Christian Traditions, Recipes, Seasons greetings

4 Easy Easter Food Ideas|Recipes for Kids

Easter is coming! You can really tell it’s almost here—spring’s in full bloom, Easter bunnies and toys on store racks, and Easter eggs in the neighborhood bakery. With just a few days left, it’s time to start thinking about things to do around Easter day. But, before you start stressing out about having the perfect… Continue reading 4 Easy Easter Food Ideas|Recipes for Kids

Parenthood, Reviews

Mother Sparsh 99% Water Wipes [Review]

Happy 2019! Surprisingly, no resolutions yet on the personal front, but boy do I really want to dedicate more time to The Grace Log. 😀 I want to share a detailed review of the water wipes I’ve been using for Zoe, that’s recently launched a NEW variant: the 99% water wipes. Before I post this… Continue reading Mother Sparsh 99% Water Wipes [Review]

Sapad Stuff, Seasons greetings

Christmas Dessert – No-bake Biscuit Cake & Reindeer Cookies

Come Christmas month, I plan to do a zillion things in the spirit of the season and then fail. But this time I got around to actually making a cake. I wasn't really in the mood to do a lot of kitchen work and this is the outcome of that feeling - An easy no… Continue reading Christmas Dessert – No-bake Biscuit Cake & Reindeer Cookies

AZ, Meal Planning

6 Thumb Rules On Meal Planning For Kids

I've found that having a weekly menu set, saves me a ton of time, which can be used in doing other stuff and hence this is my Sunday evening ritual, just after we finish our grocery shipping. I start out by making combinations for the adult lunches and then work around breakfast and dinner based on that. Adult meal planning is quite easy if you ask me. Add a vegetable curry, gravy, rice(on most days) + protein and that's it. Breakfast is a different cereal - If it's rice for lunch then its millets/ wheat for the other two. Salads for adults end up in 'the kid's snack box, and so everything kitchen related is planned in advance.