Who doesn’t need a little extra free time during the holidays? bumGenius Freetime is a convenient, all-in-one style cloth diaper that doesn’t require stuffing, saving a little bit of time every time you wash your cloth diapers.
Sure, stuffing pocket style cloth diapers only takes 10-15 minutes every few days, but what could you do with an extra hour each week during the holidays? Bake some cookies, wrap gifts, read a book in front of the fire, knit a pair of mittens or maybe you would rather just take a nap. As a mom, I can’t guarantee any of those would happen if you owned a stash of bumGenius Freetimes, but it sure is a nice dream.
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I like to spend my free time experimenting in the kitchen. I use recipes as guidelines, I never measure and I like to try new ingredients.
I like to spend my free time with my family and knitting!
http://cocktails.about.com/od/atozcocktailrecipes/r/alxndr_cktl.htm, Brandy Alexander, its a cocktail, but its also a family tradition, we use ice creme and blend it instead of creme. for kiddos and preggos just omit the brandy.
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I don’t have a favorite recipe actually…but I do have a trick that I can share. When my DH and I got together, he didn’t want a turkey on our first thanksgiving as a family. (granted, this was postponed three days after thanksgiving because I went into labor, but still) I PROMISED him that he would love MY turkey. I always cook my turkey breast side down. That keeps the breast from drying out. I also try to always use a Reynolds Baking bag, because you can pull your turkey out of the oven after baking, and let it ‘rest’ without losing any of the moisture. He was pretty impressed and had never heard of anyone cooking a turkey breast side down before. Needless to say, He does the ham for Christmas and I do the Turkey for thanksgiving.
My family makes buckeyes every Christmas to give to our friends and neighbors. Our recipe is similar to:
Accidently entered my recipe choice in the twitter entry.. oopsy. Here’s the twitter link: https://twitter.com/kristynsaysxo/status/268755347873878017 Sorry about that.
Baking my grandma’s secret family recipe for fresh apple cake & making crafts with my daughter.
http://www.5dollardinners.com/quinoa-waldorf-salad/ but you MUST use granny smith apples and dried cranberries.
With a 7 week old baby I will be spending any extra time this holiday season sleeping!! I will leave the baking and decorating to the rest of the family!
My favourite freetime activity is taking photographs of my family all together
2 (8 oz) pkg cream cheese, softened
1 (5 oz) jar Kraft Roka Blue Cheese (seasonal item)
1 (5oz) jar Kraft Old English Cheese
small amount minced onion or 1 tsp onion powder
chopped pecans (optional)
Combine all ingredients except pecans using a mixer until fully incorporated. Roll in pecans (or if traveling, put in desired bowl and gently press pecans on top of cheese ball in dish). Chill and enjoy with your favorite dippers(keep refrigerated).
chocolate crinkle cookies http://www.lifeisnotbubblewrapped.com/2010/11/05/8-weeks-of-cookies/