Tag: Family Fun

New Year's Eve
Family, Food, What's New

New Year’s Eve Feast at Home

Feast at home this New Year’s Eve! You don’t have to go out for an amazing night. I’m sharing my tips and recipes for a fun and easy celebration. You’ll be inspired to have a night in this New Year’s Eve.

Monkey Bread
Family, Food, What's New

Monkey Bread Quick & Easy

This holiday season, make some tasty treats in the kitchen. It’s the perfect time to make memories in the kitchen with your kids or grandchildren. How about something that’s quick, easy, and that kids love? Bridgford Foods Monkey Bread is perfect to make with kids. It’s done in a flash, and kids love it!

Family, What's New

It’s a Giveaway! And Other News Along with Easter Pics

If you don’t follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you should! I’m having a giveaway each week, all month-long on there. Here’s my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefeatherednester/ and my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/houseon3rd/ Why I’m Having a Giveaway April marks the first anniversary of thefeatherednester.com. Since I post food/ home decor/travel/ style pics on Instagram and […]

Family, What's New

And a Very Happy New Year to You!

Happy New Year!! It’s been a great week since Christmas. I’ve been posting pretty regularly on Instagram (LINK) and Facebook (LINK), but its time for a blog update. Christmas Day On Christmas we had our girls, their guys, and the grandkids over. This year we had a plan.  We had […]

Christmas Dinner
Family, What's New

Have Yourselves A Merry Little Christmas!

I wanted to jump on here and wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. Before I know it, it’s going to be fun and chaotic. So, I’m enjoying my coffee and solitude while I can.   One of my favorite Christmas decorations is this cute Nativity Scene that I got from […]

Christmas
Food, What's New

Almost Christmas! Sharing My Menu and Recipes

From 2017: Friends, I can’t believe it’s almost Christmas! I love all the excitement leading up to Christmas…listing to holiday music, setting up the Christmas Tree, Santa Claus, buying and wrapping gifts, and being thankful for all my blessings. Then, on Christmas night or the next day, I am so sad […]