Category: Kids’ Corner

Three Non-Candy Halloween Treats (with FREE printables!)

Three Non-Candy Halloween Treats (with FREE printables!)

Looking to skip the candy and sweets this Halloween or participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project for trick-or-treat? Take a look at these easy and affordable non-food treats! Monster Kits Place a party sized Play-Doh, some pom poms, googly eyes and pieces of pipe cleaners […]

A Martial Arts Inspired Birthday Party

A Martial Arts Inspired Birthday Party

My son recently turned 10! It’s still hard for me to believe it’s been a whole decade since our family became complete. For me, my children’s birthdays are very special. Everyone gets to celebrate holidays, but birthdays are their own special day. It’s a day […]

Five Easy Halloween Treats for Kids

Five Easy Halloween Treats for Kids

Nothing’s worse than finding out that you need to provide a classroom snack at the last minute. No need to worry, put together one of these cute and EASY treats using store bought snacks and a few items you probably already have at home! Plus, […]

A Whole New World With Hasbro’s Aladdin Dolls

A Whole New World With Hasbro’s Aladdin Dolls

Already thinking of Christmas gifts for the kids? Have a big Aladdin fan at home? Well if you haven’t already done so, take a look at this unbelievable collection of Aladdin dolls, all inspired by Disney’s live- action version of the film. The dolls are […]

Little Mermaid Inspired Birthday Party

Little Mermaid Inspired Birthday Party

It’s no secret that I absolutely LOVE to throw a well themed party, so when my daughter requested a “pink Ariel mermaid” party for her third birthday, I was more than happy to oblige. I had been waiting for the day that she requested a […]

Quick and Easy Independence Day Festivities

Quick and Easy Independence Day Festivities

I love Independence Day! The bright colors, fireworks and the good food!! I usually spend most of that day in the kitchen and my kids always want to help me. It is not always the easiest thing to have “help” when you’re leveling and stacking […]

Build The Bond

Build The Bond

In the first few weeks with your newborn, navigating your new norm occupies most of the day. It may seem scary but, once you find the groove you will accept and learn to love this new pace. You will start to notice a pattern in […]

Valentine’s Day Themed Activities

Valentine’s Day Themed Activities

Looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day with some fun activities for your little ones? Then scroll down to see a list of some of our favorites! Cutting Hearts What You Need: construction paper scissors Cut a bunch of hearts out of construction paper and draw variations […]

Blog Contributors Wanted

Blog Contributors Wanted

Are you a blogger or know someone that might be interested?? What we’re looking for: Who? Local mom bloggers who love sharing their knowledge and expertise on topics that they know best! Check out our various categories above for examples of what we’re looking for. […]

Camping Sensory Bin

Camping Sensory Bin

Quick, small world camping theme set up based on the book “A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee” by Chris Van Dusen. What you need: Bin Kinetic Sand (or regular play sand) Rocks, pebbles, etc Shredded paper filler (blue to symbolize water) Small toys, figurines, etc. […]