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I bet you had to do a double take when you saw the title as “Poop Party,” but you read it right! You may ask yourself who would ever throw a Poop Party? So here is where I step in. It is someone who is desperate at trying to motivate a certain 3.5 year old…

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My boys love Minecraft, so I knew I wanted to do a few different Minecraft things with our elf on the shelf this year. I did this one last night and my boys LOVED it! They laughed so hard. It was actually pretty easy to make too.   First, you need to make a seamless…

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We live in a world full of technology and screens. I actually love technology and I think there is a lot of benefit to having them in the home, but sometimes it’s nice to have a break from screen time and enjoy toys and activities that don’t need to be charged or plugged in. Some…

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There are so many great options for battery free toys for preschoolers! We love electronic free toys because they’re open ended and encourage imagination. Find out more about developmental toys and why we love them so much here. This is a list of our favorite electronic free toys that are great gift ideas for Christmas or…

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One of my favorite things to do with my kids during Christmas time is to read a different Christmas book with them every night. It is a fun way to get into the Christmas spirit and to get to get excited about the upcoming holiday. I love getting into cozy jammies and wrapping up in…

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Hershey Company. All opinions are 100% mine. My daughter has always loved pugs. I’m not quite sure how that happened because we don’t own a pug and she doesn’t know anyone who owns a pug, but it happened. She started collecting pug stuffed…

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We live in a world full of technology and screens. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that, in fact, I think it’s pretty awesome, but sometimes it’s nice to have a break from screen time and enjoy toys and activities that don’t need to be charged or plugged in. Battery free toys encourage and…

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We’ve been trying to have a weekly game night at our house and we are loving it! I feel like my kids are growing up way too fast so it’s been very therapeutic to laugh and make memories with them every week. Even though they are growing up faster than I would like it is nice…

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With kids heading back to school and the holidays just right around the corner, we find ourselves wanting to encourage our kids to explore and enjoy as much time outside in nature as possible. During the summer, it feels like nature is our number one best friend. Take the kids to the park, send them…

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kids II. All opinions are 100% mine. Screen time is taking over more than ever before, yet with a little direction you can increase imaginative play for your children with these easy tips! 1. Tell stories. Stories connect us through generations, whether you are…

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