If you recently seen the new Red Gold Tomatoes TV ad, then you have seen that it highlights that food brings people together. Red Gold Tomatoes is a family owned and operated business. The best part about Red Gold Tomatoes is that it only works with local family farms to grow their great tasting tomatoes to ensure that our families are getting a product that has been grown with love and care.
If you noticed the TV ad then you have seen the main dish highlighted, that would be Lasagna. Lasagna is a great family friendly dish. In fact it is one our family favorites. I don’t make it often but when I do you can bet it doesn’t last long.
Today we headed to the Weis Earth Science Museum for a spur of the moment field trip. We couldn’t make it to Neenah in time for the showing/funeral service of my husband’s uncle. My daughter had a doctor’s appointment this morning. He did make an appearance with my son to the gathering. He dropped off my daughter and I at the museum.
The museum was very interesting. It contains information about history of Wisconsin and science. It’s not very big and probably only took us 30 minutes to go through.
Welcome to a peek inside what our week was this past week. I am linking up to My Week In Review hosted by Home to 4 Kiddos.
Last weekend we finally got some packing snow. In fact it was the first time in a long time we have had packing snow. Last year we got snow but then it was to bitter cold to go out and enjoy it. So even though we didn’t feel the greatest and it was not bitter cold we all went outside to build snowmen. We had a blast. I paid for it as I ended up with a sinus infection, bronchitis and the start of pneumonia, but it was worth it to see the kids have fun.
We finished early so I wanted to find something to challenge the kids with, so I decided on giving them a 100 building block STEM challenge. The purpose of the challenge was to get them to figure out how to build a building that would not fall down.
Each one of my kids took a turn at building their own design. I tried to have them do it together but my daughter wanted to do things her way and wouldn’t compromise at all.
I started by giving them a bin full of 100 blocks of different shapes and sizes and I let them construct from there.