Are your kids going back to school? I remember as a kid missing the end of summer days and also feeling excited about buying new school supplies and jumping back into structured days. Here are some basic survival tips for making the school schedule transition a little easier.
Snag some pretty little girl fashions and scented nail polish just in time for back to school, the holidays, or any occasion to dress up and look glamorous! Here are some of our latest little girl fashion finds!
Do you have trouble figuring out what to eat for breakfast? It may seem that breakfast is the easiest meal of the day to skip. As a busy mom, I often drink a cup of coffee, feed the kids, wipe up a few messes, and realize around 11 am that I forgot to eat breakfast. I’m sure moms with kids who need to get out the door for school or working moms who leave the house early find it even harder to eat breakfast. Eating a filling breakfast is an ideal way to start the day because food boosts your metabolism, helps you think better, and gives you more energy to accomplish your to-do list. A protein-packed breakfast combined with morning exercise is a perfect way to start any day. I’m excited to tell you about some easy breakfast solutions that you can whip up while you are hunting for your kid’s shoes and reminding the kids to brush their teeth.
It’s almost fall! I love the changing seasons and opportunity to break out cozy weather accessories. A wardrobe change doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. You can achieve a fresh new look, new accessories and even new hair with these budget-friendly tips.
DIY slime seems to be fairly popular for kid’s sensory activities. What’s not to love? It’s squishy and colorful, and you can mix it up using ingredients you have at home and watch the magical chemistry transformation take place. We’ve made our share of glitter slime combinations. Here are some fun glitter slime recipes to inspire your kids’ next science project.
Summer can be filled with lots of fun and adventures. These water safety tips shared by a father and police officer can help parents keep kids safe during family water activities. Also don’t miss our summer gear family must-haves and review of DryFins chafe-free swim trunks below!
All stay-at-home moms know it can be challenging to entertain kids during the summer, school breaks, and open afternoons and evening hours. My kids regularly ask me to play with them or immediately default to wanting to watch a show or play games on the tablet. We limit screen time to about 1 hour a day, which leaves a lot more hours to fill with interactive and engaging kids’ activities. Here are a few simple kids’ activities to encourage imaginative play, also featuring Jubilant balance bikes!
Babies learn something new every day. They may not show evidence of their growing knowledge base until later, but every action and interaction teaches a baby something new. Babies and toddlers learn about color and textures every time they do a tactile or sensory activity. They learn new words and social interactions from their care takers. Teaching a baby or toddler new skills can be a lot of fun! Here are some interactive activities with pom poms to help babies and toddlers learn about color and size. Preschoolers can even do math with pom poms!