Spicy Chicken Wings with Dip
January 10, 2020 – 7:00 am | No Comment

Spicy Chicken Wings
with Blue Cheese or Ranch Dip
Tangy with just the right kick of spice, these spicy chicken wings will be a hit with your family or party guests. Serve with a side of blue …

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Articles by Liz Mangelsdorf

I am a daughter, sister, wife and mother. My 2 kids who keep me busy remind me everyday not to take life too seriously. I try to live in the moment as much as possible as nothing speeds up the hands of time like having kids! My husband is an avid golfer, a hands on dad and my perfect partner. I can be a workaholic. I embrace technology, but am still married to my hand written calendar. I am a big sports fan and my greatest vice are magazines (can't leave the grocery store without one!)

Making Easy Holiday Fudge with Your Kids
December 11, 2016 – 8:00 am | One Comment
Making Easy Holiday Fudge with Your Kids

Kids in the Kitchen: Easy Holiday Fudge
The winter break is such a great time to reconnect with your kids on a one to one basis. Mia loves to help in the kitchen and making this …

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Dirt Pudding: Fun Kids Treat
October 3, 2016 – 2:18 pm | No Comment
Dirt Pudding: Fun Kids Treat

Kid friendly treat that kids
will love to help make
 
The Letter “D” week at preschool equals studying and learning about dinosaurs, dogs, and dirt. Dirt pudding that is, the perfect special snack for letter D week!

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Back-to-School Plan for your Tween
August 5, 2016 – 11:05 am | No Comment
Back-to-School Plan for your Tween

Yikes! Summer is Almost Over! Here are some tips for a Back-to-School Plan for Your Tween

 
Returning to school need not be stressful. I’ve developed an easy back to school plan for you and your tween. …

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Helping Your Child Transition to Preschool
July 18, 2016 – 1:26 pm | No Comment
Helping Your Child Transition to Preschool

How to Make Easier for Your Child to Transition to Preschool
Is it just us or is summer flying by?! Before you know it, stores will line their shelves with pencils, binders, paper and all kinds …

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How to Minimize Back Talk
June 2, 2016 – 8:07 am | No Comment
How to Minimize Back Talk

3 Simple Ways to Minimize Back Talk
As parents we dream of the days when our children will take their first steps, say their first words and become more independent. While we love to celebrate milestones …

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