Monthly Archive: November 2015

Things Are About to get Crazy | HappilyFrazzled.com 0

Things Are About to Get Crazy…

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year… It is, it totally is and that’s what makes the crazy So Much Harder to accept. Christmas is truly my favorite holiday. I have always thought that, but since having kids, I can really declare it. I love the whole season of Christmas. In fact I wish that Thanksgiving was the first Thursday in November instead of the 4th, because once those trees go up in the mall, I’m so ready, but everybody knows that it’s not socially acceptable to start celebrating Christmas before… blah blah blah. Bring it on! Thanksgiving is...

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Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Blondies

I was looking through my photos from last fall to see if there was anything that I made or did that I might want to share here, and I came across this picture of the Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Blondies that I made for my cousin’s “Harvest Housewarming” party last October. I love these because 1. They are peanut butter, and 2. They have Reese’s Pieces, which are not only delicious, but are also a great color assortment for Fall! You can pretty much add Reese’s Pieces to any dessert to make it festive for Autumn! Sprinkle them on the...

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When Your Toddler Needs Glasses

This weekend is the 3 year anniversary of my son getting his glasses! I can’t believe it’s been 3 years. I still remember his first appointment with the ophthalmologist like it was yesterday. Today, his glasses are barely a thought in our daily life, but when we were told that our 1 year old would be prescribed glasses by his second birthday, it consumed me…for months. I decided to write this post to share our experience of having a toddler with glasses, and to let other parents know what to expect if they find themselves in a similar situation. I...

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Autumn Tree Craft

This week’s post is an easy craft project for the little guys. I did this project last fall with my son and nephew. My son was only in pre-school two days a week last year, and I watch my nephew two days as well, so on the days that both boys were home with me, we would often have to find something quiet to work on while the baby took her morning nap. A light craft project at the dining room table usually worked. I am not great at planning projects ahead. It’s usually one of those situations where the...

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