Ramen noodles, or the equivalent, are found all over the world by many names. They are a quick easy meal that can be served warm, fried, as soup, a side or straight from the package. I’ve done them all, but my ‘go-to’ (and my kid’s favorite) way to eat ramen is as a soup cooked … Continue reading Easy (5-min) ramen with egg (and vegetables) your kids will love!
Surfing Pinterest my wife found a PVC water table that she thought would be perfect for our one-year-old. Although following pre-laid out instructions doesn’t make a building project much fun for me, I figured it would be a pretty quick job, so I happily agreed to build it and set off to the hardware store. … Continue reading DIY wooden frame water table
It’s often said that on July 4, 1776, a new nation was born. But we weren’t really “born” any more than a child is born as they move out of the house and off to college, or to start a new career. The 13 original colonies had reached the point where they strongly desired to … Continue reading United Independence
Here’s a really simple, yet fun project to do for the kids, the DIY lightsaber! This one is so simple, the kids can do it themselves (with a little supervision on the cutting, of course). Watch the video here for a 2 minute summary, or check out below for details. What you need: 1 pool noodle (image … Continue reading Easy DIY ‘lightsaber’ or sword