Thanksgiving fun for little ones

Thanksgiving, is that awkward holiday that most people glaze over to get to the craziness of Christmas and often is missed, especially by children. Explaining the history of Thanksgiving to a child is a daunting task, of course there is the coming together of the pilgrims and Indians, however, the story takes a very non g-rated turn after that event, not to mention that being grateful for blessings doesn’t always come naturally to a child. There are ways to savor the holiday¬†for what it is and make Thanksgiving fun for…

Valentine’s Day ideas, with fingers and toes

  Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and maybe you are still looking for something small but meaningful, to do with your little ones. Over the years I have done different things but when I can, I like to us their hand and foot prints to commemorate. It might seem redundant now, but some day when their hands are as big as ours, we will be glad we took the time! Here are 2 quick Valentine’s Day ideas, with fingers and toes! This little blue Valentine was done when my youngest was…

Ghostly and Delicious Little Toes…Halloween crafts for kids!

  I love making art with my kid’s hand and foot prints, they are only small once and every year they grow. I can imagine someday my boys being men and showing their children how small their hand prints once were compared to the manly size they will become or my daughter tickling her daughter’s toes after showing her how tiny her mommy’s toes once were. Smile ūüôā Last year we made a family Halloween picture with our foot prints, yes when I say family I mean that the kids,…

St. Patrick’s Day fun!

  St. Patrick’s Day, a quirky little holiday that most associate with drinking and leprechauns, however, there is more to the day, which can be a fun holiday with your kid’s, and in my opinion, any day that you can have¬†fun with your little one’s or start new traditions, why not go for it! The night before most holidays, and several nights before at Christmas time, I read a book, or two, associated with the holiday. I usually try for a silly, fun book and a more meaningful story, to…