This post was contributed by our honorary diva, Charlene. Here she is:
We are a small family living on a college budget, so lets just say that we've eaten our share of Costco size bundles of Ramen noodles!
But I have a secret..... Many have tried to guess and many have failed. You are dying to know aren't you! Okay, here I go! It's as simple as pie! Boil the water,
add the noodles (like normal). Let cook on high until noodles start to get tender.
Wow, so I was looking at my husband's wallet about a month ago and decided that the pictures were old and definitely not my favorite choices. I was currently putting together Family Scrapbooks and I realized how easy it would be to help my hubby update his wallet at the same time! It would be easy and then the pictures would be ones that I loved. They are also pretty cheap!
So I went onto Shutterfly to finish my books and I made a new album. I placed all of my...Continue Reading
My husband and I recently decided to choose two nights of the week and make it a "NO T.V." night. On our very first "NO T.V." night, we put the baby to bed and went about the night getting things done that we usually wouldn't do because we would be sitting in front of the T.V.
Well, to my surprise, I started hearing music play. My hubby had put a CD that he made for me when we were dating, into the CD Player. ALL love songs! It definitely set the mood for the...Continue Reading
How to Create A Couples Journal
Whenever I find an extra second in the day, I love to jot down little or big events or experiences in a journal. Journals are such an amazing way to keep memories alive! I keep both a personal and family journal. I have so much fun reading through the history of my life. It is incredible how many little things you can forget over time.
Keeping in the spirit of journals, I wanted to start one with my spouse. I call...Continue Reading
My recent project for my husband was inspired by this bib!
As I was feeding my studly little man - who was wearing this bib - the other day, I thought, "My husband's a stud muffin, too!"
So on the first day of his second year of grad school, I left this out on the table before he rushed out the door.
He appreciated it and it was SUPER easy to do. All I did was create a little logo in photoshop, printed it out, cut, and taped a skewer to the back. Stick...Continue Reading
Candy Bar Notes: Show Love to your Spouse
Showing someone love doesn't always have to be a big event. It can be something simple, quick, and easy. While I was shopping at the dollar store, I saw theater candy and thought..."Why not get my husband four treats to have ready to go." I decided to make up four special tags that would offer my husband my thanks and let him know that I loved him.
The candy I bought:
Coconut M&M'sContinue Reading