SharePinTweetWe don’t have a dog, but we sure have a lot of Yard Doodie. Yard Doodie in the morning. Yard Doodie after school. Yard Doodie at night. Wait, what? Yeah, we’re kind of addicted to Yard Doodie right now. It’s one of the new games from Henhouse Games, and it is so much fun. Whether …
Easy recipes for kids — four of our favorite sweet treats to make that are simple, fast, and delicious! Great for gifting, parties, or any day fun.
We may be social distancing, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate. Read on for ideas how to make this season festive from afar.
Thank goodness for apple activities — from baking to science to crafts to fun — to get through all those apples you just picked! Read on for ideas of what to do with your apples!
Fall family fun — a great chance to get outside and enjoy the crisp, cool weather before it gets too cold. Here’s a list of activities, and a funny take on how to get them all done to get your fall on no matter how busy you are.
Great gift or activity idea for hours of fun exploration and creativity! Just a simple list of items you can easily find at the grocery store, lots of curiosity, and you have the perfect, easy DIY Stem kit for kids.
Sure we’re going back to school during a global pandemic, with all new protocol on masks and social distancing . . . but there are other reasons it feels different this year. After so much togetherness, it’s hard to be apart.
Self care doesn’t have to be a massage and spa day. It is whatever you make it — whatever makes you feel like you’re caring for YOU. Here’s how I redefined self care for my very own self.
Screen time for kids — it’s a topic of a lot of discussion, and often judgment, among parents. But with my kids up at 5am and a bedtime of 9pm, there are a lot of hours to fill. Screen time, among several other activities and boredom busters, can actually benefit them and fill their day with periods of education, relaxation, and fun.
SharePinTweetThis is the behind the scenes look at letting go. No, not quite that. I guess it’s the behind the scenes look at beginning to let go, and not knowing how, and not wanting to, but also realizing the beauty of it, which is more than the sorrow, but mourning the changing chapters, and wanting …