Podcasts are all the rage right now. From murder mysteries to raising kids; the topics are endless. But did you know there are amazing, educational podcasts for kids?! If you have children ages 5-12 then you’ll have to check out Melon’s House Party. I know what you’re thinking. How am I going to get my… Continue reading Melon’s House Party – A Must Listen!
This mom is obsessed with Advent calendars or really any sort of Christmas countdown. Every year my kids mark the days until Christmas by adding fluff to Santa's beard, moving a magnet on a metal countdown calendar, unwrapping one book each day (thanks, grandma) or by opening an Advent calendar. In the past I have… Continue reading Gingerbread House Advent Calendar DIY
Nothing says summer quite like enjoying a delicious ice cream cone outside. We are ice cream super fans at our house so when I heard National Ice Cream Day was coming up (July 18) I knew we had to celebrate somehow! After scrolling through Pinterest for homemade ice cream recipes, I can across one for… Continue reading Mason Jar Ice Cream
Have you ever wondered what to do with all of your kids’ broken crayons?? Well wonder no more! these recycled heart crayons repurpose those waxy remnants AND make for a perfect Valentine favor. If your kids are anything like mine, their crayons are probably broken before they even make it out of the box. Or… Continue reading Recycled Heart Crayons
Typically I send out your basic holiday photo Christmas cards. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE sending those AND receiving/displaying them from friends. However, this year I thought it would be fun to involve my kids in the process and turn it into anothier DIY holiday craft/activity (something I am so desperate for these days,… Continue reading Potato Stamp Holiday Cards