Baby's Day Out
Posted by Kristel Acevedo
Every morning when my son wakes up, his first question is, “What I’m doing today?” Now that it’s summertime, we have a LOT of free time on our hands. I try to make being at home exciting (hooray for painting, reading books, and watching our favorite Disney movies!) but my kids also like to go out. There is plenty to do around town but it can get expensive paying for zoo trips and aquariums and specialty indoor playgrounds. So I try to keep a handy list of FREE activities we can enjoy outside the home. Here are some of our favorites:
Posted by Keiko Zoll
With the unofficial start of summer last weekend, we’re ready to take Judah out to explore all the summer fun that his hometown (and beyond) has to offer this season! With plenty of sunshine and longer days, there so many outdoor activities we’ve been waiting to do for just the right weather.
If you’re looking for inspiration about fun outdoor things to do with your baby or toddler or summer, look no further!
Posted by Jerika Welch
Over the weekend my family and I went out of town for a day just to get away. We stayed with some very good friends of ours while we were out of town. While we have one boy, our friends have two girls. Two of the sweetest girly girls that I love oh so much. They are all things pink, sparkly, and fun. While we were there I kept thinking to myself, “Look at all of this PINK!” Our family is full of boys so we aren’t well-versed in all things girly. Today while I was browsing through Disney Baby I started admiring some of my favorite pink items.
Here are some of my favorite pink outfits and accessories for all of your Disney princesses out there!
Posted by Jerika Welch
Snack time with a toddler can get tricky. Or should I say messy? Baylor is not afraid to make a mess when it comes to eating, drinking, or anything really. Thankfully we have discovered something that I don’t think we (I) would be able to survive without. The First Years snack containers.
These containers are handy little cups the perfect size for toddler hands with the most convenient lid. The lid is designed so that tiny hands can reach in, but when the cup is tossed about the snack doesn’t come out. Seriously the best cup ever! On the list of things I can’t leave the house without, these cups are at the top along with my baby, my cell-phone, and baby wipes. Ha! Here are some of our favorite The First Years snack containers from Disney Baby.