Have you been spending time on Pinterest trying to find a simple Easter activity to do with your toddlers? Overwhelmed and lost? Let me show how to make a simple, fun and entertaining Easter Egg activity for your kids.
If your kids are like mine, they love being in the water. My oldest loves the pool. Everytime we drive by our neighborhood pool when it is closed, he asks when it will be open. He is yearning for his time in the pool. I like taking our kids to the pool, but it is a lot of work with little ones. I like to make sure I have everything to make the time enjoyable. I am sure you do too.
Easter is upon us and we all want to be ready to put the perfect basket together for our little ones. I love to give my kids new books to stir their imagination and learning. I often pack their baskets with books- steering away from candy and sweets. I also do not like those cheap toys that end up in the landfill in a few days. To help you stuff your Easter baskets with books, I have done the research and rounded up the best Easter books for kids. I have even put an Amazon affiliate link for them so you can easily add them to your cart.
The warmer weather will be approaching soon. Spring is around the corner and it is time to get the littles outside now that the days are getting longer. I love it when we play outside all day, get creative and stay busy. I strongly believe children need to be outside. It helps them grow, learn, keeps them healthy and active. We need to surround them with toys that help create that environment. If you give them toys they will play for hours. It is an investment that has endless dividends. Let’s do this!
he month of February is Congenital Heart Defect awareness month. I would like to share with you a little bit about our family and why this month is so important to us.
Well, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you may be wondering what you should make with the kids. Stop spending time on Pinterest, I have done with work for you. I have a few different crafts you can make for parents, grandparents, teachers or friends. You can create them all at once or space them out. Let them dry, wrap, and give! Your kids and you will have some much fun.
Giving your new baby a bath can be a little nerve racking as a first time parent. We all want it to go well, for the baby to enjoy bath time and create a bonding moment. The bond is so awesome to watch your precious little one kick and have fun in the water. We kept it pretty simple with bath time supplies, but they work really well. I knew I wanted items that I could wipe down or put in the dishwasher. Cleanliness was the most important piece.
Getting ready for a new baby isn’t easy. Trying to know what you need can be overwhelming. If we are honest, every new Mom or Dad needs help picking out baby registry items. I know I was pretty clueless on what was most needed, I definitely found it very beneficial to hear from someone who has been there. It has taken some trial and error, but I would love to share some of our best recommendations that are a must for the new Mom or Dad.
Looking for new books to start your new year. Check out our latest reviews on some of our favorite books for toddlers.
When we do go out to eat, we are prepared with things to keep our toddlers happy and entertained until the food comes. It has taken us some practice, but we now really enjoy our time out at restaurants with our boys.With some tips and gear, you can be successful too. You can have a fun, peaceful dinner without having to give your toddler your cell phone to entertain them. It can be done!
Holiday gifts are over, what were the best toddler gifts our boys received? Read our review of some of our kids’ favorite toys this year.
Here’s a great toddler activity for the holiday season. Custom Place mats using contact paper and holiday themed tissue paper. Your kids will love making these place mats
Best class children’s books that we love to read to our kids right now. Check out, Going on a Bear Hunt, Good Night Good Night Construction Site, and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
painting with toddlers is hard, but having a plan makes it easier. Follow these quick pointers to have a fun-filled painting experience for you and your child.
Little Pine Learners offers fun, interactive sheets to help your toddler learn about their world. Read my review of one of her activity bundles .
Looking for ideas to keep your toddlers entertained when you are traveling? Check out our top 5 list of toddler activities to include in your travel gear.
Traveling with toddlers can be challenging. Anytime you can find a tool to make the transportation a little easier, it’s a win. Read our review of a car seat dolly by Go-Go BabyZ
Check out our favorite interactive book for your toddler, Tap the Magic Tree by Christie Matheson. It is a fun engaging book for your child. Read the review today
If you are traveling with an infent or a toddler, ensuring your child gets a full restful nap time can be daunting. Read our story of using the SlumberPod privacy pod.
Favorite book we are reading with our toddler right now. “What makes a Rainbow” is a great story to help your toddler to start reading for himself or herself.
Here are 5 of our favorite games that we love to play with a group of family or friends. Titles include Heads Up, Catch phrase and Rummikub
Looking for a perfect outdoor activity for your toddler? Try out a bubble maker, it is one of our favorite things to do on a cool afternoon.
Looking for the best blanket for a newborn or a toddler? We share what have been our “favorite” blankets for swaddling, the best security blankets and the best blanket for cozy snuggling
Explore the Top 5 kids books that our toddlers love right now. Titles include The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle and Job Site by Nathan Clement.
When it comes to potty training, every child is different. We share some of our top tips that we have learned so far about the adventure of potty training with a toddler.