Sugar Aunts: Contact Us

Interested in contacting us? Send us a message! We love to hear from you. Questions, Comments, and Inquiries are always welcome.  Interested in a guest post from us, collaboration on a project, or product review?  Let us know!

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and follow along on Pinterest for lots of great ideas...

We are three sisters who have great ideas to share.  Together we make up Sugar Aunts...Hope you enjoy!


Colleen is the oldest sister who has three children, she is an Occupational Therapist now stay-at-home-mom who loves to do crafts, bake, and is a great party planner

   Leanne is a mom of two, full time nurse who loves baking and do-it-yourself projects.

Erin is a first time mom who is a full-time teacher with lots of creative ideas.


  1. Hi!
    I just read your comment about joining the pinterest group, but I couldn't find it. I'd love to join in! Can you send me the link?
    I'm on pinterest - can you find me on there & I'll follow it?

    Becky @

    1. Sure!
      Let us know if you are having any problems. If this link doesn't work for you, you can also click on our Pinterest button at the top of our page and look at our boards. The Share It Saturday Board should be visible from there. Hope that helps!

  2. I love following your blog and I have nominated it for a Liebster Award. Here is the link:

  3. Hi. I couldn't find a way to comment on your blog post, but wanted to thank you for stopping by and sharing over at Littles Learning Link Up. Your Honey Peanut Butter Rice Krispies Treats looks so good and so much healthier than adding butter and marshmallow. I am going to have to make it one of our Kids and a Mom in the Kitchen recipes. I did also want to let you know, for future reference, that I also have a Kids and a Mom in the Kitchen weekly link up that goes live on Friday (or sometimes Saturday if I get too busy).
    I hope you will stop by again to share, on either linky. Have a great evening.

  4. I just wanted to add, that I enjoyed all the posts you linked up. Thanks for stopping by.

  5. I have only seen the post about regrouping and I would like to ask how teaching kids a trick helps them to better understand math? I assure you they do not and they are terrible for kids. Instead, how about using concrete representations of the math or a tool that a child chooses to build on their understanding. This is what is wrong with math. People that don't understand it trying to teach it. Our poor kids.


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