Check out my new guest post on the I Create Art Kits website's blog! Learn about art and why it is so critically important for children to be exposed to and create art! Click on the image below to read my post.
I love Spring, but Autumn and Winter are close favorites because there are so many activities for a family to do together inside and out! I created an Autumn and Winter bucket list full of fun so you won't have to hear, "Mommmm, I'm so bored!" Family Autumn and Winter Bucket List Rake leaves into … Continue reading No More, “I’m bored!” a Family Autumn and Winter Bucket List
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Paperless Post Next week is Halloween and I am so excited! Halloween has always been one of my very favorite holidays of the year and we are preparing for a party! I love to throw a party. My kids’ birthday parties are really just an excuse for me to … Continue reading How to Throw a Ghoulishly Great Halloween Party
Charlesbridge kindly sent me a copy of two recently published books in their Baby Loves Science series, Baby Loves The Five Senses: Sight! and Baby Loves The Five Senses: Hearing! Both books are written by Ruth Spiro and illustrated by Irene Chan. At first glance, seeing that these were board books, I wasn’t sure that … Continue reading Book Review: Baby Loves The Five Senses: Sight! And Baby Loves The Five Senses: Hearing!
Do you like scary movies? Don't you think it is strange that humans like to be scared and regularly consume different types of entertainment that frightens them?
Disclaimer: Hasbro sent this product to me for free. Thank you, Hasbro for giving me this furReal product. I had never heard about Cubby the Curious Bear or FurReal toys until lately. Our household rarely watches television- we use streaming services for most of our viewing entertainment. When we aren't using streaming it is usually … Continue reading Cubby the Curious Bear: A Review
This book review is going to be a little different than my norm. Today I have two children's picture books, The Thing Lou Couldn't Do and The Most Magnificent Thing, both written by Canadian author Ashley Spires.My children and I first read The Thing Lou Couldn't Do. I enjoyed this picture book because even though … Continue reading Book Review: The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do and The Most Magnificent Thing
Happy Friday, everyone! The sweet Ami (@Ami_T1995) nominated me to be next to answer the questions for the Vogue parody flittering about Twitter. I thought it sounded like fun, so here are my answers. I hope you enjoy and learn a little more about me. 1)What is your usual Starbucks order? Caramel Macchiato 2) What does … Continue reading Vogue Parody Questions and Answers
Our family had a pretty busy weekend. We did a lot but didn't get to do as much as we'd hoped. I was wanting to go to see Avengers: Endgame but we didn't get a chance. I have been trying to stay offline as much as possible so that I don't read any spoilers. Saturday … Continue reading Weekend Recap
It's official: I've made 37 trips around the sun. It doesn't feel like I should be 37, but then again, what is 37 supposed to feel like? I think 37 isn't too bad. I have two pretty awesome kids and an incredible husband. I have wonderful supportive family on both sides. We have a roof … Continue reading So This is What 37 Looks Like… and Cake