The snow has finally arrived and the kids have loved it. They have been enjoying snowball fights, snow forts, and snow angels but it’s also great for letting out your creative side. You have probably heard of painting snow but have you tried using snow as paint?
I love decorating for the holidays but I’ll be honest I’m not very crafty. I look and click and pin fabulous ideas I find from other bloggers (you can see a few pinned on our Christmas Craft Ideas board) but I never feel I have the skill to complete some of these ideas. If you are like me, then I have the perfect craft for you. A 5-Minute Christmas Wreath.
Being from a military family, Remembrance Day always had a special meaning when growing up; everyday visual reminders surrounded us. But as that generation of first hand experiences and stories pass away, we need to make an extra effort to remember and teach our kids to remember.
Halloween may only be one night but you can celebrate with your kids by working on crafts together. We've collected a handful to keep you busy.
Whether your child is starting preschool or moving into grade school, the first day of school is a big occasion, for parents and kids alike. We found a few clever ideas on making that first day memorable from some very talented moms.
It’s a hard reality for parents but you can’t stop time. All those wonderful moments known as life go from the future to the present and off into the past in a fleeting moment. I think that’s why I love taking pictures. It’s an attempt to capture a moment to share and preserve what will one day be a memory. I’m no photographer but Jennifer Pearson is and at a Panasonic LUMIX event she shared some great tips on how to take good pictures.
As parents, many of us have concerns about the environment as it pertains to our kids and their future. We make efforts at home through small measures of going green but it’s also important to teach our children about the relationship we have with the Earth and to respect the environment around us.
Winter is in full swing. Now kids can see just how much snow is on the ground with this fun craft that was inspired by Pink and Green Mama. Instead of being a small snowman ruler, we made ours an actual stake for the ground and used Arctic creatures for inspiration.
You’ve bought the gifts and the stocking stuffers, now the wrapping begins! But all those people on your gift giving list can mean a lot of boxes to wrap. The paper looks nice under the tree or when you present it to a friend but how long is the gift going to stay wrapped? If you think all that paper is wasteful, there are more environmentally friendly ways to present your gifts. Below are just a few ideas.