Rainy Day Activities For Kids: Finger Paint
Here in VA, its pretty much monsoon season. For the past couple of weeks, its pretty much rained at least once every other hour. I'm starting to think I'm growing gills! I'm also starting to go a little stir crazy which has gotten me in the crafty mood. So while browsing pinterest (of course) I found some SUPER cute finger paint ideas for you all to try out with your little ones! Thought these were too cute not to share! Hope you Enjoy! xoxo- Ashley
Quick Fix Closet Organization
This post contains affiliate links. Hello my awesome Readers! I mentioned before that we have brought our sweet nephew back into our ...
Children's Bedrooms in Small Spaces: Top Tips
Source I have first hand experience of how to create a child's bedroom in a very small room. What is currently Miss R's room, is a very tiny room indeed and we've had to be
"10 Things To Do Each Day" Sign
For the past 10 years my whole family has taken a vacation for a week to Rhode Island every summer. It was only last year that we discovered the cutest shop minutes from the house we stay in. The shop features all sorts of great beach themed housewares that I absolutely love and after this past summer I walked away with more than a few DIY ideas. This sign was the first thing I decided to make my own. My husband recently treated himself to a new router and cut out 2 pieces of wood for me to…
Printing with Cardboard Shape Tubes - The Imagination Tree
Make your own shape printers using folded cardboard tubes, for easy grip and playful maths learning for toddlers and preschoolers! Simple toddler play fun!
Toddler Activities: 17 Months Old
One of the challenges of being a stay at home mom is finding activities for your little one to keep them entertained throughout the day. These are a few of our current favorite activities: Silverware Sorting: Try this simple sorting activity with your toddler. I guarantee your little one will enjoy helping you with this chore. The next time you empty the dishwasher, let your toddler put away the spoons, forks, and any knives that are not sharp. You can put the divider on their highchair tray…
Super-Organized Arts & Craft Storage
Jackie switched her kids from daycare to staying at home with a nanny, but she wanted to have a palce for them to do arts and crafts like a classroom. So how did she do it?Jackie explains “We also need a place to organize all the stuff that goes along with those activities. In a very small 3 foot space of wall we used the vertical space to maximize storage for all the kids art and craft supplies. The Ikea Trofast collection was the perfect solution.
Goodness, two posts in one day. How will you ever keep up. Since I've been unable to do much housework around here lately, my girls room seemed to have gotten way out of control and needed some time and attention...