A butterfly and a penguin... seriously, could these two be any cuter!? Thank you, Adalynn and Bree, for entering our Halloween Costume Contest!
You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...
Friday, October 18, 2013
We've gathered a great lineup of events for your family to enjoy this weekend. So, get out and enjoy the crisp, fall weather at one of these area events.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Congratulations to Alex Cordoza and Callen Magers! They are the winners of Today's Family magazine's Halloween Costume Contest and will be enjoying a fantastic prize package from the Louisville Zoo.
Thank you to all who sent in pictures. They were so cute, and we'll be showing them off throughout the rest of the month. So, be sure to check in right here at TodaysFamilyNow.com to see if your picture is up!
When it comes to doing anything in the kitchen, I am all about easy. And when it comes to Halloween, I am all about cute. Here are 5 very cute Halloween/Autumn treat recipes that even I would be willing to make for my family.
Hershey Kiss Acorn Treats
1 bag Hershey Kiss candies
Mini vanilla wafers
Peanut butter chips
Put icing on the bottom of the wafer. Attach Hershey kiss upside down (flat sides together). Put peanut butter chip on the top of the wafer using icing as an adhesive.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
It may be only October, but before we know it, Christmas will be here. So, to get everyone excited, we're doing 12 Giveaways of Christmas again this year!
Now let's get this party started with giveaway #1, Derby Dinner Playhouse.
One lucky winner will receive four tickets for dinner and to see Winter Wonderettes, running November 12- December 31, 2013.
Enter for your chance to win. Oh, and you might notice something a little different...
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Monday, October 14, 2013
Road Trip to Visit the Lieutenant Commander in Her New Habitat
“Can you see to drive?” my mother asked me as we pulled away from the dorm, as Amanda waved us out of sight
There must be something wrong with me, because I could. If I were a plant, I’d be an indehiscent one. I don’t cry, nor do I split open and spew seeds.
We went up for Amanda’s birthday, her grandparents’ and her sister’s first visit to her campus, for the weekend.
Being with her was great, and I was sorry to leave her, but...