Being a SAHM is exhausting. And trying to find ways to constantly keep these toddlers entertained and occupied instead of destroying the house or watching Daniel Tiger all day long is tough! I was recently talking with a friend who has decided to stay at home with her kids instead of going back to work. [...]
Earth Day is tomorrow and to celebrate we'll be putting together a fun Earth Day themed sensory bin! Before I get all the info for the bin put together (we are mid-move so bare with me in these next few weeks), I thought I'd post the recipe for the Rainbow Rice that we are going [...]
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Oliver has a weird thing about his feet. Anytime we have a sensory bin out he always tries to put his feet in it. When he's outside, he never keeps his shoes on. Puddles? He's splashing around in them barefoot. I'm not entirely sure why he loves it but he does! So when we started [...]
This project is by far one of the cutest things I've ever seen for Easter. I saw a version of it a few years ago when Oliver was a few months old and I wanted to do a little something for AJ and the grandparents to celebrate Oliver's first Easter! With the kids being a [...]
Looking for an easy way to entertain your toddler with a festive art project? Here you go! We created our Mosaic East Art this afternoon when we were bored and doing some arts & crafts! I was trying to put together a few Easter themed art projects for the kids this week but today they [...]
Oliver has been loving learning all about Leprechauns the past few weeks so naturally we had to make Leprechaun traps! We were inspired by How to Catch a Leprechaun but since the traps in that book are a little advanced for Mom to put together, we opted for an old shoe box and lots of [...]
Anyone who has ever heard of Dr. Seuss has heard of Thing 1 and Thing 2. These mischievous little creatures wreak havoc on two unsuspecting children in the hysterical story of The Cat in the Hat. They also happen to be a few of my kid's favorite Dr. Seuss characters, so I had to include [...]