Posted by Lacy Stroessner
My girls have always loved sensory play. They love to explore new tastes and textures, sounds, and smells. They REALLY love anything that makes a mess. We’ve been doing Cool Whip painting for several years. It’s especially great for little ones who love to put everything in their mouths! Here’s how you can do your own Cool Whip painting at home…
Posted by Chad Carter
This past weekend, we were cleaning out a closet in the nursery when we were hit with an overwhelming case of nostalgia. Putting away old baby clothes and finding things we hadn’t used in months instantly transported us back to when Wyatt was just a few weeks old and so teeny tiny (although he was 8 lbs., 12 oz. at birth). That’s when inspiration struck and my wife decided to create a quilt to remember all
his her favorite outfits.
Thus our Outfit Quilt was born.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
A few weeks ago, I was invited to attend the sweetest farmer’s market inspired baby shower for my friend Meghan. It was so lovely that I asked the hostess, Mackenzie of Honeycomb Blog, if I could share it here at Disney Baby, and thankfully she agreed. It was such a beautiful party, but simple as well, which is always something I love. I hope you’ll enjoy it!
Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
It’s time to play with your food! Okay not literally, but finding ways to make eating fruit fun is the way to go when you are dealing with a picky toddler. Lucky for me, all of my kids devour fruit like chips, but some don’t! That said, I wanted to share some really ways to get your little one to want to clear their plate of fruit. From fruit kabobs to a choo-choo train, you will love these great DIY ideas to incorporate lots of fruit during snacktime.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
We are huge Mickey Mouse fans in our house. Harlan and Avery watch the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse nearly every morning while I am fixing them breakfast. As a Disney lover who grew up going to Walt Disney World all the time, I am a huge fan of the mouse too. That is why I fell in love with this Mickey Mouse themed birthday party thrown by Leslie Venokur of Big City Moms for her son Max’s second birthday.
With great attention to detail and adorable decorations, I couldn’t help but share this party with all of you!