Tupperware dating ideas
What a great recipe to make before you snuggle up as a family while watching a Christmas movie.
You can make this by using items that you may already have in your home and allow the kids to be involved as a family activity.
In sparkly black heels and a rayon dress covered in bright purple swirls, Suchan looks like she belongs on the Studio 54 stage instead of in a beige bathroom.
It’s election night and in just ten minutes, she’s transformed into Aunt Barbara — the foul-mouthed, booze-loving retro housewife who for seven years was the top personal seller of Tupperware in North America.
Just don’t forget to dole out tickets, which the kids can redeem for cool prizes — the dollar store is a great place to get them.
Note: Sliding like this is fun and safe for supervised young children, but it is not meant for adults and teens. Have your grandchildren walk under the water stream, and lower it for each new pass.
Whether your teen sleeps until the last possible second or spends hours doing makeup in the bathroom, there’s not a lot of extra time in the morning for a nutritious breakfast. Eating a healthy breakfast is linked to better academic results and athletic performance.
You’ll need a few supplies, bathing suits, and, of course, lots of water. Cool pools: Pick up three inexpensive plastic baby pools and fill them with water. Fill one with lots of bubbles from a bottle of kid-friendly bubble bath.
Throw all kinds of containers (funnels, spray bottles, Tupperware, and other unbreakable, water-friendly items) into another, and the kids can use them to pour water on one another.