Our Favorite Winter Board Book Ideas

The mercury is dipping, the snow’s falling and your kiddo is looking adorable all decked out in their winter gear. So you pretty much play the role of paparazzi, snapping pics of the littles as they traipse through the snow, build icy cold sculptures, sled, skate and make all kinds of winter memories. Before you … Continue reading Our Favorite Winter Board Book Ideas

Holiday Survival Guide: Conquer the Holidays with a Toddler in Tow

The holidays aren’t always easy with a toddler. While this is a fabulously festive time that’s filled with twinkling lights, a constant stream of Christmas music and all kinds of holiday happiness, it’s also stressful. Whether you’re hosting the family gathering, traveling over the river and through the woods to grandma’s or just trying to … Continue reading Holiday Survival Guide: Conquer the Holidays with a Toddler in Tow

Kiddos in the Kitchen: Easy Weeknight Recipes to Cook with the Kids

No one wants to isolate themselves in the kitchen, slaving over a hot stove and missing out on family time. Instead of turning cooking into a chore, create a weeknight routine that the kiddos help out with. Start with some basic kitchen safety, helping your littles to understand what is and isn’t okay to do … Continue reading Kiddos in the Kitchen: Easy Weeknight Recipes to Cook with the Kids

Playing with Food: Holiday Eats and Treats Your Kids Can Build Themselves

The holidays mean that the treats are flowing like a river. A delicious river of cocoa and gingerbread rafts! Sure, you have the standard gingerbread house and maybe a few dozen snowflake-shaped cookies. But what else can you make to celebrate the holidays in a festively fabulous way? There are plenty of holiday eats and … Continue reading Playing with Food: Holiday Eats and Treats Your Kids Can Build Themselves

How to Prepare Your Child (and Yourself) For Traveling by Plane

Over the river and through the woods has turned into more of an over the mountains and through the skies. You’re traveling by plane for the holidays and it seems like everyone from the ticketing agent to your overly-tired toddler is ready for a tantrum. And that’s not to mention the stress you’re feeling right … Continue reading How to Prepare Your Child (and Yourself) For Traveling by Plane

8 Creative Ways to Make the Bedtime Routine Fun (and the Morning Easier)

The sun sets and it’s off to dreamland for your little one. Or not. Your kiddo isn’t ready for bed. Not at all. But you are. And that means you’re doing everything you can to move the bedtime routine along. Instead of begging and pleading, try making bedtime fun. Along with turning your night into … Continue reading 8 Creative Ways to Make the Bedtime Routine Fun (and the Morning Easier)

Fall Appreciation Activities

The weather has a chill, you’re getting those chunky sweaters out and the leaves are changing colors. It’s finally fall! And you want your little learner to start appreciating the autumn season. How can you help your child to find the beauty in the fall? With a few awesomely imaginative activities, of course. From learning … Continue reading Fall Appreciation Activities

Morning Sunshines: 7 Ways To Brighten Your Child’s Morning Routine

The morning is…well, a hectic time. You have to wake your kiddo up, make sure they’re dressed, get breakfast on the table, pack school lunches and still somehow manage to get yourself ready for your day too. If you’re lucky, everything goes completely smooth. But that doesn’t happen 100% of the time. What can you … Continue reading Morning Sunshines: 7 Ways To Brighten Your Child’s Morning Routine

Screen Time: Your Little TV Star in the Making

Screen time is a major issue for today’s parents. But the type we’re talking about has nothing to do with your little one looking at an actual TV, tablet, smartphone or computer screen. Nope. These screen time activities are purely screen free. Are you confused yet? Don’t be. Your young child is all about pretend … Continue reading Screen Time: Your Little TV Star in the Making

Beyond Blanket Forts: 4 Awesome Ideas for DIY Forts Your Kids Can’t Wait To Create

Gone are the days when tossing a blanket over the dining room table as a make-shift fort was enough to entertain the kids. Between your smart phone, the tablet and all of the other screens in your kiddo’s life, keeping their interest isn’t exactly as easy as it once was. But don’t stress! Play time … Continue reading Beyond Blanket Forts: 4 Awesome Ideas for DIY Forts Your Kids Can’t Wait To Create

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