The other day when the temperature was in the 60s, my youngest boys and I spent a lot of time outside drawing with chalk. We decided to join others across the state and country by creating an inspirational message for our neighbors, delivery drivers and anyone who may happen to walk by.
While this is a simple Easter craft, it lets the family get creative with very minimal supplies and mess! Kids of all ages can participate and it makes for fun, holiday decor, too!
To celebrate the DVD release of this popular show, one lucky reader will receive an adorable Let’s Get Cooking Fairy Treat Kit. The kit includes the new DVD, the show’s “magic whisk”, fairy wings and an ice cube tray.
Like many, when it comes to holiday traditions, we have our favorites. There are things my family and I do year after year that are can’t miss during the season. But, we welcomed a new tradition this year at Mystic Aquarium. They recently opened a first-ever nighttime experience called Northern Lights.
We’re about to close out a decade and start a new one and it has me thinking of all of the things I want to do during these next 10 years with my kids. We all know how fast it goes by so it’s important to set goals for yourself and write it all down.
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!