• Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments

    Parenting Pin-It Party #132

    Happy Monday everyone! The time has come for me to host again the #pinitparty. Hope you are all well despite the recent world events. Life is scarier than ever at the moment so keep your family and friends close always. Handprint Christmas Tree   This is such an easy craft for kids of all ages and you could apply to different things – cards , garlands and many other little bits. Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments   I am not a mice fan, I actually hate them (who doesn’t?) but these one look really cute don’t they?   Please do read the guidelines of the linky before you link up your fabulous…

  • Parenting Pin-It Party #128

    Halloween is at the end of this week so I bet that you are all preparing in some way or another for it. Although I didn’t “celebrate” as such before I had the girls I am now preparing for two Halloween parties for the end of the week. If you are a parent like me I am sure that in some way you prepare for it too. So this is why my pics for today are strongly related to Halloween. Potato Stamping Jack-O’-Lantern Faces This is such an easy craft for kids of all ages and i bet that most kids will love it! 5 Spooktacular Halloween Perler Bead Pattern…

  • Holiday Bedtime Tips

    Parenting Pin-It Party #113

    First I would like to apologise for not being really with it this week and last week. The #pinitparty team is on holiday really. This is why I am hosting again today. So if you linked up with the linky last week than stay around to check out the featured posts. After carefully studying all the posts that were linked last week I chose two parenting posts for all of you! After all we all need some help sometimes with our parenting troubles. When Your Children Complain They Are Bored – simple solution I found this article particularly interesting, Although I do have two girls so you would think they keep…

  • Parenting Pin-It Party #101

    Happy Monday! I had such a busy end of the week! How was yours? Today the party is hosted over here so if you linked your post last week on Helen’s blog over at Kiddy Charts Blog you should stay tuned.   FEATURED POSTS  Five life lessons I want my son to learn – Rachel In Real Life The MOTHERLOAD of Tips for Flying with a Toddler – Where The Smiles Have Been Congratulations! If you would like to show off with a feature badge please get in touch and I will send you one. *********************************** If you would also like to join our popular linky party then please do read the guidelines below…

  • Sisters #January

    I really enjoyed taking part in the #Siblings photo project last year and I decided it is time to continue and maybe just name it differently – Sisters 🙂 I have two girls after all. It will still be the same thing though..snapping pics with my lovely daughters and tell you a few things about them! The bond between my daughters is getting stronger and although they have their misunderstandings it is clear to all the people that lay the eyes on them how much they love and care each other. God forbidden for one of them to be ill and suffering or to cry…the other one is there for…

  • Foodie Friday 28/11

    Looks like everybody is very busy at the moment and we had no entries last week for Foodie Friday over at Casa Costelo. That’s a pity because it means that nobody took advantage of the Pinterest love. This is why I decided that this week the theme should be NO THEME! Maybe like this we will get some entries…if not than I think its just time to throw in the hat and say goodbye to this linky. If you don’t follow the Pinterest board here it is where you can find us and follow us: Follow Otilia Stocks’s board Foodie Friday on Pinterest. The linky is not as successful as…

  • Muddy Chocolate Cake

    Muddy Halloween Chocolate Cake

    I am loving taking the time to make/bake/cook a recipe every week for Foodie Friday. It is very exciting actually as I need to keep up with the theme too. This week I baked for you a Muddy Chocolate Cake inspired by a cake found in Roald Dahl’s – Completely Revolting Recipes: And here is the recipe I end up with:  For the sponge: 225g plain chocolate 175 unsalted butter, softened 225h caster sugar 4 tbsp plain flour 6 eggs separated For the Coating: 225g dark chocolate Hadleigh Maid’s Baking Buttons 225h double cream(smantana grouse) What else you will need: Halloween sweets 20cm cake tin greaseproof paper saucepan skewer wire…