DIY Fruit Popsicles


With Memorial Day right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to introduce you to a new friend, Sarah, and have her share a great recipe for this weekend!  Sarah is an adorable mama to two and has some awesome DIY ideas...like this fruit popsicles!  Take it away Sarah!

diy-popsicles-schue Hi, I'm Sarah and I write a blog called A Girl In Transit. I've been a fan of Natasha's blog for a while now. My son, Sean, is only a day younger than Ethan so it's neat watching them reach the same milestones around the same time. Thank you so much Natasha for letting me come and share a little bit of what my family loves with your readers! 

With Summer approaching, creating fun ways to stay cool starts to flood pinterest. I stumbled across THIS pin on how to make these lovely DIY popsicles. I ordered THESE pop molds and picked a day to make ice pops with my toddler. My daughter, Samantha who is 2 years old, is in that "helping" stage so I knew she'd love helping me makes these pops... oh, and eating them...and making a crazy sticky mess too of course.  Sean is teething so these pops were perfect for those poor little gums to get some relief. This season I'm going through with my kids is a lot of work, but the joy that comes along with it overflows in me. Watching my daughter be so happy to do something as simple as cutting shapes out of watermelon, or that wild excited look in my son's eyes when he gets his first taste of the popsicle gives that heavy, loving joy and thankfulness in my heart. I don't want to let go of these sweet moments with my kids. I'm thankful I have my blog to always help me remember, because with how fast time is flying by it's really easy to forget these little moments in time. Below are some pictures on making your own easy DIY popsicles. Thanks again for letting me visit Natasha! 

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Thanks to Sarah for being here today!

xo natasha

23 comments :

  1. süperrrrr bayıldım teşekkürler

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  2. Love it! Such cute photos too... I can't wait for the day to have a "little helper" in the kitchen, I mean she already insists on me holding her while I cook dinner one handed - might as well get her to work! (kidding)

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    1. The dinner "helping" is a love hate thing. It's adorable and it kind of teaches them basic things in the kitchen, but on the other hand you are rushing to make dinner while this insistant toddler (who is hungry and impatient) tends to slow down the dinner making process lol!

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  3. These are so pretty! I bet this would be a great sneaky way to get my son to eat fruit! Thanks Sarah!

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  4. I'm going to have to try making these! Thanks for sharing : )

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  5. Yum these sounds so good and easy to do!

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  6. Thank you Natasha!!!! You are such a sweet mama and I can never get enough of Ethan's cuteness =)

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  7. those look awesome and easy -- I definitely need to try this! xo

    http://allthingsprettyandlittle.blogspot.com/

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  8. These look like something that we can attempt!!! Thanks for sharing, Sarah!

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  9. These look so easy + yummy!

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  10. Oh I saw these on her instagram. Amazing! Thanks for sharing Sarah!

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  11. Your pictures are so cute! I can't wait to try these with my kids!

    LOVE your blog, too. So happy I found it ;)

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    1. Thanks!!! I'm glad I found yours too. <3

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  13. These look delicious! I always need something sweet to complete my day I will have to try these! Love that your daughter is rocking a cape! :)

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    1. She INSISTS on wearing that cape every day lol she's pretty cute about ;)

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  14. Will definitely be making tons of these with the kiddies! It's a great way to eat healthy and spend some quality family time with your little ones. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Those look so good! And really pretty! Thanks, Sarah and what beautiful babies you have!

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  16. I immediately went to amazon and put those popsicles in my cart! these look so delicious! we spend way too much money going and buying popsicles from a place nearby, so i feel a little more confident now to make our own! thanks girl!

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  17. Those look absolutely delicious! I want to make some!

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  18. Yum! These look delicious and so refreshing!

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