After a blogging hiatus, I am back with a mess of thoughts. In there lies a proposition —
If you want to change something, you have to first bring it out into the open.
Nothing pulls your child's party together like a theme.
Don’t be afraid of a theme! It does not have to be hokey. By-pass the pre-determined themes at the party supply store and make a theme all on your ownRead More
We all know one … that over-achieving, Pinterest-savvy parent whose contribution to the class holiday party is a Polar Express train with moving parts that she whittled out of in-season fruit.
Ain’t nobody got time for that!Read More
You may think that involving your kid in the household chores is impossible, but guest blogger Patricia Cornwell thinks differently. Read three easy ways to overcome this challenge. Of course, it won’t be easy to explain to the children why it is so essential to clean around them on a regular basis but who said being a parent is child’s play?Read More
I had planned on designing lunch notes as free printables to use in the new school year. Apparently, every other blogger thought of that, too! Then, I decided to put my PEN where my mouth is —Read More
How to inspire creative thinking in your home, including a list of some of my creative essentials. This is just the beginning! Be sure to sign up for the DahlHouse Newsletter for some more ideas.Read More
Beyond design and seeking inspiration, my most important job is "Mommy." I would like to share a "get real" approach to completing all of those mommy things that must be done. Interested? Please subscribe to receive free printables and projects.Read More
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