What are your favorite holiday memories as a child?
Who is the first person that comes to mind when you look back on those days?
The first person I think of, and in fact remember every year around this time is my Mother. We have never had the ideal Mother/daughter life or relationship. However, I have pretty solid memories and good examples from her.
My ultimate favorite memories with her from my childhood were the holidays. She took them very seriously and, although she never involved me in the kitchen, she did made the best, most yummy dinners everyone looked forward to! She and my Dad separated almost 30 years ago and he STILL talks about her cooking!
Have you thought about what you want your child to remember about you 20 years from now?
If you can enhance the holiday spirit (as well as your parenting) and try new, creatively fun and super delish recipes AND let your littles “help” you in the process, the impact on your child will go a really long way without you even realizing!
In the post I have compiled some recipes that you can REALISTICALLY make along with your toddler! Who knows, mayne you can incorporate a couple of these into your family tradition😊 Enjoy!
Cheese Cake Factory Copycat Pumkin Cheesecake
6 Ingredient Cheesy Corn Casserole
White Chocolate Pumkin Spice Popcorn Party Mix
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This season, as we know, (and don’t always take seriously), is really just all about family. It is the ideal time of year to create special memories and, in this case, bond more with our littles while they enjoy it and learn in the process!
20 years from now, I want my daughter to remember a happy, enthusiastic, non-stressed Momma who she got to cook special goodies with. I want her to know how to set the holiday tone and have memories she can carryout with her own children in a happy home environment.
What do you want for your littles when they are no longer with you?