This is a fun crocodile craft that is also pretty easy to make. I wrapped an empty cake box with green paper and my daughter did the rest of the gluing and building. There are a few different variations you could do to this craft to add even more child involvement. You could wrap the […]

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cool Whip. All opinions are 100% mine. I’m so excited to share this no-bake peanut butter Twix pie with you because it was SO good! It’s probably one of the better desserts I’ve ever made and for sure the very best pie I’ve ever made. […]

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My son has been so excited for his Star Wars birthday party this year! Star Wars seems to be EVERY WHERE right now and my two year can even sing the Darth Vader theme song surprisingly well. We had a lot of fun with this party and I hope it inspires you with some ideas […]

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It is natural to feel fear when thinking of giving birth naturally, especially if you live in western culture. In almost every TV show, movie, commercial, or book we are fed the message of fear, pain, and the unknown. I have been there, I totally get it. Even after having given birth naturally twice and […]

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These crafts are perfect for Earth Day, but celebrating the beauty of the earth and doing our part to protect it is something we can do everyday. So these crafts are great for all year long! Click on the link above each photo to find the directions to each project. Don’t forget to pin your […]

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    We thought it would be fun to make an Earth craft since Earth Day is this Friday. This craft was super easy and my daughter thought it was so fun! It kept her entertained and busy for about 30 minutes straight and she loves looking at the final product. Here’s what you need […]

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Art has a way of transporting us into something new and just as a book can take us away to new places a wonderful piece of art can fill us with stories untold. I have vivid memories of staring at art within my own home and one in particular of a family bustling around a […]

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Learning shapes is an important thing for your little preschooler. Learning shapes helps your child with pre-math and geometric skills. It also surprisingly helps with pre-reading and writing skills because letters are shapes themselves. When my daughter started learning her letters we compared many of them to shapes and it helped her remember them. The […]

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  This is a fun craft to make with your preschooler. My daughter loved making her house and choosing the colors she wanted to use. There is minimal prep for this craft and there aren’t a lot of materials needed, which makes it fast and super easy. We made these houses after reading one of […]

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