Since it’s the beginning of the year, and I’m feeling ambitious, I decided to make a new snack to get my kids ready for a full night’s rest. We’re also enjoying a hilarious new bedtime book.
In addition to your typical must-have items for the beach, there are a few tried and true things that I never leave home without.
The gifts I chose for this year’s gift guide are aimed at babies, little kids and your favorite furry four-legged friend. I picked practical, but fun gifts. And with two-day shipping happening at a lot of online stores, you can have gifts delivered and wrapped by the weekend!
I like the idea of interactive Hot Wheels because it’s a new take on a popular toy for kids. It keeps them thinking and can involve the whole family. What a fun way to rev up game night! Osmo Hot Wheels MindRacers is designed for boys and girls ages 7+.
There was a time when my husband and I would travel to New York City two times a year to enjoy the Big Apple. We’d catch a baseball game, a Broadway show or just check out the holiday lights. Any time I find something New York city related, I immediately think of our memories and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.
I always have a snack on hand for school pickup, so my kids can eat it on the way home and have more time to play outside. Some ideas include cheese sticks, cereal bars, granola bars, bananas or apples. If you want to get festive with a snack idea, check out Entenmann’s® Little Bites® Pumpkin Muffins.
After having four kids I’ve become a pro-packer and it doesn’t take me long to replenish my diaper bags’ contents after a day of use. Of course, what’s inside the bag will vary based on how old your child is. But, I thought I’d share my list of diaper bag essentials.
My youngest guy is almost five months old and he has really stepped up his drooling game. He soaks his shirts or bibs within minutes. Because of this, we change his bodysuit quite often throughout the day. Since he’s only drooling on his shirt, that’s the only thing that needs to be changed.