It’s Friday Morning and I’m taking a few minutes to drink my coffee while reflecting on yesterdays festivities. Thanksgiving is a great holiday because it gives us a whole day to stop and think about all the things big and small that we’re thankful for, which is something we sometimes over look through out the … More Thanksgiving Reflections
It’s the day before Thanksgiving and you have six million things to do with six million little hands pulling at you in every direction, well not that many but I’m sure you can relate. Have no fear I’ve rounded up five sensory play ideas sure to be a hit with the littles using a staple … More Cranberry Bog Sensory Play
It’s Thanksgiving week, which means we have a whole week of giving thanks and spending time with the people we love! This also means more time for turkey crafts! This one was super simple and although I may have helped little dude more than I probably should have, it’s a great keepsake to remember Thanksgiving … More Cut and Paste Turkey Craft
Our first storm of the season has hit us which means soon enough full blown winter will be upon us and with it will bring a snow day or two. Here’s my lazy moms guide to surviving a day trapped between the elements and a toddler. Start off slow, your probably not leaving the house … More Snow Days: A Lazy Moms Survival Guide
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and with that comes a whole slew of fun activities! Today’s focus will be feather painting, a multimedia painting experience that left me with two very happy toddlers. The premise of the activity is simple, using feathers for paint brushes the littles went to town decorating their pieces of … More Feather Painting!
Recently I downloaded a new app through my library called Libby that allows me to rent ebooks from the library and read them on my phone! That being said, I was recommended to read a murder myster, written by David Baldacci titled The Last Mile. After a weekend of reading, I had to share a … More The Last Mile: A Review
A staple of our grocery list always seems to be a bag of frozen broccoli, toss it in some alfredo pasta for a delightful mix of vegetable into the dish or simply as a side, little man has always loved some leafy greens. Today I decide to share with you my favorite way to prepare … More Oven Baked Broccoli: A Recipe
As my American friends are probably aware today is voting day in the U.S. and although it’s not a presidential election, it is just as important to get out and vote! I know it’s not a normal day for me to be posting but today is a very important exception. Here’s my down and dirty … More A Millenial Moms Lecture on Voting
Little man is now seventeen months old, just shy of the year and a half mark he is great at playing independently! I’m so thankful for the fact that he can entertain himself because it gives so much opportunity to get stuff done! Here are ten super easy independent play ideas to hopefully entertain your … More Independent Play Ideas!
This year I felt like I dropped the ball on Halloween, last year I was so excited to make little mans costume but this year I just couldn’t find the energy. But that good ol’ halloween spirit seemed to kick in last minute and we pulled off a cute mom and son costume idea that … More Halloween Costume Round Up!