Last year as my Kindergartners Room Parent, I had to come up with a variety of fun kid friendly games for the class parties. It was so much fun, I wish I had the squeals and laughter of them playing candy cane fishing. Candy Cane Fishing Game sounds so easy right, well it’s pretty challenging.
In my house Halloween is a big big deal! From costumes to decor, we go all out. I remember as a kid all the DIY homemade costumes my parents made me and I loved them. I have tried to carry on the tradition with my kids and make them homemade costumes too. My son wanted
I have always put a bow in my daughters hair since she was born, sometimes people joked the bow was bigger than her head (when she was a baby). Those boutique girls hair bows can get really expensive and I’ve always thought “hey how can I DIY that?” I finally took the time to figure
It’s a new month so to it’s time for a new sensory bin. For the February Sensory Bin, I am creating a Valentine’s Day Sensory Bin. Hearts, boxes, flowers and more. Once again the Dollar Tree saved me. I went in for something else (this is how my story always starts) and found rose petals
Welcome to the first 2018 monthly Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop, hosted by My Pinterventures. The purpose of this Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants of this hop (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! So this month, I chose to make/create Snowball Sensory Bin from this Life of
Welcome to the 11th day of the Christmas Blog Hop. I can’t believe we are on the 11th day. December is going by very fast to me. Today I am going to share my front porch and yard with you. My son is so excited to share his blow ups on my blog, he always
Kids make the holidays exciting, unpredictable, memorable, and bring so much joy to everyone around them. The magic, the wonder, and the cheer is evident on every child’s face during Christmas. Christmas is also a time when family and friends gather and connect. My children love seeing their cousin and being together and of course
Many of my winter childhood memories are about sledding, Cupcake (our dog) stealing our mittens, and hot chocolate. I’m a traditional hot chocolate with mini marshmallows kind of girl. So tasty when the marshmallows start to melt into the hot chocolate. I have created a hot chocolate bar all from Aldis for under $15. They
Welcome to the 6th day of the Christmas Blog Hop. I hope you have been enjoying the post each day and getting new ideas for Christmas. Today is a fun one with party games. Find out how my husband and I created this fun gingerbread house golf game. They have all been busy as Elves
Christmas is a magical fun time, but it is also busy and at times overwhelming and stressful. Here are 3 Christmas (really anytime of the year) party food tips that I use. These require little prep and no cooking is involved. Just put on a cute tray and your party food is ready to go.