Walking Water Science Experiment

The Summer Challenge: Day 9 Not all children’s science experiments need to be complicated. Sometimes, it’s the the simplest ones that amaze them the most. We decided to learn about absorption and how water can “walk” from one cup to the next. Plus, with using the colored wate [read more]

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The Ivory Soap Experiment

The Summer Challenge: Day 2 I am always looking for new science experiments to do with Shawn and this one is super easy, and inexpensive. That’s my kind of experiment! 🙂 The Ivory Soap Experiment has no set up and only takes a couple minutes to complete. Step 1: You take a bar of Ivory [&he [read more]

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Halloween Crafts: A Spooky Fabric Ghost

Each year we try to make a couple new decorations for the house and this year we decided on these cute fabric ghosts. I have a couple that I purchased over the years but I wanted to make some of our own too. They were surprisingly easy to make too. We made 3 ghosts in […] [read more]

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Our Favorite Halloween Movies

During the month of October, we watch our favorite Halloween movies. As a parent to a young child, your television entertainment is usually kid friendly, so nothing that we watch is overly scary. I personally love to watch scary movies but I don’t usually get to watch many during our 13 Days o [read more]

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Hiya! I’m Jules and I am the Weekend Housewife… I am a graphic designer during the hours of 9-5 during the week and the rest of my time is spent being a mommy, a wife, a cook and baker, a memory keeper and photographer and a crafter.

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