Are you looking for some yummy Halloween treats to share with your kids without feeding them junk food non-stop? Below is a great list of healthy Halloween snacks perfect for Halloween class parties or for you and your kiddo to enjoy at home on Halloween day (or all month long)! Keep reading for some great healthy Halloween snacks for kids! Continue reading “15 Tasty and Healthy Halloween Snacks for Kids”
Are you looking for a fun Halloween sensory activity to entertain your toddler or preschooler? Look no further! This Witch’s Brew sensory activity is the perfect Halloween activity for your kids. Bonus: you can add in math and literacy easily while still having a blast!
Christmas is an exciting time for kids with all kinds of traditions, visits and fun. But after Christmas stretches a looooong cold winter. With snowstorms and sub-arctic temperatures, kids are cooped up inside with a ton of energy. A recipe for disaster, right? Well moms, there is a solution. Add a few of these awesome indoor energy burning toys toys to your kiddo’s Christmas gifts and they will be burning off that extra energy in no time, with no damage to your house! Continue reading “Indoor Energy Burning Toys for Kids”
One question that is constantly on every new mother’s mind is is my baby getting enough breast milk? Even worse, there are several signs that can have you doubting your milk supply, but do not actually indicate you have a problem with your milk supply. Read on to learn about these false warning signs that you are not producing enough milk. Continue reading “Am I Producing Enough Milk? 5 Myths About Milk Production”
This Thanksgiving turkey craft for preschoolers is a fun way to prepare for and celebrate Thanksgiving with your little ones! This craft is a great way to explore colour mixing with your preschooler or toddler, and it is so much fun! Read on for instructions. Continue reading “Tie-Dye Thanksgiving Turkey Craft for Preschoolers”
This Halloween bin is the perfect sensory activity for toddlers and preschoolers! Your little ones will love exploring this Halloween sensory bin. The materials are affordable and set up couldn’t be easier. A win for moms who love Halloween activities (and even those of us who don’t )! Continue reading “Halloween Sensory Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers”
Halloween is coming and if your kids are anything like mine, they are dying to get into the season with decorating and crafting up a storm! Here is a great Halloween spider craft to do with your preschooler or school-aged child. This spider craft makes a great decoration, takes NO prep and uses everyday materials. Continue reading “Spooky Halloween Spider Craft”
Are you dreading making the transition out of a swaddle? This is one of the more difficult transitions for moms and babies. Just when your newborn has gotten the hang of sleeping for a few hours at a time, and you’re finally feeling semi-rested (maybe), it’s time to stop swaddling and make a change that could ruin the precious sleep you’re actually getting! Read on to learn when and how to stop swaddling baby and not lose (too much) sleep! Continue reading “How to Stop Swaddling Baby”
Are you looking for a colour-mixing activity, but dread the mess? Look no further. This mess-free colour mixing activity for preschoolers couldn’t be simpler, but still is super fun for little ones! With no prep, simple ingredients you probably already have in your house, and easy clean up, this colour mixing activity is a winner for moms and kids!
Have you jumped on the Busy Box train? A quick search on Pinterest will show you tons of busy boxes toddlers and preschoolers can use. They claim that busy boxes will occupy your child so you can fold the laundry, cook dinner, or do the million other things you need to get done in a day. Maybe you can even have five minutes to put your feet up and rest!
Sounds great, right? But wait, tons of moms are finding that the busy box activities they create actually need a lot of adult guidance and the quiet time they were desperately craving is no where to be found
So what’s a mom to do?. Continue reading “Busy Boxes Toddlers Can Use Independently”