Wanting to do something a little different this year for your kids' Easter egg hunt? Us too! That's why we spent hours stalking Pinterest's finest ideas (and munching on chocolate eggs, the name name of research of course), to find you five really cool and totally novel egg hunt ideas!
There's just something so special about a homemade cookie that makes everything a little bit better - whether you're an adult or a child! We're always on the lookout for easy, healthy recipes we can make with our kids. This grain-free M&M cookie recipe* is one of our favorites! Naturally gluten-free, refined sugar-free and egg-free, it's the perfect easy-to-make cookie dough. Best of all? You can eat the cookie dough!
Hands up who can't resist all of the cute Valentine's crafting supplies in the stores at the moment? We looooove getting crafty with hearts, and so does our friend Myriam over on Instagram (@mothercould). She is sharing two super simple but hugely engaging Valentine's activities which take a matter of minutes to set up. Enjoy!
Valentine's treats don't have to all be full of sugar. We enlisted the help of Two Hangry Moms to share three of their favorite fruit-themed Valentine's Day Snacks. If you don't already follow these two lovely ladies on Instagram then we are pretty sure you will once you see these recipes. Head to their website for more tasty yet healthy snacks and meals for your kids.
The Christmas season is usually a FULL one for a lot of people, and we are no exception. I have so many traditions that I love to do with our family for Christmas that is hard to fit them all in. And St. Nicholas Day is one of those traditions we love.
How is it that kids seem to collect stuffed animals by the dozen?! Well we've got the perfect festive gift to help combat that critter chaos- the Stuff 'n Sit Storage Bean Bag!
Grandparents are total suckers for a cute handmade gift from their darling grandkids over the holidays- and we love it! Making a keepsake is such a fun way to create memories, and to spend some quality time together in the creative process! Here's five fun ideas to try.
Want to make your kids a small creation box for on-the-go building brick play this holiday season? We used these festive Dollar Store tins and a green Peel 'n Stick Baseplate in this affordable DIY project. Each tin costs only $3.50 to make!
Okay, confession; I don’t really like Turkey that much. In fact, I never have understood why the classic holiday meats are turkey and ham. Those don’t even make it into the top five meat options for me. I was on a campaign for years to cook a Christmas steak or have Thanksgiving ribs. That is, until I learned the perfect way to cook a turkey!
Looking to buy smart this year when it comes to holiday gifts for your kids? Here are six awesome and open-ended STEM toys which will be played with for years to come, making them a great investment.