Summers are for going to the pool.
They’re for taking family hikes and canoe trips.
They’re for campfires and friends and sparklers.
But none of those things can happen without one very important ingredient.
Summer cannot happen without COFFEE.
At least at my ho
Growing up, my summers were spent outside.
All the kids in our neighborhood would come together for games of Capture the Flag, Ghost in the Graveyard and kickball (to name a few).
I wouldn’t go inside until I heard my Dad’s whistle, which signaled that dinner was ready and I would need to come
The past few weeks have been spent brainstorming Father’s Day ideas with the kids.
Miles suggested we rent out the Reds stadium and have a family baseball game.
Alice suggested that we fly out West to take him skiing.
Simon suggested that we buy him a helicopter so he could get home fro
Chore charts can get your kids excited about completing tasks and keep them on track with their responsibilities. We’ve rounded up some of the best chore charts, from fun DIY projects to simple printables.
Chore Charts for Kids
Pick-a-Chore by Clean Mama
Cookie Sheet by Craftaholics
All three of my kids have seasonal allergies. The boys are considered severely allergic to a lot of things (and that’s not even counting Simon’s food allergy.) And my daughter is considered to have moderate seasonal allergies.
While I’m not surprised that my kids have allergies (Even Steven
The end of the school year is approaching – does your child have a special teacher you would like to thank?
We’ve put together a list of 20 fantastic gift ideas (with several DIY ideas sprinkled into the mix)!
1. Check out these chalkboard coasters – genius!
2. This summer care packag
Only four American Girls existed when I received an American Girl doll, Samantha, for my birthday. I think I just aged myself.
Now, there are countless books and even more accessories. And they can be expensive; unless you DIY them!
We’ve rounded up 60 American Girl Doll crafts and ideas, sur
I honestly don’t remember the gifts, or the parties, or even what birthday cakes I had when I was growing up.
What I remember and cherish are the little things my parents did that helped make my birth DAY truly one-of-a-kind for me.
That’s why I love these 30 ways to make birthdays special (th
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I still vividly remember the fear I felt when I brought my first baby home from the hospital. He was so little, and I just couldn’t believe that anyone would trust us with a real, live baby.
I really think I only survived those first few m