It’s a bird… It’s a plane… No! It’s SUPERMAN, in clothespin form! When the weather is icky, when your little one needs something fun to do, break out the clothespins. Yes you heard that right. They are no longer just for washing and hanging clothes. The possibilities are endless. Clothespin Mini Airplanes Clothespin Beaded Butterfly […]
With Easter right around the corner, Spring is on my mind. I don’t enjoy decorating my entire house with eggs and bunnies- but I do like everything Spring related. Gorgeous flowers, bright colors and all of that starts with the Wreath I hang on my front door. This year, I still don’t have one up […]
I’m not sure why it is that little ones love fish, but I have never met a toddler that didn’t love peering into a fish tank. If you have a little one that is a fish lover, then you are in luck. I have rounded up 19 different crafts that you can do at home […]
Spring has sprung! This means the sun stays out longer, the weather gets warmer and all my favorite holidays are right around the corner. Spring also means goodbye to snow and hello to rain. With rain you get rainbows! Rainbows are literally the most amazing part of rain and kids get so excited when they […]
Ok. It’s no secret that I’m OBSESSED with doll’s houses, Lundby doll’s houses in particular. I received my first Smaland house over a year ago and it continues to bring my family and I great joy, laughter, and enough creative brainstorming to outlast any other toy in our house. Here’s a bit of background info […]
My kids and I love to craft. Playdoh is always big in our house. We came across Floam thanks to Mamanista and couldn’t wait to see what we could create. Floam is a reusable molding compound that will keep you and your children creating endless possibilities for hours! Mold your floam into anything you can […]
As a preteen, I was never without a book and some embroidery floss for making friendship bracelets. Knotting bracelets was a fun activity I could do alone or while chatting with friends. With a little embroidery floss, I was never bored.
Once you learn basic knots and friendship bracelet patterns, making a bracelet is easy. The hardest part is keeping your strands untangled and in order. Of course, when I was a kid, I didn’t have My Friendship Bracelet Maker, which is way cooler and more effective than the piece of cardboard and scotch tape I used to carry around.
As a blogger, I get a chance to see all of the hottest holiday toys at events such as Toy Fair, Time to Play and more. Here are a few of my favorite toys….
Bubbles are always a popular activity at my house and last weekend my two children and I made our own bubble wands. We spent about an hour putting together Arterro’s Bubble Wand Kit with my four year old daughter and six year old son…