Whether your child has autism or special needs, or just needs a calming activity, these sensory activities are perfect for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
Enjoy these 10 great sensory activities for 2 year olds that require minimal supplies!
10 Sensory Activities for 2 year olds
When hello products asked me to share our #BrushtimeConfessions – all of the crazy things we’ve said to our kids to get them to brush their teeth – I was honestly a little stumped.
Don’t get me wrong. We have certainly had our fair share of parenting issues with these three crazy kids.
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Summer at our house means a lot of things.
My kids have more toys than I care to admit. And while they play with most of them, our toy organization leaves a lot to be desired. Luckily, the internet is full of creative mamas with great ideas to help me organize toys!
10 Creative Ways to Organize Toys
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My oldest son is eight years old, which means that I have 10 summers left with him before he heads off for college.
And that is counting the summers during his teenage years, when people tell me that he’ll want to hang out with his friends more than me. SOB!
It’s times like these that
Let me start with a disclaimer that, of course, all Mother’s Days are special. Year after year the macaroni necklaces, cards leaking glitter, and burnt toast smothered in four quarts of grape jelly (served to you in bed by sticky fingered children) all show how special you are to your little crew.
My kids and I have been enjoying Curious George for as long as I can remember being a mom. So when we learned that we could watch all 9 seasons of Curious George – now streaming only on Hulu – we were jumping for joy!
Curious George is an animated series based on the popular books by Margret
I’ve mentioned this before… my kids are growing up at an alarming rate.
My oldest is rushing full throttle towards turning 9 in the fall, and my youngest can spell POOP with 100% accuracy. (A fact which makes his siblings VERY proud!)
I used to think that my years of having serious talks
It’s no secret that I love IKEA.
From perusing their catalog to shopping in person at the store, IKEA is my go-to place for design inspiration.
My kids love to play at the play area, and I love to wander around and get ideas.
And don’t even get me started on the fact that it’s prett