Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop 56

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Posted on Sep 29 2014 - 3:00am by Jill
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Welcome back to another edition of the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We are so happy to see you here!

Just in case you missed the blog hop last week make sure to check out the 190+ posts that were shared with all of us last week.

The Thoughtful Spot is a place to gather every week to share your family friendly posts, crafts, educational ideas, recipes, and more! Inspired by the philosophy of the Winnie the Pooh character in the classic A.A. Milne storybooks for children. Brought to you each week by Enchanted Homeschooling Mom, ABC Creative LearningWorld for LearningStir the Wonder, and Mommy Maleta.

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We hope that you will visit our neck of the magical woods every week and take a quick rest by the tree on the tree stump while you read everyone’s blog posts that they have so thoughtfully shared with all of us. The posts are presented below in no particular order except that the number one bee always gets here first because it is powered by the most “clicks.” Learn all about the hosts HERE.  
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D is for Dinosaur By: A Little Pinch of PerfectThoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop
Oven Baked Scrambled Eggs By: Ten at the TableThoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop
11 Ways to Enjoy The Night Sky By: Little Family AdventureThoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop
Grab ‘n Go Freezer Egg McMuffin Sandwiches By: Shaping Up To Be A Mom

Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog HopWelcome to the weekly Thoughtful Spot blog hop! Please make sure to link directly to your post (not your main blog page) so we can all find the thoughtful post you want to share. Each week we will select someone’s blog link up that our readers “clicked” with the most and share some of our favorite posts that were linked up both in this blog hop! Please be thoughtful and if you link up visit at least 2 other bloggers who have linked up this week. Thank you!  
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  • Thank you for hosting!

  • Thanks for featuring my Ten Apples up on Top Storybook Activitiy!

  • Thanks for hosting. I always find great projects and ideas here.

  • Thanks for featuring my E is for Dinosaur post and what a fun giveaway! Have a great day 🙂

  • Would you believe our favorite recipe to make together is actually kale chips? She loves to spray them with the kitchen sprayer, lay them out to dry, rip them in little pieces, and then shake olive oil and sea salt on them. It’s a lot of fun 🙂 I love tradition and I love my Itty Bitty – would really enjoy using this book – thanks for the opportunity to win 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Thank you for creating this hop. I look forward to the many ideas that are posted.

    I don’t think we have a favorite recipe to make as my daughter loves to help me with anything she can when we bake.

  • June S.

    We liking making sugar cookies with the kids every year, they are easy to bake and decorate for the kids too-

  • Thank you for hosting! My grandkids like to ‘help’ bake anything! I let them make their own pizzas, cookies, or brownies. Good memories!

  • My kids enjoyed helping me make blueberry pancakes, and just breakfast food. Biscuits too!

  • Thank you so much for hosting this great link up! I am happy to join for a second time!!!


  • My kids love making Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies.

  • Brynn

    She actually loves helping with cinnamon rolls 🙂

  • Audra watts

    Homemade pizza

  • Natalie

    We love making cookies especially choc chip

  • lisa

    My kids love making any kind of dessert

  • jessica edwards

    She likes to help make pancakes!

  • Beth R

    My kids love cooking anything, but their favorite would probably be rice krispy treats

  • amy tolley

    my son loves to help make pizza pockets he just loves them…. he asked the other day to make them for dinner i think i will make them for dinner tonight thanks for this chance

  • Tara

    Friday nights are family pizza/movie or game night and the whole family makes pizzas. The kids love rolling out the dough and putting on their toppins!

  • Nicki C.

    My son is only 20 months but he loves to make cookies with me, although this is pretty much eating chocolate chips and banging measuring cups.

  • Angela Skelton

    My nephew and I make chocolate chip cookies.

  • Edna Williams

    We make blueberry pancakes. Thanks!

  • Sarah

    Sugar cookies and decorating them! Always a fun time.

  • Cookies! Lately it has been homemade vanilla wafer cookies!

  • Daniel M

    chocolate chip cookies!

  • christina kunze

    no bake oatmeal chocolate cookies

  • Shannon


  • Tara O.

    My daughter loves to make and decorate cake and cupcakes with me!

  • Julie Waldron

    They like to cut pizza dough with cookie cutters to make their own little individual “pizzas”.

  • Stephanie Shipley

    My son’s favorite thing to help me make is cookies!

  • I don’t have kids, but my nieces LOVE to help me make cut out cookies! They are thrilled to get there hands on sprinkles! (:

  • tammy cordery

    mac n cheese

  • T Michelle Trump

    We love the chocolate chip cheesecake!

  • Jenn Mc

    my son likes to make homemade “smores” with graham crackers, banana and fluff

  • Karen

    My daughter loves helping with any type of baking. We love to make cookies 🙂

  • Amanda

    DS5 loves anything with lots of ingredients. His favorite part is dumping things in the bowl or pot!

  • Jayme H.

    My son’s favorite thing to help me make is cupcakes. He lines the tins with paper and we take turns wishing the batter.


  • Danielle Jones

    Our favorite recipe to make together is peanut butter balls. We love to make them around the holidays and my son now knows the recipe by heart too.

  • Gayle S

    Whenever my granddaughter is over we make her favorite cookies, Chocolate Chip. She pretty much wants to take over. She would never admit she still needs help. She is becoming quite the little baker.

  • golden storm

    my grand daughter loves to bake cakes

  • Becky

    My guys love making muffins and cookies.

  • Holly Mitkowski

    They love making pies!!

  • Kristie D.

    The kids love to make chocolate chip cookies! Yum! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  • Sandra Mason

    My grandchild’s favorite recipe to help me make is Banana nut bread.. We measure all the ingredients into 3 different bowls.. the dry ingredients, then the sugar, liquid and butter, then the pecans, sour cream and smashed bananas.. They help in every step, measuring and stirring..

  • Holly B.

    Our favorite is homemade cinnoman rolls. I have two kids who love to help from start to finish:)

  • McKnight

    Peanut butter cookies!

  • Billie Wilson

    My kids love to help me make muffins. We make all different kinds. So fun.

  • Victoria

    I love to cook and bake for Christmas with my grandkids. It also brings back so many good memories of how I baked for Christmas with my mother and grandma.

  • cut out cookies. thankyou ken

  • Shakeia Rieux

    My nieces and I like to make strawberry shortcakes,and also oatmeal cookies with walnuts

  • Lesley F

    They love to make brownies

  • Stephanie Olmsted

    Pudding or Sugar cookies