Not sure what to do this weekend? Do you live close to one of the 394 National Parks in the United States? These are the entrance fee-free dates for the U.S. National Parks in 2013! What does this mean? It means you and the family can free admission into one of the many parks. There […]
We are so excited to get to be one of the first to see the new TOMS Spring Shoe Collection. Just recently TOMS debuted their TOMS Ballet Flats as part of the TOMS Spring Collection! The Toms Ballet Flat Shoes are causing quite a bit of commotion in the fashion industry. Major fashion houses and […]
Over 100 art museums across North America will offer free or reduced admission, special programs, or other initiatives as part of their celebrations of Art Museum Day on May 18, 2011. These museums—all members of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), and located across the United States, Canada, and Mexico—include smaller regional museums as […]
Today, May 6 has been deemed Lawn Pesticide Awareness Day. You are probably wondering why you should care about this but if you or your children spend any time outdoors you are coming in contact with these chemicals. Spring hitting full swing and weeds are starting to pop up all over the place. Will you […]
Every year we have a Green Markets that opens near us from October to early May. The first few years we did not go but one early Sunday morning the kids and I ventured out. What a fun trip we had and honestly this year we have gone more than ever! The GreenMarket is full […]
We recently went to Epcot to see the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. The park was filled with Disney character topiaries, many kinds of flowers, gardens, live music and special garden presentations. The festival is held from March 2 to May 15, 2011 so there is still time to see it. Epcot was filled […]
One of the biggest headlines this morning following the Royal Wedding is “The Unhappiest person at the Royal Wedding” and it shows a picture of the flower girl on the balcony while William and Catherine kiss. The flower girl has a very grumpy look on her face probably from how loud the cheering was. My […]
This past weekend we went for a little road trip in the Southeastern US and suddenly drove into a cloud of lovebugs. I had to find out more about these bugs and I discovered that they are most popular from the late spring and then regroup again in late summer. It is important to note […]
Its Easter and the kids still have not had craft overload. Luckily for me, grandma has one last idea up her sleeve. Lets make a sock bunny – she says! She then brings this big pile or socks over who have lost their match (most likely because the dryer ate it). So here we go […]
Happy Easter from all of us at Shopaholic Mommy! We hope you have a wonderful Sunday !
If you are still not sure what to make for Easter here are some classics and remember to check our Food section for more suggestions!
Recipe for Creamy Deviled Eggs a classic and always a favorite
Recipe for a Baked Ham