What can you do with a few sheets of construction paper, a whole puncher, stickers and some left over ribbon? My four-year old son and I found a great way to make some easy Valentine's together to decorate our windows. We needed something fun to do together, so I ransacked my craft area and brought ... Read More about Valentine Decorations – So Easy Your Preschooler Can Make Them!
My first-born was an October baby. Many people who also had babies born during the fall or winter season, felt the need to warn me about how lonely I was about to be being a stay-at-home mom. I was told that I would be going stir-crazy in my own home. And they were right...well almost! I ... Read More about Got The Stay-At-Home Mom Blahs? You Need To Be Doing This!
Baby, it's getting cold outside! Winter is finally upon us and although the days are shorter with days ending in darker sooner than the warmer months, it can still seem like a long day if I don't have some activities to keep my preschooler busy. I wanted to share with you some activities my older ... Read More about Craft Ideas to Keep Little Ones Busy
Hello friends, fellow mom/dad bloggers and new readers! It's a new year and thus a new challenge for me! I have decided to participate in a 'blog every day for a month' challenge. The blog challenge can be found here at the The Ultimate Blog Challenge. I don't know about you, but blogging can be ... Read More about The Challenge of Blogging
Happy New Year my friends! A new year is laid out in front of us. Are you ready to make this your year? I have so much I want to get done this year, but yet, I am feeling overwhelmed as well. I have many thoughts on what I want my resolutions to be but I have also learned to take it slow. To ... Read More about SMART Goals for 2016
Cooking is a way of life. It's a skill everyone should know how to do and this is why I try to get my boys involved in cooking whenever possible. Cooking up scrambled eggs, mixing batter in a bowl, or even cutting vegetables into smaller pieces. They love to help cut up vegetables but ... Read More about The Best Knife for those Little Hands
Snow! Whether you love it or hate it, one fact is for sure, if you live in New England, snow is a way of life! And since hibernating through winter is not an option, then it's best to make the most of it. In my home, I have avid skiers. They wish for lots of snow with the hopes to take many day ... Read More about Almost that time of year – Boston Ski Expo!
Email - it can contain a wealth of information yet it is also a huge time waster. Sorting through numerous daily emails trying to find the important 'to you' only type emails stuck within the folds of various "Sales" and "Twitter feeds" and "Facebook updates" emails. When I recently came back ... Read More about Save Time in your Email
Summer time means reading time in our home! You can pay retail price for e-books or you can get them for cheap or free which is what I love to do! You can also find books you didn’t know existed, including both adult and kid books as well! Also, once you purchase the ... Read More about 12 ways to get E-Books for Free
On a whim, I one day purchased a box of glass marbles. At first thought when I took them out of the bag at home, I was thinking, I must be out of my mind to bring 60 marbles into the house with two active boys. This could only lead to chaos - complete mayhem. I imagined the marbles being ... Read More about Marbles – Math or Mayhem?