Posted by Chaunie Brusie
Well, it’s finally that time.
The epic event that is my daughter’s joint birthday party (their birthdays are only two days apart).
And nothing, of course, will do, except to have a giant Frozen party, complete with what my daughter has requested by a “Frozen Elsa costume.” I’m not so sure about the Elsa costume, but a Frozen Elsa shirt might just do the trick, along with some savvy searching that her mother has done to find some free Frozen printables.
Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
Blankets, blankets and more blankets. With a new bundle of joy, you can never have enough blankets. I suggest stocking up so you aren’t doing laundry five times a day. From dirty diapers to spitting-up, the blankets will be getting dirty. You’re going to need plenty! The other day I was looking for a baby gift for a friend and I came across this amazing quilt. While I am not THAT crafty to whip-up a quilt, I do think you can easily make your own receiving blankets and I came across a few adorable DIY tutorials along the way.
Time to get crafty, momma! Take a look a 4 DIY receiving blankets you’ll baby will love.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Springtime is here, which means it’s GARDENING SEASON! I couldn’t be more thrilled to start getting my hands dirty and my thumbs green with my little ones in tow. Even the tiniest of gardeners can help out with the keeping and care of flowers, plants, and vegetables. Whether you have a small garden on your porch or a big huge veggie garden in your yard, letting your little one help out is a must. My girls both started gardening when they were just babes and they still love it! (And, they love to EAT every vegetable we grow! Parenting win!) Click through for 12 awesome garden projects for little ones…
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
Once your baby starts on solid food, it suddenly seems like you’re going through a million jars a day!
And those empty bottles start piling up quickly.
Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to use them after the pear puree is gone.
Check out these 14 clever projects!
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
April has finally arrived, which means Easter will soon be here. To celebrate the season with your little guy or gal, have some fun working on an Easter craft project or two! My girls and I love to get creative and make things, especially when there’s a fun holiday to celebrate at the same time. I’ve rounded up 20 of the most adorable Easter crafts and activities for little ones. From bunnies and chicks to carrots and eggs, you’ll have a blast making these cute Easter crafts!