Posted by Keiko Zoll
At 13 months old, Judah loves to babble and explore sounds and words. We’ve noticed he has a complete set of words he knows and words he says. He may not be able to say “wiggle” but he sure knows how to do it when we say it! In order to keep up with his growing vocabulary, I decided to make a “Word Wall” to track all of the different words he knows ands says right now. The amazing thing? We’re adding more each day!
Check out all the words Judah knows and says and learn how to make a Word Wall of your own for your little one!
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
Since the first Father’s Day that my husband celebrated, I’ve always wanted to make him something that I know he will love to receive from his kids. Whether it’s a photo book of pictures with him and the kids, or a picture with their handprints, they are always thoughtfully handmade with him in mind.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
As a mother of 3 young girls, I am always in search of new ideas and creative activities that I can do with them. From art projects and sensory play to reading and using our imagination, a lot of our time is focused on creativity. I have a few staple projects and activities that we do on a regular basis, but I’m always looking for more. If you’re a parent of a toddler or preschooler, I imagine you’re in the same boat. Today, I bring you the 10 best blogs for creative toddlers!
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Sharing nursery inspiration is one of my favorite things to do here at Disney Baby, so you can only imagine how exciting it is to be sharing my own little one’s nursery with you here! As soon as I found out we were having a boy, I knew that I wanted the theme of his nursery to be something that felt cozy, woodsy and something that rang true to our Pacific Northwest roots. I knew there would be plenty of Pendleton wool (we live in Oregon and Pendleton is a local love here), and a lot of wood accents. My other reason for choosing this theme is that it allowed me to pull items I already had around my home and repurpose them as nursery items. This entire room cost a total of zero dollars (aside from the $10 I spent on DIY art supplies) because they were all items I already owned. Score! Good design doesn’t have to be expensive – it just requires a little bit of creativity. Hope you enjoy my little Clive’s room!
Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
Looking for something to fun to make this weekend for your little one? I came across loads of DIY projects to add to my never-ending Pinterest boards this weekend and I thought I would share a few of my favorites with you! I don’t always get as much time as I would like to create things for my littles ones but there is just something about handmade goodies. Grayson loves helping me when he can too! We had so much fun putting together a simple sensory bin. He was so excited to help!
Take a look through 5 easy yet fun DIY projects to do this weekend!