… • Preheat oven 400. • Mix all ingredients together well. • Drop spoonfuls of dough on a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. • Bake for 15 minutes. • Sprinkle some cinnamon sugar on top (optional). • Serve with cinnamon honey butter (spreadable butter or margarine, honey, and cinnamon) • Enjoy!
Dressing up as a family for Halloween is one of my favorite things to do. I am trying to fully enjoy it while my son is young and will go along with my ideas. I know he will prefer to choose his own costume in a few years. I am sharing five family Halloween costume ideas and where to get the items. … One of our favorite movies is The Greatest Showman. I knew we could easily replicate a similar look as Zenya and Hugh Jackman’s characters in the movie. We chose to have Turner be an animal from the circus.
All of us girls have to do it. And we all hate doing it. Even those of us who do this for a living hate doing it. What is “IT,” you ask? It is the trip to your friendly gynecologist. But it can be a little less stressful if you try to see the funny side of it all. We want to share some tips, tricks, and general observations to get you through this trying time.
Developing good brushing habits at an early age is important for your child's dental health and overall health. To give your child a healthy start, take time to have them brush their teeth twice a day. The best times to brush are after breakfast and at night before bed. Kids are usually ready to brush on their own by age seven or eight.
… • Smear a pea-sized amount of fluoridated toothpaste on your toothbrush (not a lot; just a dot.) • Use a timer and brush for at least two minutes. • Start with the outer surfaces of your teeth and the gums around the teeth.
As those of us who have had children know, pregnancy can be hard! So, can you imagine putting your body through that discomfort, the risks, and the hormonal see-saw required to carry a child for a couple you do not know? That is what it means, most times, to be a surrogate. … In recent years, it has become much more common to hear of people, including celebrities, who have become parents through surrogacy.
Franks-Phillips … Reagan Franks and Zackaire Phillips both of Texarkana, Arkansas, were united in marriage on January 22,2022, at The Granduer House in Little Rock, Arkansas. Parents of the couple are Joie and Andy Franks of Texarkana, Arkansas. The couple resides in Jonesboro, Arkansas. … Giffin-Humphrey … Casey and DeAnn Reed of Texarkana, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alexis Giffin, to Wesley Humphrey of Texarkana, Texas. Wesley is the son of Kara and John Humphrey of Texarkana, Texas.
Scrub Style … I am so grateful for our medical professionals who go above and beyond to serve us each day. They do a great job of taking care of us when we need it the most. Their hours are long and tiring, which means being comfortable is essential. I am sharing my most chic scrub-style finds to help our medical professionals look good on the job! … It seems like clinics and hospitals are always cold, regardless of the season. A light jacket is a perfect item to keep on hand at all times to stay warm. I have this natural and tan one, and it has great pockets, plus a cozy sherpa fabric!
Today’s 10,000 … “I’m not walking at the mall.” … My walking buddy’s tone made it clear that no argument could convince her otherwise. Heeding the advice to strive for 10,000 steps every day, our intrepid group had been walking every morning since February when the June heat shut us down completely. It was just too hot. I had brought up the idea of walking at the mall, and she had shut that down, too. … Eventually, my need for my daily steps drove me to announce to the group that I would be walking at Central Mall the next day, and anyone who wanted to join me was welcome.
Wearing striped pajamas, laying on a bed of wooden slats, a 13-year-old orphan girl named Alexandra wished for death. Considering the many ways she might achieve the desired result, she whispered a prayer asking God to let her die when she says God answered her, almost audibly saying, “I need you to love my people.” It was at that moment that a defeated child living in a Nazi concentration camp had her heart miraculously move from a place of devastation to one of determination.
Not many people know, but 1960 marks the year that the world was blessed with a little boy named Oree Bradley. He was the fourth of six children, and they lived outside the city limits of Emerson, Arkansas. The Bradley family lived so far out of the city limits that when Oree started school in 1965, the school bus would not come down his country road because the condition of that road was so bad. To get to school, Oree and his siblings would walk almost a mile down a trail that intersected with a more bus-friendly road. There, the Bradley children would board the bus and go to school.