My Grammie taught me how to make these homemade donuts with crescent rolls, frosting & sprinkles, so I taught my kids and they LOVED it!
Yep – we got a new pet pig! She’s a Kune Kune and her name is Piggie Smalls. Right now (because she’s still so young & tiny and it’s over 100° out here in Arizona), she’s an indoor pig who sleeps in a blanket in Bryant’s bedroom!
The kids bravely jumped off the cliffs at Grasshopper Point Swimming Hole in Sedona, Arizona. We spent the week exploring some AMAZING new spots to hike and swim!
FRIENDS, if you are looking for a super fun day trip, the Rainbow Trout Farm in Sedona is it!!!
We decided to load up the ice chest and escape the Phoenix heat for the day. A few friends joined us for a day trip to Sedona where we fished at the Sedona Rainbow Trout Farm, grilled all 18 of the fish we caught, had a picnic lunch, then swam in a nearby creek before heading home.
This social distancing thing has forced the kids to become mighty creative to keep from being bored… Brayden decided to make homemade banana bread – even though we didn’t have the proper ingredients (DID IT TURN OUT TO BE EDIBLE?!), Mikayla & Charleigh learned how to make fresh-squeezed lemonade, and we all spent some time outdoors with the animals.
We needed worms for our new garden, so we visited the Arizona Worm Farm just in time for a tour (plus a BONUS TOUR you’ve gotta see)! It was INCREDIBLE and we learned so much about worms – including breeding, their diet, how their poop (aka castings) can benefit the food we grow – composting, chickens, black fly larvae and more!