Games for Babies

Playtime brings out the child inside all of us. Get inspired by these creative games to play with Baby. Let your imagination run wild!

20 Easter Crafts for Toddlers

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!

I Spy... GREEN!

St. Patrick’s Day is here! Think your little leprechaun is too young to celebrate this fun holiday? Think again! You and your littles can have a blast playing this fun I Spy game to find all things GREEN! Plus, it’s a fun way to teach your baby about colors and new things! I know my girls and I are going to have a blast with this fun scavenger hunt!

10 Activities on Our Springtime Toddler Bucket List

Spring is here! In my opinion, spring is the perfect season for babies and toddlers. The weather is pleasant, and all the gorgeous greenery and flowers blooming everywhere puts everyone in a wonderful mood. It’s a perfect time for toddlers to spend outdoors to move their growing bodies. A magical time to explore!

Toddler Spring Bucket List

DIY No-Sew Bean Bags Your Toddler Will Love

Being the third child, many of Z’s toys are hand-me-downs. Of course she doesn’t realize this, nor does she mind. Every now and then I like to give her something new and special just for her. However, with 3 kids and one on the way, I’m not working with an unlimited budget. Plus I have a major DIY gene in me that I just can’t resist.

DIY No-Sew Bean Bags Your Toddler Will Love

Rainy Day Ideas for Little Ones Under 2

In just a matter of time, the rainy season will be here. Although the temperature will be warmer, I’m sure we’ll still feel a bit of cabin fever as thunderstorms leave us trapped inside. From my experience though, rainy weather is way better on little ones than snow. We can still get outside to splash in the puddles (as long as there isn’t lightning) and it makes for a cozy, creative day indoors. As a stay-at-home mom, rain sort of forces me to get creative. It makes me come up with fun (and sometimes messy) ways to have fun with my little ones. Here are a few rainy day ideas for little ones under 2…

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