Summertime is the perfect time for sitting outside on a warm evening and look at stars. Of course for my toddler, this is WAAAAAYYYY past her bedtime and as she is almost three and sporting that threenager attitude, I won’t … Continue reading Marshmallow Constellations – FREE Printables!
Anybody that has kids knows two main things about toys – they seem to multiply and can be quite expensive, which is frustrating when your kids seem to tire of them after a few hours or days. As the weather … Continue reading Pool Noodle Interlocking Discs
As spring approaches, my toddler wants to be outside more and more. This year she has noticed the birds, asking me what kind they are. This little project uses an old milk carton and can be made in a matter of … Continue reading Milk Carton Bird Feeder
I love activities that can be created with recycled items or with minimal expense. I find myself at Home Depot often for projects I do around the house, and with a little Pinterest inspiration, this easy activity only needs a … Continue reading Paint Swatch Matching Activity
My toddler is obsessed with Surprise Eggs, so I created these Easter Egg Surprises for her our of paper mache. First cut old newspapers into strips about 1″ wide and 6″ long. You’ll need about a sheet or two for … Continue reading Paper Mache Surprise Easter Eggs
My kiddos both love bath time. For Christmas, my toddler got some Crayola Bath Dropz, which she went through in just a matter of days. At $4 for a container of them, I didn’t want to keep funding this habit … Continue reading DIY Bath Color Drops