This past weekend was Father’s Day, a day to celebrate the dads in our lives. For us here in Syracuse, New York, the spring has been rainy and cool and not at all like our normal June hot weather. Sunday, for example was around 60 degrees and steady, soaking rain. So, instead of our usual clambake on the deck, I decided to make meatballs and sauce!
All-Star Cheer is a big investment in time and money but it’s well worth it for your child. Here’s how to find the right facility for your family.
Last week was a blur for me with a bunch of deadlines at work so I didn’t get a chance to post about our trip to Ithaca, New York over Winter Break. I took the kids to the Sciencenter, a place we had driven by but had never visited
Cheers takes on a whole new meaning as we experience the new world of all-star cheerleading.
Team sports are important to a young girls’ development, both physically and mentally. In this post, I offer five ways in which I believe it offers benefits that far exceed those found in the classroom.
We’re at the first day of school, finally, and the girls are getting ready as I type this post. With a change of season we slowly move into cooler months and busier times. This year, our busy takes on a new meaning since the girls have each picked up a sport.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted mostly due to being busy plus a lack of motivation. Without the warm spring weather, I’m lost!
My middle child experienced a rite of Catholic passage this past weekend when she made her first penance.
I received an Instant Pot for Christmas. So far, I’d give it a positive review.
In my last post I alluded to the fact I was finishing up a Christmas stocking for my son, a long tradition that started with my mom years ago.