Last week, I visited Emily at Samford University. She is loving being a senior there and has big plans for this year. To make those plans, she and her room mates made a “Senior Bucket List” and pinned it to the fridge.
The list was fun to read and, at the same time, a kick in the gut. Time just skips away from us. I need to make moments happen with my girls, but it takes really careful planning because they are in college and living in different cities. I realized that I needed a bucket list to make sure I captured some moments with my kids. So I took a stab at this one and a Mother-Son Bucket List.
These days, the mother-daughter moments require a little more planning for every mom–we are so much busier. So, I am on it. Here is my mother-daughter bucket list. It’s a list with no age limit and no deadline. Personalize it to fit your own interests and your girls’ ages. Just remember: It’s not about how many items you cross off, but rather that you complete them together. So get to it!
Mother-Daughter Bucket List
Add to this list…Tell me what’s on your mother/daughter bucket list?
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|Posted On: October 23, 2013 Love This, Parenting||48 Comments|
Mmm… Lasagna. But wait, it’s healthy too! A little zucchini is included. And, of course, my favorite part: three kinds of cheese. Add a tossed salad on the side and you are good to go! A Healthy Lasagna Dinner – Mangiare!
|Posted On: January 15, 2015 Sunday Suppers||Leave a comment|
Does your outdoor thermometer have icicles hanging on it? Or are you just ready for a little taste of the tropics in January? Either way, we have a recipe with that island feel for the whole family. Try our coconut-coated, Kid-Friendly Chicken Fingers Dinner served with Mashed Potatoes and Roasted Vegetables. The kids will also love the finger lickin’, Garlic Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce. And it’s gluten free! But you can use regular breadcrumbs, if you prefer.
1. Why is it important to help each other as a family?
2. When was the last time you helped someone without being asked?
3. Who is the most helpful person you know?
|Posted On: January 08, 2015 Sunday Suppers||Leave a comment|
So you are ready for dinner, but you are feeling a little Italian…and a little Mexican? No need to worry. Jackie Brown, from Mom on a Mission, joins the best of both worlds — Quick Chicken Enchilada Spaghetti. Spinach bites provide a yummy and different side dish. And the Peppermint Cookies add a refreshing after-dinner touch of mint.
|Posted On: January 01, 2015 Sunday Suppers||Leave a comment|