Winter’s Play

As January comes to an end, I can’t help but wonder where the first month of the new year has gone. The Stavish boys have been busy enjoying the first snow fall, a fun trip to the lego store, outings out around town, and then a whooping of a blizzard. These everyday moments and out of ordinary events that fill their brains with new experiences that I have the pleasure of witnessing and guiding them through. Guidance may come in the form of rescuing the smallest out of waist deep snow by the mail box or picking up more tiny red legos than I care to admit.

Years down the road I want to look back and remember these small moments.
Little boy giggles, while they wrestleScreen Shot 2016-01-30 at 5.53.27 PMThe last few months snuggled in his cribScreen Shot 2016-01-30 at 5.53.57 PMHis smile as he felt the snowflakes on his cheeksScreen Shot 2016-01-30 at 5.56.14 PMThose tiny spiderman boots stomping through the mountains of snowScreen Shot 2016-01-30 at 6.00.21 PMThe content look on his face as he hammered the hell out of anything in his wayScreen Shot 2016-01-30 at 5.53.44 PMThe red hat he wore all winter long, never actually covering his ears. That just wasn’t his style.Screen Shot 2016-01-30 at 6.01.41 PMA long nap after a morning of playScreen Shot 2016-01-30 at 5.54.11 PMA ride in the snow

Family Game Day Progresso Chili Recipes

Football and chili on a cold winter night is the best way to spend a Sunday evening. If your team is down, trying out one of the many game day chili recipes is the easiest way to make halftime better than the game. With NFL playoffs in full swing, there is a whole lot of football left to enjoy. Although the Stavish boys have a pretty short attention span when it comes to sitting down to watch an entire game, they sure do love helping me any one of their favorite Progresso chili dishes.Progresso Chili Game Day RecipesProgresso has recently introduced three delicious chili flavors, Smokehouse Pork and Beef with Beans, Southwest Style White Chicken Chili with Beans, and a meatless option, Roasted Vegetable Chili with 3 Beans. This past Sunday during the playoff games, we enjoyed Build-Your-Own Chili Cheese Burritos, using Progresso’s Smokehouse Pork and Beef Chili with Beans as the key ingredient. This simple and quick chili recipe is easy to adapt and perfect for a lazy day watching football.Chili Cheese Burritos1. Prepare all ingredients for the burritos. The possibilities are endless here! Progresso Chili Ingredients 2. Heat up chili and then create your burrito.Progresso Chili_-6Progresso Chili Burrito 3. Serve with homemade cornbread and a vegetable.

Build-It-Yourself Chili Cheese Burritos
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 bag your choice of Progresso Chili
  2. Tortillas (burrito size)
  3. 1 cup corn
  4. 1/2 cup chopped bacon
  5. 1/2 cup diced onion
  6. 1/2 cup diced avocado
  7. 1/2 cup salsa
  8. 1/2 cup sour cream
Instructions
  1. Heat the chili according to the package directions.
  2. Prep all ingredients and place in to separate dishes to create a build-your-own set up.
  3. Serve and watch your family create their own burrito creations!
Notes
  1. Great tip: Have each family member name their burrito creation. Do tastes tests and choose who made the most delicious combination!
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Catch the Moment Week 50 & 51

One more week too go off this project for the year!! I’m excited that this year is almost over. It’s been a rough one all around. Sadly these past few months I have relied a ton on my camera phone to get a photo in. There have been some days where I just didn’t feel like picking up my beloved Nikon. These past two weeks have been no different, but that’s okay. At least the moment was captured and that’s what this project is all about. It’s about being able to reflect on your year with one photo a day. So here goes…

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Catch the Moment: Week 49

After falling behind for two entire months with this year, I’m determined to stay on top of the rest of the month.  I would love to finish the entire month with nothing but DSLR photos, yet it seems I already failed at that.  Such is life!  

This is the week the Christmas decorations started going up and mommy went to California.
This boy is getting much too big for his own good.Catch the Moment 335-365Officially the first Christmas light bokeh of the season.Catch the Moment 336-365Yes it’s December and some trees still have leaves on them. Bizzare but I love it.Catch the Moment 337-365Flying over the Rockies…amazing view!Catch the Moment 338-365Delicious BBQ sauce from California- this was literally the only photo I took all day.Catch the Moment 339-365The sights of California were breath taking. I just loved San Fransisco. This is the view from Pier 39, overlooking the Bay Bridge.Catch the Moment 340-365The Grinch is hands down one of my favorite animated Christmas shows.Catch the Moment 341-365Homework time for the big first graderCatch the Moment 342-365Noah couldn’t resist opening all the doors on our advent calendar first thing in the morning. Sorry buddy, no candy in there yet!Catch the Moment 343-365

Have you put up your Christmas tree yet?