I love finding gifts for my children and family. I especially love gifting items they didn’t ask for but know they’ll enjoy. That’s the inspiration behind this year’s guide.
I say this every year, but some of the best parts of any holiday season for me is making crafts with the kids. It’s a fun tradition for all, but they also enjoy seeing their creations on display in our home.
I love that Dunkin’ has taken the guesswork out of trying to find yummy no-meat items because they’ve created a new plant-based sandwich for those of us who want more options!
The Nutcracker transports audiences to a magical holiday world, creating a spectacular escape for families looking to connect with the spirit of the season and spend some quality time sharing a memorable experience together.
Monsters Are Afraid of Babies has vivid illustrations that will certainly keep your child engaged. It shows them that what we’re often afraid of can also be afraid of you. It’s the right amount of friendly-spooky, but can help a child face their fears.
As much as I love summer, there’s just no feeling like the fall. I feel like it has the gentlest shift into a new season. The smells, the colors, the flavors. All of it. I wore a sweater for the first time in awhile today and I AM NOT SORRY.
Yardstick Art Displays are not only affordable, they’re quick to make and can add a nice pop of color to your existing decor. You can customize them to fit the theme of your house or to your child’s favorite colors.
While I’ve been getting my packing lists ready, I’ve realized there are some items that I don’t typically always have on hand that are necessary to keep in my car for longer road trips. If you’re hitting the open road soon, take these 8 items into consideration while stuffing your car!