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- Jodi Picoult

Hey there, Mama! Here’s to Friday, where the spirits are high, and the laundry pile is low (or hidden).

Today’s Mommy scoop:

  • 💾 Digital Backup for School Papers

  • 🥦 Easy Broccoli Pasta: Quick, healthy dinner

  • 🌿 Macrame Plant Hanger

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Mom Hack

Digital Backup for School Papers

Mom Hack

To avoid the panic of losing important school documents, take a photo of them as soon as they come home, particularly those elusive papers from the "Thursday Folder."

Save these images in a designated photo album labeled "school papers."

This way, you'll always have the information handy and avoid frantic searches through drawers.

Additionally, set a calendar reminder for important dates mentioned in the documents, and share the photo album with your partner or a trusted family member, so everyone stays in the loop!

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Poll Results From 6/24

How often do you cook meals at home each week?

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Featured Response😄 

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- Community Mom

That sounds like such a great system! Balancing the cooking duties like that must make things so much easier and more fun for both of you. - Danielle 😊 

Mom’s Menu

🥦 Easy Broccoli Pasta


Serve up a nutritious and comforting meal with this Easy Broccoli Pasta, featuring a creamy, veggie-packed cheese sauce that's quick and satisfying!

Why You'll Love It

  • 🥬 Loaded with broccoli and optional spinach, making it rich in vitamins and fiber.

  • 🧀 Creamy cheddar sauce adds delicious flavor and creaminess, appealing to both kids and adults.

Ingredients 📝

  • 4 cups broccoli florets (fresh or frozen)

  • 2 cups baby spinach (optional)

  • ⅓ cup reduced-sodium broth (chicken or vegetable)

  • ⅓ cup heavy cream or milk

  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

  • 2 tablespoons butter

  • ¼ teaspoon salt (optional)

  • Pinch of garlic powder (optional)

  • 1 pound pasta (like elbow or mini shapes)

  • Optional toppings: Parmesan cheese, cracked black pepper

Instructions 👩‍🍳

  1. Boil broccoli for 4 minutes until tender.

  2. Blend cooked broccoli with spinach, broth, cream, cheddar, butter, salt, and garlic powder until smooth.

  3. Cook pasta, mix with broccoli sauce, and serve with optional Parmesan and black pepper.


Note 📌

This dish is freezer-friendly, perfect for meal prep.

For a dairy-free version, substitute with suitable alternatives.

Full recipe here.

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Daily DIY (Mom Side Hustle)

Macrame Plant Hanger with a Thrifted Vase


Elevate your home or Etsy shop with a unique DIY macrame plant hanger crafted from a thrifted vase!

  1. Gather a few vintage globe vases and faux succulents.

  2. Use basic macrame knots to create the hanger using macrame cord.

  3. Integrate the vase into your design to house the succulents.

  4. Customize your macrame pattern to add a personal touch.

This project not only decorates your home but could also be a popular item in your online store! 😊

The tutorial is here.

Mom’s Choice

Unleash your toddler's inner Picasso with these Safe Finger Paints! 🎨 

Perfect for tiny hands, these non-toxic, washable paints encourage sensory development and creative expression.

Safe Finger Paints for Toddlers

  • Safe: Non-toxic, crafted with child-safe pigments and glycerin.

  • Creative: Encourages expression and sensory development through vibrant colors.

  • Convenient: Easy to wash off skin, less worry about messes.


Parenting Pop Quiz

Which food is high in Vitamin D, important for bone health in children?
(Answer below)

A) Apples

B) Carrots

C) Salmon

D) Almonds

E) Cookies?

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