Hanan Webster

In 2010, Hanan went from talking about her parenting ups & downs on private forums to discussing them with literally everyone on the internet with her blog Eat.Craft.Parent - since then, she’s had the opportunity to talk about parenting, cooking, photography, marriage, crafts, faith, and so much more. She also shares her opinions on everyday products from food to baby gear, and everything in between. With four little girls all under seven, there is never a dull moment in their home. When she’s not blogging she’s chatting about parenting and life in general on Facebook and Twitter, or wasting way too much time on Pinterest.

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Why You should #ShopCartons to Save Trees this Month!

Why You should #ShopCartons to Save Trees this Month!

I know we are all busy this time of year, with summer and kids, and trying to keep our kids alive. Oh wait, is that just me?? But I wanted to share this great initiative going on this month! During the month of July, you can help donate a tree just by tweeting. The folks […]

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Social Networking Can Help Raise Money for Your Child’s Soccer Team

Social Networking Can Help Raise Money for Your Child’s Soccer Team

I know it’s still summer, but I’m so excited that we just registered the girls for soccer last week! My oldest started playing last Fall. At first she was super excited to learn to play, and did great all season. Then this last Spring she played again, and it seemed like she was not as interested in […]

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DIY Button Earrings

DIY Button Earrings

Let me ask you a question. If you have a daughter, when did you (if ever) decide to get their ears pierced? When my husband and I had our first girl, I wanted to get her ears pierced right away, as a baby. However, my husband was against it. He felt that it should ultimately […]

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How Do You Know You Are Done Having Kids? #GoodNeighbor

How Do You Know You Are Done Having Kids? #GoodNeighbor

When my husband and I first started dating, we were 19 years old. After just a few months together, he told me he wanted us to have a child together. I was madly in love with him, and the idea of starting a family. In June of 2006, we found out that we were pregnant! […]

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Make Fabric Covered Flip Flops for the Summer

Make Fabric Covered Flip Flops for the Summer

I’ve got another fun craft for you today! This time we’re tackling kids sandals. I LOVE finding inexpensive flip-flops for the summer. You know? The ones you find for a dollar at Old Navy or The Childrens Place. However, every time my girls wear them, they complain about the rubber part hurting their feet in-between their […]

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4 Ways to Encourage Independence in Your Toddler

4 Ways to Encourage Independence in Your Toddler

{This post is sponsored by VTech Baby. All thoughts after having four crazy kids, are all my own. Connect with VTech on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and on Pinterest.} My two year old thinks she’s much older than she really is. I blame that mostly on the fact that she has two older sisters, and mimics them more often than not. […]

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Fried Onion Rings with Matzo Bread

Fried Onion Rings with Matzo Bread

My aunt came to visit us back in May, and with her she brought a case of matzo bread. Not a box. A case! What on earth am I going to do with all of this, I thought. Well, I’ve been using it here and there. Sometimes I like a piece with some butter on […]

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What’s In My Diaper Bag?

What’s In My Diaper Bag?

Little Miss Everly will be three months old on Friday. What?! She’s no longer a newborn, but turning into an infant. She smiles, giggles, grabs for her toys, loves to sit up on your lap, and loves kisses! I thought it would be fun to do a little link-up post! Join the linky below with […]

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5 Reasons To Make Your Own Baby Food

5 Reasons To Make Your Own Baby Food

With my first child, I knew nothing about introducing solids, what to give her, or any of it. What can I say, I was totally clueless. Thankfully, over the years I’ve learned a lot. Mostly from researching different baby food brands, learning about baby led weaning, and of course personal experience with my children. Hands down, […]

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Strawberry Pound Cake Ice Cream Sandwich

Strawberry Pound Cake Ice Cream Sandwich

{This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SilkAlmondBlends #CollectiveBias} One of my new (to-me) favorite shows on Food Network is Kelsey’s Essentials. I just love her personality, and of course the food is always fun and delicious. Last week, we watched a dessert episode, where […]

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Science Experiments for Kids: Floating Grape

Science Experiments for Kids: Floating Grape

It’s summer time, and school’s been out for a couple of weeks now. That means now my kids are starting to get bored with you know…that basic home and park stuff. *rolls eyes* What better time than now, to break out the Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments? We got this book to review last […]

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Your Kid, and Every Kid, Is Extraordinary. Let’s Celebrate #YourExtraordinaryKid!

Your Kid, and Every Kid, Is Extraordinary. Let’s Celebrate #YourExtraordinaryKid!

Each one of my girls is amazing, but my oldest will always be “my first.” To me, she is the one of the most amazing kids I know. She’s incredibly smart, both with school and with everyday life occurrences. She’s always been able to catch on quickly, and I know how well she relates to older […]

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8 Fun & Easy DIY Patriotic (4th of July) Shirts for Girls

8 Fun & Easy DIY Patriotic (4th of July) Shirts for Girls

With having four girls now, it’s nearly impossible to find them matching shirts or dresses. Either I can find ones for the older three, but not the baby, or the younger three but not my oldest, or any other combination. That, or when I do find something they can all wear, it gets costly. So […]

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Food Safety Tips for Your Summer Gatherings #FoodSafe4th

Food Safety Tips for Your Summer Gatherings #FoodSafe4th

Because warm weather events often present an opportunity for bacteria to thrive and high temperatures cause bacteria to multiply more rapidly, the summer months typically see a spike in reports of foodborne illness and outbreaks. Something we don’t tend to think about, huh? So what can you do to keep your family safe?? When it […]

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For The Clean Shaven Man – Philips Norelco Shaver 8800 {A Dad Review}

For The Clean Shaven Man – Philips Norelco Shaver 8800 {A Dad Review}

Working in a field where I may have to don a fitted respirator in an emergency, I am required to stay clean shaven. As most men would agree, this stinks, though for me it is primarily because I am not a fan of electric razors, meaning I have to take the time to lather up […]

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Children Being Forgotten In the Car, Justified  ?

Children Being Forgotten In the Car, Justified ?

I’m not saying it’s in all the cases of children being forgotten in the car, but I’m starting to feel like I understand why MEN (aka DAD’S) have done it. As a mother, I could never fathom forgetting my girls in the car….just like I can wake up from a dead sleep with just a peep […]

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Summer Bucket List Idea: Try a New Sport

Summer Bucket List Idea: Try a New Sport

One of our summer bucket list ideas is to try a new sport. And that sport will be… Tennis! Growing up, my grandfather loved watching and playing tennis. I even remember watching my aunt play too. I learned to play a little while visiting them, but it’s been a decade since I’ve last played (which was […]

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Schools Out! Here’s Our Summer Bucket List

Schools Out! Here’s Our Summer Bucket List

School’s out for us over here, and I just HAD to share my girl’s first and last day of school photos! Now, I have a preschooler AND second grader! Man, oh man. Until school starts once again, we’re going to enjoy as much of this summer as we can. Last year, I made a bucket […]

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