Whether you’re working on learning the letter “D” for dinosaur with your little one or you simply have a child that loves anything t-rex, I hope that you find these coloring pages fun and helpful!
Making memories with your own family doesn’t have to be another stressor in your schedule during the Christmas season. Simple traditions can help you to prioritize your family and create moments to treasure or laugh at for years to come!
If you’re stuck trying to come up with chore chart ideas for preschoolers or just need a weekly chore chart for tracking, download and print this free printable chore chart for 4 year old or 5 year old kiddos.
If you’re shopping for good gifts for a 4 year old, this post is a list of my recommendations! Some are items we or another family member actually purchased for our daughter and some are just items that I know she loves or would love at her current age.
As our daughter is just weeks away from turning 4, I’m looking back at the last year and want to share with you a breakdown of her 3 year old daily routine. The breakdown includes details about her adjusted and shortened nap times, explanation about activities that we did on a weekly basis, and some notes about snack and meal times.
In this post, I want to share with you some of the activities that we have done over the past two months to make the most of being at home each day. If you are looking for new ways to entertain a toddler at home for a morning, day, weekend, or even weeks, it’s my hope that these ideas inspire you with some of your own!
Today was a cold rainy day for us and while our area is on stay at home orders I’ve been trying to think up some creative new ideas to keep the kids entertained (and hopefully keep us all from going stir-crazy!).
In this post, I’m going to share with you step by step how we created beads and made necklaces from supplies that you probably have laying around the house. Even my 1 year old enjoyed participating!
Toddler smoothies can be a great way to get vegetables into a little one's diet because, let's face it, toddlers are TOUGH to get veggies into. If they don't pretend to gag on a veggie that you serve they may throw it on the floor, whine and cry about it for half an...