If you follow me on Instagram, you already know we’re cutting back on holiday gifts this year. We don’t have a dedicated playroom, so toys take over our house pretty quickly. In fact, I’ve written before about how to keep kid stuff from taking over your house. This year, we’re requesting more experience gifts for kids instead of toys. Here are some of my favorite ideas!
Plus, scroll to the bottom of this post for a special swim lessons giveaway!
Fan-favorite Target line Hearth and Hand just released the Hearth and Hand Holiday 2018 collection, and it does not disappoint! The Christmas 2018 collection includes gifts galore for everyone on your list–and for yourself, of course. Here are the top picks from the Target Hearth and Hand Holiday 2018 collection…
This weekend, we celebrated our little lady with an Alice in ONEderland Birthday Party for her first birthday. I had lots of fun planning Blair’s Alice in Wonderland themed first birthday party, and now I’m excited to share the details with you!
Two weekend recaps in a row! This is like a record for me. I’m excited to show you what we were up to this weekend… and I have to leave for the kiddos’ swim lessons in like 15 minutes. So let’s make this quick. Here’s our Father’s Day Weekend Recap 2018! P.S., make sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for a Highlights Preschool Prize Pack Giveaway!
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Making Reading Fun for Preschoolers
All parents want their children to have a love of reading, but many of us struggle with making reading fun for preschoolers. Often, little ones want to be up and running around, not sitting still and listening. How can we as parents promote those all-important reading readiness skills while keeping reading from becoming a chore? Here are 5 Easy Ways to Make Reading Fun for Preschoolers!