor and thank our current and past military members, who have put their lives on the line for our freedom. If you are one of these brave, outstanding individuals, THANK YOU for your service!

Today also marks my husband's and my 3-year anniversary. What an awesome day that was!


Last, but certainly not least, two years ago today was the day I began this little blog! (Otherwise known as "Blogiversary.") You can read more about what spurred my desire to start this blog over on the Food Allergy Jams blog where I am guest posting today, or here.

Jul 4, 2013

Product Review :: Salba Chia Seeds

Have I ever mentioned my love of chia seeds on here? Yes, that chia. (Just the word makes you start to sing the catchy tune, right?! Ch-ch-ch-chia!) You're probably thinking, "What on earth would you do with chia seeds, besides grow furry little plants?" Why, eat them, of course!

What exactly is chia, you ask? Well, according to WebMd.com, "Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, grown in Mexico dating back to Mayan and Aztec cultures. 'Chia' means strength, and folklore has it that these cultures used the tiny black and white seeds as an energy booster."

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