If you saw my post about one of my current favorite snacks, summer salad, then you already know our garden is out of control right now. We’re constantly getting tomatoes, squash, cucumbers and zucchini. There is actually a huge pile on the counter right now that I’m wondering how we’re going to eat before it all goes bad. I’ve been cooking squash, onions and zucchini together and eating it with my meals for weeks, but recently we decided to try to make zucchini bread. Confession: My husband actually made it — and it’s so, so good! I snapped a few pictures of this bread and had quite a few people ask for the recipe, so here it is.. finally!
Alright, y’all. The gingham, poms and off the shoulder had me hooked from the start. I’m obsessed. This top was another random Nordstrom find. It barely fits over the bump, but it’s working for now and can we all just say a prayer that poms and gingham will be back on trend next summer?! Let’s hope so!
Well, it’s FRIDAY!! My sweet husband arranged for his sister to come over this evening and watch our girls while we go out for a date night. I can’t remember the last time we had a night to ourselves. Let’s be real, we’re going to go to dinner and then call it a night because we’re old and sleep wins. Ahh, but just dinner alone is going to be so weird! A good weird, though.
Ever wondered what to do with all those broken crayons? Especially the little tiny pieces in the bottom of the crayon bin that not even your little toddler’s fingers can grip. Well, I’ve got a solution! And it’s not to throw them away, as tempting as that may be. I’ve got a fun little craft that even the kids can help participate in and it recycles every little broken crayon.