One of my favorite holiday dishes is my mother’s green bean casserole. I have made a green bean casserole similar to hers for years now. However, this year, I decide to experiment with it a bit and came up with some delicious results. I hope you and your family will enjoy it too! First, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. While the oven is getting all toasty, combine your mushroom soup and milk. Drain your cans of green beans and mushrooms and pour them into a baking dish. Mix them up a bit with a spoon.
*I received product and compensation but all opinions are my own. May contain affiliate links. We love to have sleepovers here, and we are always on the lookout for something new to do when we have friends over! Since it was dark and stormy over the weekend, we thought it would be fun to test out our new Super Wubble Brite! The Super Wubble Brite is squishy and flexible, so it does not pop easily and does not hurt in case someone has it thrown at them.
Last night was my last night nursing my toddler. I never thought it would have lasted this long honestly. The first two did not even make it to six months. In fact, Crankles did not latch right, and I pumped for the first month. To be honest, I probably would have been less stressed if I would have not done it with her given the circumstances, but I did. When she finally did want to breastfeed, she nursed like a champ…for little over three years! This was not a decision I made lightly.
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