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Holidays

Scarf Exchange {2017}

Last week my moms group got together for our annual Scarf Exchange.I just love these girls!! It’s a really fun casual night in. Everyone comes dressed in PJ’s, brings a wrapped scarf and appetizer/dessert to share.   Nicole made super yummy gingerbread martinis! Normally after our exchange we just nibble some more and hang out, but …

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Thanksgiving {2017}

After our busy Thanksgiving start in Vegas we were happy to spend the day in our PJ’s watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The kids had fun dancing around and pointing out their favorite floats. During the parade we snacked on Pumpkin French Toast Casserole. Yum!  After the Parade we did a project with the …

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Fall Bucket List

Happy fall ya’ll! It’s beginning to cool down here in So Cal and it kinda sorta feels like fall. Some days are super cool in the low 60’s and then some days are warm in the mid 90’s. However we have ditched our shorts and have moved on to layers. Now that it’s fall we …

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Mother’s Day {2017}

Now that Sarah (and Jacob) go to school they make fun things like this for Mother’s day. Sarah’s class also invited the moms for a Mother’s Day fiesta. We ate, danced and the kids sang us a sweet song. Love my girl! Jacob made a hand print piece at mommy and me that Sarah made …

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Passover {2017}

I love hosting dinner in our home. I think about the menu, invite guests, shop for food and set my table.The kids had a table of their own too.The menu consisted of a few favorites and some new dishes. Orange Marmalade chicken – Sweet Onion Brisket – Matzah Apple Kugel – Carrot and Raisin Kugel …

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Valentine’s Day {2017}

This year Valentine’s Day fell on a school day. I had plans to volunteer at Sarah’s school, but I mixed up the dates and couldn’t get someone to watch Jacob. After both Sarah and I shed some tears (poor kiddo really wants me to volunteer more often) I was determined to make the rest of …

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Tu Bishvat {2017}

Last weekend we celebrated Tu Bishvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees. Tu Bishvat is a traditional holiday where we plant trees and eat food from the seven species; wheat, barley, olives, pomegranate, figs, dates and grapes.      This holiday celebrates the “rebirth” of the trees. Tu Bishvat marks the beginning of spring. However with of …

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