We were graced with amazing weather this past weekend. Temperatures in the mid 70s, sunshine, and a constant breeze that got us in the mood to get outside. We even thought about hitting up the local ice cream shop that just opened for the season.
Eric is a milkshake lover. Sidebar – am I only one that begins to sing, “my milkshake brings all the boys…” every single time the word milkshake is uttered? Please tell me I’m not. Anyway, he loves milkshakes, specifically Cookies and Cream milkshakes. He’s obsessed, and has been known to drive over 20 minutes just to pick one up from Dairy Queen. And while we were in Florida last summer, we had to make our way to the Ben and Jerry’s in St. Armand’s Circle every single night. He claims they have “the best milkshakes on the planet”, and I’m pretty sure it makes the top 5 in his Reasons We Should Move to Florida list.
How to dye Easter eggs with whipped cream – a fun and easy Easter craft.
One of my favorite Easter traditions is dyeing eggs. Of course the baskets full of chocolate and jelly beans are right up there as well, but I love how dyeing eggs is a creative and fun way to make memories with your family.
Super easy cake mix cookies are given a festive Easter twist with the addition pastel buttercream and sprinkles.
It was 75 degrees and sunny this weekend, which was so amazing! We flung open the windows, did a little more spring cleaning, and took a much needed trip to Trader Joe’s and World Market. Which basically means we re-cluttered the pantry after cleaning it out. I’m a sucker for Trader Joe’s – I just can’t help myself.
Mini Chocolate Poke Cakes are baked to perfection in canning jars, drenched in caramel, and topped with whipped cream and toffee chips to create the perfect mini dessert.
My dad and brother came into town this weekend to visit Elle – we were just back home a week ago, but they simply can’t get enough of our sweet baby girl. Not that we can blame them, she’s pretty much the cutest baby ever. Just sayin’.