What’s the first thing you do to get ready for going back to school? New school supplies, comfy shoes and healthy snacks are all important. These back to school basics are helpful to check off your list!
Homemade party pennants are super easy to make and you can coordinate colors to match any party theme! I made a cute felt pennant banner in under an hour with just a few supplies; ribbon, felt, a piece of cardboard, scissors, a hot glue gun and a measuring tape. Once the party is over, you can hang the pennant banner in your child’s room or in the playroom to brighten up an everyday space.
Disney On Ice “Dare to Dream” is a fun opportunity to make family memories! This magical show brings Disney’s favorite characters and timeless stories to life in an awe-inspiring live performance on the ice. Find out when Disney On Ice is coming to your area!
Does your child love to create art? Kids will love a Piccuzoo customized storybook that showcases your child’s art within a fun storyline. Upload a handful of photos or scans of your child’s art and the book designers will create a custom story for your child!
When seasons change to colder weather it can be hard on your face and lips. I start applying lotion, lip balm and moisturizers more frequently to combat dryness and irritation. Natural lip tint that is moisturizing is a fun way to add some color while also caring for your lips. I recently tried 3 beautiful lip tint hues that also serve to naturally protect my lips against cold weather and dry air.
Many teenagers are excited to receive their driver’s license on their 16th birthday. While this is a great milestone, it also creates more panic for parents. After all, auto accidents are the highest cause of death for people 15-20 years old. Even if your teen is a great driver, there are plenty of other factors on the road that can cause accidents to happen. If you’re getting ready to allow your 16-year-old to travel the roads unsupervised, here are eight things to do before handing over the keys.
As anyone with kids knows, they can be a mess. Here are five things commonly stained by kids and how you can deal with them.
“Throw Away Packing” is the genius packing technique that leaves plenty of extra space for souvenirs. Your suitcase will have extra room when you throw away old items to make room for the new!
Summer is the perfect time to take your kids to the local theme park! Just slather on the sunscreen, grab your shades and load your kids into the car. We enjoyed visiting Silverwood Theme Park a lot this summer, even with young kids. You can totally plan a fun day out even with children who are still wearing diapers or need naps. These tips can help make it a little easier to take toddlers and young kids to the amusement park!
Fruit is a go-to snack for our family. Recently we tried to dry some of our own fruit with pretty good results! We made dried strawberry slices and homemade banana chips. You can easily make dried fruit too!
This week I took the kids on our first school supply shopping trip. My girls love picking out their own notebooks, folders, pencil pouches, glue sticks, scissors and markers. Back to school shopping makes starting school more exciting! This year my girls needed new school gear, a few new outfits and some basic hygiene essentials. A great hygiene routine is a super smart way to get ready for back to school!