1// At top, is easiest dish you will ever make, and yet it is so delicious that your family will devour it in one sitting. I made it for breakfast on Saturday morning for the kids. It is your classic Monkey Bread recipe. I have a story behind that Bundt pan, but I’ll save it for another time. (I used Pioneer Woman's recipe)
2// Next up is my niece, Kaylie, who is staying with us this month. She said this would end up being a bookmark. I’m curious to see the end result.
3// My baby girl. She is beautiful, even with crumbs on her face.
4// This was a science experiment that I let the older kids conduct. It shows what happens as a cloud becomes heavy with water. It was a simple experiment that required items that I already had around the house. If you want to let your kids do this as well, here is what you need: clear glass, shaving cream, food coloring, and water. Just fill the glass 3/4 full of water, put a thin layer of shaving cream (not gel) on top of the water. Then add a few drops of food coloring on top of the shaving cream. It should begin to “rain”.
5// Speaking of rain, the weather here has done nothing but rain for the last month. As in, record breaking rain. Our yard is turning into a swamp, and my plants are dying. I try to let the kids play outside in between the rain, but it usually doesn’t last for long. This picture is of Rori after she threw a colossal fit because her older brother went outside into the rain without her.
I wonder if Seattle lawns are always muddy or slushy?
Any way, our weekend was low key as usual. How was the weekend in your neck of the woods?
Linking up with Mary Beth today! Check her out for some amazing photos.