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I saw this post from Happy Hooligans and we just had to try out our own version. All you need is a few toilet paper rolls (cut in half), yellow paint (of course you could use any color for different colored … Continue reading
This eggs-tra special post is a round up of all my eggs-traordinary Easter time fun! An Easter Egg Hunt that gets the kids moving and thinking. Fun for the WHOLE family! How about fun ways to play and learn with … Continue reading
My family celebrated Easter Sunday this year at my Aunt Mj’s house. She always comes up with fun activities for the kids … and this year was no exception. She created a wonderful Egg Hunt that was fun for all 4 … Continue reading
Have some extra plastic Easter eggs around the house? I’m sure lots of us do this time of year. Here’s a round-up of how we’ve been using ours … Number Match On one half of the egg you put the … Continue reading
For those that are celebrating Easter today we wanted to say … Wish you a very Happy Easter! I made these super simple Easter cards with white cardstock, washable tempera paint and fine-point Sharpie markers. Henry’s thumbprint made the brown … Continue reading
If you’ve been following along you might know that we are enjoying our first year in our new home. I waited a really long time to make the move … and now we are here one way I am celebrating … Continue reading
I’m a total sucker for cheesy, classic traditions to do with kids. Ever since my first child was old enough (he was only a couple weeks old for his first Easter), we’ve been going to the mall to sit with … Continue reading