Saturday, July 24, 2010

Blogosphere Bits: French Bread and Family Traditions

On this Saturday morning, I'm heading out the door to go blueberry picking and visit the farmer's market, but I wanted to leave you with a few of the great posts that I read this week:

I absolutely loved the ideas in this post about creating fun family traditions by Kat (guest posting on Steady Mom). In our family, I want to create unique traditions that we can look back on. A pajama run to Sonic? Sounds like a winner to me. I'd love to hear you share fun/quirky family traditions that you have...

French Bread is pretty high on the list of things I like. Homemade French bread? I'm sure it melts in your mouth! How To Make Homemade French Bread by Jen at Balancing Beauty & Bedlam even has a vlog tutorial.

With that, I must be off. Visit Saturday Stumbles at ItsCome2This and My Faves at It's A Blog Party for some good reading. :)

Have a great weekend!



  1. Blueberry Picking & Farmer's Markets - sounds like my kind of morning!! I can't get the "fun traditions" post to open - I'm not sure. But I'll keep trying it, sounds like one not to miss! Have a fun weekend!

  2. Are pancakes on the menu? We just tried the banana buttermilk ones. Definitely good! :) My family requested adding chocolate chips, which of course made them even better.

    Hope you enjoy your company -- and the blueberries!

  3. I've tried several French bread recipes without much luck, I'll go read that post!

    Sunday evenings here are homemade pizza & movie our PJs. We start making the pizzas (we each have our own) about 4, so at about 3 we straighten up the house and all get into our PJs. The kids love it!

  4. Blueberry picking and the farmers market? Sounds like some wonderful traditions to me!

    Thanks for the link love Alicia!

  5. @Audrey: I'm so glad you tried the pancakes. And of course chocolate chips would make them better. :) Yum.

    @Tricia: What a fun idea! I think we'll do this when Squishy is old enough to appreciate it. Sounds like a good picture taking opportunity to me!


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