After holding two other first birthday parties, I now know what worked for me and what didn’t. My goal was to actually be able to enjoy it and not feel like the caterer. Here are some easy tips to keep in mind when planning a birthday party for kids.
From all the posts I’ve been seeing on social media, it seems like everyone was at Comic-Con in California. This weekend, fans at San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H were treated to a special look behind the scenes of STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS.
If you’re trying to picture what an indoor trampoline park looks like, imagine a massive room with tons of trampolines divided into individual squares, to form one GIANT jumping surface. With even more trampolines lining the walls, it’s an adrenaline junkies’ dream. Or the dream of an active two-year-old like my son!
It’s that time of year when my children want to play outside ALL DAY LONG. With three small kids in tow, I try to keep them entertained for longer than a few minutes. If it were up to them, they would just run around the yard screaming and chasing each other. You can find me trailing behind.
If I can get a babysitter for my three biscuits this summer, I’m taking my hubs to the movies to see Marvel’s Ant-Man in July. I love me some Paul Rudd.
My middle guy just tried the SwimWays Baby Spring Float last weekend and it was a game changer for him. At first he was unsure of what was happening. But then he realized he was safe and started moving his legs. It was the cutest thing!
I thought of this idea when I was in my attic searching for all of my Easter decorations. I was wondering what else I could do with all of the plastic eggs leading up to the holiday.
When it came time to plan my two year old son’s birthday party I knew it had to revolve around cars. My son carries little cars and trucks with him everywhere. Sometimes even to bed! Car was one of his first words, so it was a no brainer to use Disney’s Cars as the theme for his big celebration.
Summer is a great time to catch up on reading or to start good reading habits with your children. My daughter and I have been spending our afternoons reading new books, as that’s our special time together because my 17-month-old is napping.
If you have a toddler or young child and watch Disney Junior, then you’ve definitely heard of Singer/Songwriter Genevieve Goings. My 3-year-old loves her and Choo Choo Soul and we both know a lot of her songs by heart.
When I found out my daughter and I could send a letter to Mickey Mouse and friends to receive an autograph in return, I knew it would make her day!