Judah has been interacting and engaging so much with his toys recently that we thought we’d introduce him to a staple of childhood fun: crayons! While it seemed like a good idea, Judah was all too eager to try and EAT the crayons. So, I came up with a more creative, crafty DIY solution: I’d make him his very own chunky toddler-sized crayons, perfect for little hands to grasp and draw with. This super-easy toddler activity is perfect for a rainy day, a lazy Sunday, or even works as a sweet homemade gift!
Here’s how you can make your own chunky toddler crayons – click on through to see the tutorial!
My friend Monique from the blog Curves and Chaos recently shared these adorable pictures of her nephew Sebastian’s first birthday party last week. He had a Toy Story themed party, and they were so cute I just had to share. In case you’re planning your own Toy Story party, click through for a few ideas to get you inspired.
When I found out I was pregnant, I was so excited to document the journey. I’ve always taken pregnancy pictures with each of my pregnancies, but this time I wanted to do something special. Chalk it up to Pinterest and its extensive pregnancy photo pins. I knew I didn’t want anything elaborate. Just something sweet and simple that would be easy to complete each month. I found the perfect little chalkboard that made it all possible. Notice how I wasn’t limited to one location with my fun and mobile chalkboard prop for my month-by-month pregnancy pictures.
Summer is in full swing, and toddlers everywhere are having fun in the sun. With proper sun protection, summer playtime is an exciting time for little ones. Take all the fun of summer and bundle it up into a fun and playful summertime birthday gift set.