No Need For The Sunday Paper

photo via No Time For Flashcards

Happy Sunday to you all! Here are this weeks links! Oh, but before the links, don't forget that tomorrow is Muffin Tin Monday! The theme this week is Letters of the Alphabet. Feel free to take this theme and run with it anyway your hearts desire. Do just one letter, do a series, or even spell out a word with your foods! It's up to you! Hopefully tomorrow, Mr. Linky will be behaving himself. There are quite a few blog carnivals and link ups, so that could be the reason!

Now, where were we? Oh yes! The Sunday links!!

Parent Hacks: Use a sticky backed index card (yes, Post-it makes them!) to designate the cleaning tasks for each room in your home, that way, whoever is cleaning said room has a clear list of what needs to be done! Love it!

Let's Explore: Alter a cork coaster using painters tape and acrillic paints. This craft is so simple a preschooler could do it and yet chic enough, parents will want to make them too!

No Time For Flashcards: Unleash your child's inner Barista with this clever coffee inspired dramatic play idea from Allie....Makes me want a cup o' joe right now!

Wee Toes and Noggins: Wendy is giving away an absolutely gorgeous hand knitted scarflet to participate in Sew Mama Sew's May Giveaway Day as well as to raise awareness for the local Start! Heart Walk in her area! The winner is chosen June 1st, so there's still time to head over there and enter to win it.


No Scripture today...

My heart yearns for you to go and open up your bibles and just start reading. The Psalms are a great place to get refreshed.


  1. What great ideas, Michelle! I'm going to be all over the cleaning tip. My dh will laugh at the sticky notes on all the doors....I sure hope I work on removing them so they don't become a permanent part of our doors. :o)

  2. I always did like muffin pans and have my grandmother's from the 1930's. Check out http://www.teatimesconsultants.blogspot.com


  3. I have always enjoyed muffin pans. My grandmother gave me her tin pan from the 1930's. It is a treasure. check out: