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It doesn’t take much to realize that joy is contagious.  When I am happy, our kids are happy.   When I am grumpy, our kids are grumpy.  When I am silly, our kids are silly… you get the idea. 

This year, I’ve partnered with Reddi-wip and we have worked hard to really #ShareTheJoy with everyone, because they understand that joy is contagious, too.    I want to encourage you to share the joy every single day.  Enjoy the little moments in your life, relish in the experiences that happen around you every day and tie it up with a whoosh of Reddi-wip (at only 15 calories, I might add two swooshes. haha)! 😉

Here are a few ways to spread joy with your family:
say hey!

1- Create great recipes.
Something about food brings family together, doesn’t it?    They say kitchens are meant to bring families together…  it is certainly where we gather!  The kids love to help me cook, but even more, they love to decorate what I cook!  A few sprinkles here, a dash of Reddi-wip there… whatever it takes to make it pretty & tasty!  Here are a few family favorites (click on the image to get the full recipe) :

Reddi-wip mini cupcakes 
Surprise candy bar cookies (these are so good) 
cookies 9

Candy Bar Mason Jar Treat …
Snickers Sundae Mason Jar Shooter #3

Pumpkie Pie Hot Treat and Pumpkin Pie Hot Chocolate


2- Share them with family & friends:
My friends/neighbors stopped by for a few of the surprise cookies!
cookies 8

The kids and I made Valentine mini Reddi-wip cupcakes on vacation.  They wanted to make them for my mom. 
cupcakes for Gi
We shared them with Mickey, too! 
cupcakes for mic!

3- Find out of the box ideas to spread joy in other ways!

In this post, I share my favorite 10 ways to find and create joy in your home… when you are joyous, so are those around you. ♥

finding joy in the home

Thanks to Reddi-wip for being an amazing partner through our journey together to share the joy!   You can find their recipes on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest.

This is sponsored content written by me on behalf of Reddi-wip. The opinions are all mine.

Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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