The other day I looked at my toddler’s hands and was shocked at what I saw. How did his hands get so big already?
I can remember holding them when he was a newborn, amazed at how detailed and functional such a little thing could be. His chubby baby hands were my favourite.
So in order to preserve them as they are now, as well as his brother’s very chubby little hands, I decided to make salt dough ornaments. Specifically little Santa hands. Continue reading “Salt Dough Ornaments”
We’re just three days away from Christmas and I **think** I am ready. My baking was done a while ago, the presents are all bought with all but one wrapped (**note for the shopping list – pick up wrapping paper), and I believe I have all the food I need. Continue reading “Merry Christmas, Love from the Dyck Family”
What do you get when you combine a mom who likes to bake, Christmas, and a toddler who is allergic to dairy and peanuts?
A lot…and I mean a lot of Christmas baking. But, more specifically, a homemade gingerbread house. Continue reading “Homemade Gingerbread House “
A busy toddler and a sick infant mean my hands and time are infrequently all my own.
Over the last week my six month old has struggled with a terrible cold. Never have I used our Nose Frieda and Hydrosense nasal spray so frequently. I think we’re finally over the mountain of boogers, but his voice is hoarse and I don’t doubt that if he could talk he would tell me his throat hurts. This means he’s miserable and wants to be held all the time. Continue reading “Staying nourished, staying sane “