When I first thought about starting a blog, I knew I wanted it to be “Real”. I didn’t want to portray an Instagram-ready, picture-perfect mom life…These photos are my real life. My highlights. My mundane. My crazy. I hope they make you smile.
This colorful homemade playdough is great for young kids! It is easy to make, non-toxic, and, when properly stored, lasts 3-6 months.
When I was a child, I loved the 4th of July. It was like Christmas in July for me. Not because of the parades or the cookouts. It wasn’t the sparklers or even the fireworks. It certainly wasn’t the independence or freedom we had as Americans (although perhaps it should have been!) The 4th of July was special because it was the one day…
I LOVE summer! I love spending my summer days exploring the beach, swimming in the pool, and enjoying picnics at the park. And there is nothing better than some juicy watermelon on a hot summer day! This summer, I’ve been working hard to incorporate God’s Word into each day. Why not learn a Bible Memory Verse while swimming in the pool? It’s the perfect way to have fun AND learn God’s Holy Word.
Father’s Day is around the corner! Are you looking for something cute for your child to make for Dad? Fun Homemade Father’s Day Gifts are the way to go! Design a special “We Love Dad” Coffee Mug for an easy, creative and practical present kids can make!
Summer is almost here! If you’re like me, you’re looking for awesome family adventures without breaking the bank! Well, look no further. Here are 5 ways to have fun summer adventures on a budget.
Raddish is an interactive cooking kit that arrives in the mail each month. It gathers families in the kitchen to cook and learn together while instilling self-confidence, independence and healthy eating habits.
In just the same way as play is crucial to our children’s physical, social, emotional and cognitive development, faith-based play is crucial to our children’s spiritual development. Faith-based play creates an opportunity for children to learn about God, practice their faith, and discover holy moments in their lives.