Since my son loves popsicles and ice pops during the summer months, the Zipzicles concept caught my eye immediately.
Zipzicles are tall, thin plastic bags that you use to make your own homemade ice pops. Each bag holds about 1/3 cup of liquid. You fill the bags with a funnel or kitchen baster and then freeze them upright using a tall kitchen glass to keep them from tipping over. [click to continue…]
Those little juice boxes and juice packets are, in my not-so-humble opinion, one of the coolest products ever created. No more buying little cartons of warmish milk at school, no more lugging around heavy thermoses, and no more drinking weird tasting water from the fountain.
All that you had to do is pop that little container in the lunch box and you were good to go. [click to continue…]
I’m an animal person. My husband is not by nature, but has over the years lived in a house with guinea pigs, hamsters, hermit crabs, cats, dogs, and birds. Not all at the same time, but nonetheless, he’s come over to my side, one pet at a time.
When my kids were very young, we bought them hamsters. They were handled regularly until they got friendly and became part of the family. We decided to mate them, and learned a hard lesson. [click to continue…]