Fill your water table or bin with some water, then squirt a whole lot of shaving cream into the water. Give your child some cars and let them wash the cars in the shaving cream. FYI: the shaving cream can irritate eyes.
A great recipe for cleaning car upholstery: Combine 6 tablespoons soap flakes (from a bar of Fels Naptha or Linda's soap found in the laundry aisle) with 2 tablespoons Borax--add 1 pint boiling water until ingredients dissolve. Let cool, then whip until a 'foam' is created. You can then brush it directly onto the fabric and wipe away with a damp sponge or cloth.
Irish car bomb brownies Not the most beautiful pic but you get the idea. Ok. It's a multistep process. For the brownie, I used pilsbury fudge brownie mix and just replaced the water with about 1/3 cup of Guinness. Follow remaining steps on box, or if you have your own brownie recipe you can use that, just substitute your main liquid with the Guinness. The ganache is: 8 oz milk chocolate chips 2 tablespoons butter 2/3 cup heavy whipping cream 3 oz or 2 shots Jameson Irish Whiskey Mix…
A dog’s life on the open road: It’s one of their favourite pastimes, and we love watching them do it. Hence a new book dedicated to dogs hanging out of car windows. Zooming down the motorway, five-year-old Charlee the shih tzu loves nothing more than to stick his nose out of the window and let the wind whip through his fur. But let’s be honest: it’s us, a nation obsessed with dogs – dogs in jumpers, dogs in water, dogs shaking themselves dry – who take most delight in it.