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Pin It Since I’ve been blogging less than a year, I still have lots of catching up to do on previous play, crafts, and celebrations. With this being Henry’s birthday month (see this year’s party) I’ve been thinking a lot about … Continue reading
So, last year Henry picked Rocket Valentines to create … this year we perused my Valentine Pinterest board together and he decided on a pretty fishy one from Tammy Mitchell Photography … Here’s our version … Super simple … sandwich … Continue reading
Growing up my wonderful mother instilled in me the importance and art of writing thank-you notes. I don’t remember ever minding this … but then again, I always have enjoyed writing. Believing in the importance of formally giving thanks, I … Continue reading
Both my 2 year old and 5 year old got a kick out of this simple, fun, and mesmerizing kid kraft. I got the idea from another crafty mom … Putti Prapancha. And, being a LOVER of spirals, we had … Continue reading
One of the areas that I have REALLY been wanting to blog about are children’s books. I LOVE reading to my kids’ … and I never have (and never will) regret the time I spend reading to them. And, since … Continue reading
We have had SO much fun with scavenger hunts lately …. Outdoor Scavenger Hunt We tried this one out that “Hands On: As We Grow” designed. It was a nice short one for my 5 year old son to complete … Continue reading
My first idea was to roll round objects (balls, cars, trucks) down the driveway on a large sheet of butcher paper. Our driveway is perfect for this because it is at a HUGE angle down towards the house. The kids, … Continue reading
I am ALL for the complete homemade crafting projects for kids. But the buy-at-the-store kits are sometimes great. Here are some we tried out this summer: “Power Balls” by Color Zone The process for this project was easy and fun, … Continue reading