Christmas Craft with Kids – Felt Star Tree Topper

A quick and easy tree topper your child can make for their own Christmas tree using felt, pom-poms and puffy paint! We have literally gone hog wild this holiday season in our house with felt, pom-poms and puffy paint. Once I started one project with Gabe, the creativity and ideas just kept on coming and […]

Christmas Felt Wreath Craft with Kids

This Christmas felt wreath with pom-poms and puffy paint is super easy and fun to make, even for a toddler! We’ve had so much fun this December coming up with ways to use felt, pom-poms and puffy paint to make our own Christmas decorations. In addition to this wreath, we also made our own felt […]

Christmas Craft with Kids – Felt Ornament with Puffy Paint and Pom-Poms

Our kitchen table is getting bombarded with paper, scissors, felt, glue, paint, pom-poms, smiles, giggles and chatter – all to make crafts for Christmas and for some homeschool preschool! These adorable Christmas ornaments are so easy for kids to make, mine’s only 3, using felt, pom-poms, puff paint, and scissors. My preschooler, Gabe, and I […]

Aquatopia Bath Toy Organizer Review

As soon as I opened the box containing our new red alligator friend, I knew my kids were going to love their new bath toy organizer from Aquatopia. They were so excited that they wanted to take a bath right away, even though it was only 12 p.m.! This bright red bath toy organizer is […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Lauren from “Tutus and Tea Parties” Shares

It’s week four of the Homeschooling Made Simple Series! I have had the pleasure of hosting some incredible homeschooling bloggers who’ve offered a wealth of information that can be applied to newbies and experienced homeschoolers alike. If you missed the other three weeks, catch up here. Today, we get to hear a new twist on […]

Toys for Kids – Green, Eco-Friendly and Educational

Electronic, light-up, noisy toys are flashy and fun and capture me just as much as the kids – right at first. They can seem like the perfect gift to give your favorite kid, as you picture their face lighting up with excitement as they rip open the package and play with the toy – just […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Joell from “Red Van Ramblings” Shares

Welcome back for week two of my Homeschooling Made Simple¬†series, featuring Joell of Red Van Ramblings!¬†She shares her inspiring homeschooling journey, which is a unique one with a son who has Asperger’s Syndrome, who spent most of his life in public school before they decided to homeschool. I am honored to have her on the […]

Merry Messy Mondays – Fall Thankfulness

It’s about time for another edition of “Merry Messy Mondays,” dontcha think? Last time I shared with you, I wrote about our move from the northeast to the southeast USA and all the challenges and joys we encountered along the way. Now we’re quite settled back in my hometown, and back living with da rents […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Thaleia from Something 2 Offer Shares

Today I am thrilled to have the lovely Thaleia from Something 2 Offer answer my questions about homeschooling. This will begin a series I’ve entitled, Homeschooling Made Simple, where I will interview several bloggers who homeschool and get each of their perspectives, ideas, and suggestions and offer it for those of us who are new […]

Halloween Monster Costume DIY Tutorial

Grrrowwwl! Ahhhhh! My little monsters are about the cutest, least-scary monsters I’ve ever seen. And I couldn’t believe how easy this costume was to make! Not only that, but I made it with my toddler in just a few hours, so it was such a fun activity and bonding time for us. Here’s a step-by-step […]