Sew a Felt Crayon Cuff to Wrangle Your Kid's Crayons

Sew a Felt Crayon Cuff to Wrangle Your Kid’s Crayons

My son loves to color. LOVES. But his little toddler hands are not great at getting his crayons back into the box when he’s done. Honestly, I sometimes have a hard time getting that last crayon into the box. The planets basically have to align to get every single one to fit back in. That means he’s not as willing to clean up after coloring with crayons, so instead they roll all over the place.

4 Take-along activities for a road trip or vacation -

4 Take-Along Activities for Vacation or Road Trips

Road trips are long for little people, so we came up with four fun ideas (and a take-along case made   Read More »

DIY Door hanger chore chart - dollar store craft

Make a Door Hanger Chore Chart

Easily keep track of chores with this convenient door hanger chore chart. I found the door hanger kit and the   Read More »

Kid-Friendly Vegetable Recipes

10 Kid-Friendly Vegetable Recipes

Getting kids to eat their veggies can be a little bit tricky, can’t it? My 11-month-old just dove headfirst into a phase where anything green on his tray that’s not avocado goes straight onto the floor. Maddening! These are the kid-friendly vegetable recipes I’m looking at to avoid more of this picky eating as he gets bigger.

Home Remedies for Cold and Flu Season

10 Home Remedies for Cold and Flu

Holy moly, y’all. My son started daycare in the fall, and this cold and flu season has been the worst.   Read More »

Awesome tip for teaching shoe-tying - teach with a jump rope!

Awesome Tip: Jump Rope for Tying Shoes

I recently taught my oldest son how to tie his shoes — I tried a few different methods before we   Read More »

Make a Lego Marble Run

 Turns out Legos are good for all kinds of things, like this marble run from Octavia and Vicky. Once kids   Read More »

Creative Parenting: Helping Kids Deal with Fear

Before I was a stay-at-home, coupon clipping, homeschooling mom I worked as a Behavior Specialist for developmentally disabled foster kids.   Read More »

Quick and Easy Backyard Water Games for Kids

Keeping the kiddos entertained and active all summer takes some effort and planning. Good news for all of us, though,   Read More »

Make a Pool Noodle Bath Pit

  As it turns out,  dollar store pool noodles are great for more than just the pool (remember my pool   Read More »