1. These air fryer tortilla chips looks incredible.
2. Max is so into reading right now and it makes me super happy. Right now he loves the puppy place series and it’s so cute! I’m reading this book that was sent to me by a reader and it is so good!
3. How vodka sauce became a celeb in the kitchen.
4. Jordan will only eat his yogurt pouches if Emilia opens them which is equally adorable and frustrating. He walks around yelling “Emilia!” and shaking them in her face, haha.
5. Three rules to keep the kitchen organized.
6. TV things!! I watched Beef and LOVED it. Also started The Last Thing He Told Me and thought it was super well done so far.
7. And how to stay on top of kitchen clutter.
8. Speaking of, the kitchen at the end of the day with three kids is wild. Last night as I was cleaning up I realized that it looked like someone turned the toasted upside down and dumped it all over the floor… everywhere. So.many.crumbs. I have this little stick vac which helps me keep my sanity.
9. I am obsessed with getting a big picnic basket this year. Do we go on picnics? Not really. But I’d like to start.
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Ha! I can totally relate to #9. In my fantasy life, we would go on lots of picnics! (If you do find a good picnic basket, let us know! :))
My daughter also loves the Puppy Place series books and we just realized they have a show on Apple+ TV- it’s adorable!
I was obsessed with picnics and wanted a beautiful picnic basket for ever. I apparently never shared this obsession with my husband, bought one from either Pottery Barn or Williams Sonoma one day and came home all excited
My husband told me he hates picnics and hates eating outside 🤣
I immediately returned but I’m absolutely behind your picnic dreams and can’t wait for the photos!
How does that vacuum work overall? I am looking for a new stick vac for that exact reason. Have always wanted a picnic basket, but same, maybe that’s what the world needs, more picnics.
i love it!! but it’s def best for tiny things like crumbs and what not. i only use it on the bare floors, not carpet. i use it daily!
I hope you find an amazing picnic basket. when my daughter was little(kindy-3rd grade) , we picnicked each week at a local park with school friends so the kids could be in touch over the summer. I kept a basket filled, not with food, but with all the basics (plates, napkins, cutlery etc) in my trunk at all times for about 3 years because we did this so regularly. *side note to this: we picked a day of the week that all the families felt worked most of the time and then rotated bringing drinks, food, desserts to share potluck style. parents got to visit and know each other and the kids played, biked, rode scooters..
Beef was amazing and i agree about The Last Thing He Told Her
I love the book last thing he told her and am glad to hear it is being done well. I’m going to have to check it out.