The key to designing a family-friendly kitchen is function.
Make sure that everyone in the family has a space for their daily routine, and you’ll create a family-friendly kitchen that meets everyone’s needs.
Here are some tips and tricks to make your kitchen right for everyone.
Before getting started, it’s important to think ahead and ask yourself the right questions. A little bit of forethought can go a long way towards creating a great design that satisfies everyone.… Keep Reading!!!
By A.M., IANtB Science Editor
Every parent has had that kid. That kid who takes everything apart, upends every container, overturns every dirty rock. That kid who puts things that do not go in toilets into the toilet bowl, and presses the lever to see what happens.
But this mom has a very special child.
This child put the right thing (poop) in the toilet…but in the wrong part! That’s right — by methods unknown (perhaps that is for the … Keep Reading!!!
How to make a homemade hot oil treatment: rosemary olive oil & honey
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In this world of high tech gadgets and fancy devices, it’s easy to forget the joys getting your hands dirty and making things yourself – especially if you’ve got children. Not only is working on and making a project from scratch an ideal bonding exercise for parents and kids, it’s also the perfect way to help your little one learn to enjoy the simple things in life.
One idea is … Keep Reading!!!
Here is an easy recipe for rosemary infused olive oil! We use it for our homemade lotions and hair oils…and of course, recipes. (This is our secret ingredient in our homemade spaghetti sauce!)
Rosemary infused olive oil recipe
Add sprigs and oil in a small saucepan over low heat. Simmer for 10 minutes.
Transfer sprigs and oil to jar and refrigerate for up to 1 month.
Enjoy!… Keep Reading!!!
Images and text by Jamie Grumet. Posted on January 10, 2015.
This recipe for all-natural bath bombs is so much fun. Kids and adults will love the playfulness of the ice cream shape, and the best part is that they are just as enjoyable in the bath!
You can customize the coloring and flavors however you’d like. We decided to make chocolate and strawberry flavors at the boys’ request.
Most children are introduced to marine life studies between 4 and 6 years of age. This is also a perfect time to introduce basic ocean science!
I saw this ocean zone project by KC Edventures and decided to try it out using a slightly modified version.