Monthly Archives: July 2017

Traveling Tots: How to Prepare Your Child (and Yourself) For a Road Trip

Ah, vacation time! You’re ready to relax, de-stress, and see the sights. Hmm. Wait, you’re traveling with a toddler. And that means those used-to-be relaxing spur of the moment road trips now require plenty of preparation and planning. Now what? It’s time to get packing. Well, maybe that’s not all. Before hitting the road, check … Continue reading Traveling Tots: How to Prepare Your Child (and Yourself) For a Road Trip

Puppet Show Pals: DIY Puppet Show From Character Crafting To Show Time

Your kiddo has a passion for telling stories. From the awesomely imaginative way they describe how a dinosaur stomped through the playroom and scattered all of the toys across the floor to the fabulously fantastic reasons they give you for staying awake at night (because the “wake-up fairy” sprinkled no-sleep sparkle powder on their eyes), … Continue reading Puppet Show Pals: DIY Puppet Show From Character Crafting To Show Time

Nurturing Nature: 5 Ways to Enjoy Local Wildlife and Teach Your Little One to Appreciate Nature

Your kiddo is completely into science. They’re all about exploring, experimenting, and making discoveries when it comes to the world around them. With the warmer weather, you have the ideal opportunity to take your little one outside and enjoy the local wildlife. Interact with the flora and the fauna, and help your child learn a … Continue reading Nurturing Nature: 5 Ways to Enjoy Local Wildlife and Teach Your Little One to Appreciate Nature

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