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Play Day with Grandma

Play Day with Grandma

{Written by: The Mrs.} So last weekend I got to spend the day with my granddaughters. I planned a few holiday activities and we had us some fun.   One of the simplest things my 2 year old granddaughter,  Taylor, and I had fun with was Christmas cookies. I didn’t want to lose her attention with … Continue reading

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Santa Beard Advent

Santa Beard Advent

{Written by: The Mama} I am so proud of myself, I accomplished a craft this weekend. With Taylor being 2 1/2 this year she is finally starting to understand Christmas. I had to get an advent made or purchased stat! I came across this adorable Santa’s beard advent calendar at  Oopsey Daisy . I pulled out my craft … Continue reading

Thanksgiving Busy Activities for Kids

{Written by: The Mama} First off let me say HAPPY THANKSGIVING! This year my husband and I will be taking our kids and spending the holiday with his family. They live in a pretty remote town about 90 miles east of us. Unfortunately, the distance really tears us apart and we don’t get to his parents or … Continue reading

Salt Dough Foot Print Ornaments

Salt Dough Foot Print Ornaments

{Written by: Jen} I wanted to make a footprint project with my girls for Halloween. Rather than just do a painted print of their feet I decided to use salt dough so that I can enjoy them year after year. 2 C. Flour 1/2 C. Salt 3/4 C. Water I mixed together the flour, salt … Continue reading

Moments of Mommyhood

Moments of Mommyhood

{Written by: Jen} I just wanted to leave a quick post today about how amazing it is to be a mom. Everyone out there who is a parent, even a parent to a pet knows what I mean. My girls have truly changed my life. As soon as I became pregnant with my first I … Continue reading

Toddler Quiet Activity

Toddler Quiet Activity

{Written by: Jen} This was a quick and easy project I put together to entertain Taylor while I’m in the kitchen cooking or baking. I took an old formula container (we use the Target Sensitive formula for Molly), and covered it with some construction paper I had and glued it in place. You could also use an oatmeal … Continue reading