Games for Babies
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
I feel like my girls and I have been snowed in for months. This Polar Vortex is making me crazy. We haven’t been able to get out of the house to do much of anything this winter. From deep snow to brutal freezing temperatures, my girlies and I have had to stay inside. Despite our serious case of cabin fever, we have managed to do a pretty good job of getting creative each day so that we don’t lose our minds. In fact, I sort of feel like a snow day activities expert! Here are 20 ways to beat the cold and enjoy your days (or weeks) indoors…
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Spring is such a magical time of year. New life is blossoming everywhere and it’s the perfect time to come out of hibernation and enjoy some fun activities with your little ones! I can’t wait for a bit of this cold to melt away and give way to warmer weather and fresh, new greenery. As I’m looking ahead, here are a few fun things I’m looking forward to doing with my toddler this spring.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
We are in the midst of a huge snowstorm here. We got about 8 inches just yesterday, and there’s more snow on its way this week! With the girls and I cooped up inside, I thought it would be fun to make some sensory slime. It was a huge hit with the girls and will definitely be making an appearance in our home more often! With just a few supplies, you and your littles can have a blast exploring these funky textures, colors, sights, and smells! Here’s what you need…
Posted by Selena Burgess
V-day is for babies and toddlers too! Introduce some new and fun Valentine’s Day themed sensory bin activities with these fun (and cheap!) tutorials and ideas. You don’t have to save these activities for the the day only, either. Little ones will love getting in on these starting today.
I’ve selected some fun ideas for both babies and toddlers. Remember to always supervise your little ones when they’re engaging in sensory play, and have fun!
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
My daughters really enjoy playing with puzzles. My little Z also enjoys getting her hands on the pieces. The only problem is that with all those thin cardboard pieces, she’s bound to put one in her mouth or bend it completely. It frustrates her sisters and frustrates her for not being able to participate. I really love and prefer wooden puzzles for their durability. The Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh wooden 4-pack puzzle sets would be perfect for Zaynab! I wouldn’t have to worry about her damaging the pieces. With such adorable and simple scenes, we would be able to spend a fun afternoon putting the pieces together. We could even make up stories to accompany the sweet scenes depicted in the puzzles. Check out the two adorable 4-pack sets below.