If you dread going to the grocery store with your kids because they seem to make grocery shopping 10000x harder, you’re not alone!
Need something easy and fun to do with your kids? These kids activities require very few supplies, make little mess and are fun for you and your kids!
Me? I am not the Pinterest queen.
I hyperventilate when I see those perfectly prepared birthday party spreads. I think of all the work, the planning, the time and I immediately melt down into a this tinfoil stress ball.
It’s too much.
The good news is that to be a good mom you don’t have to have a DIY birthday party.
Can we talk bath time for a second?
How difficult is it to convince your kids to bathe? Hard?
With this bath bomb recipe, you’ll feel like super mom because you’re kids will countdown the minutes till they can get in the tub.
We all worry about whether we spend enough time with our kids.
On the phone with my mom one night, she said to me:
“You’re such a good mom. You spend so much time with your kids. I never did with that you.”
My mom worked as an administrative assistant at the hospital 4 miles down the road. Every night, she came home around 5:30pm, cooked dinner and then we all relaxed while watching Murphy Brown or Friends.
Truth is: I thought she spent enough time with me.
I felt pretty happy and content.
And frankly, I feel like a failure with this whole mom business.
“No, sweetie, that hurts.”
My five-year-old son puts down the flashlight. His latest game involves shining the flashlight on opposite walls of our living room and having our very crazy pup chase it.
However, she gets a little too excited and ends up jumping on me – all sixty pounds of her.
At five, my son improves everyday at realizing that his actions have consequences.
He learned this by constantly making mistakes and getting corrected.
Stories are also a fantastic way to teach those skills.
Looking for things to do on long car rides? Or maybe how in the world to keep kids busy on a plane? Here are a few must haves for you to enjoy the journey.
Looking for a very simple science experiment to do at home with your kids? Maybe you need some ideas for summer or a rainy day. These are the coolest science projects I found that are unique, magical and use only household items.
With all those free apps for preschoolers out there, is it really worth paying for something? Here’s everything you need to consider.
You know that recycling is good for our planet, but how do we make our kids more aware? I have a fun recycling sorting game for you to use as well as a free recycling program for schools.
Even though I’m 34, Halloween still turns me into a giddy little kid. Seeing the festivities through my kids eyes amps up my excitement even more! Right? Do you love going to the pumpkin farm? Carving Jack-o-lanterns?
There are so many fall activities and so much fun, where do you start?
How about at the beginning of October with an activity guaranteed to bring the whole neighborhood together?