Mother’s Day 2020 celebrations are going to look a bit different than years past. With many areas still under stay-at-home orders and most public places closed, it might be challenging to show the special moms in your life how much you care. So, I put together some tips on celebrating Mother’s Day at home during coronavirus!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know Blair has been taking dance for several months now. Of course, as a newly-minted dance mom, one of my first responsibilities was finding her a cute dance outfit! I fell in love with the Plum tutus, but not with the price tag. Especially for little kids who grow so fast! I found a seller on Amazon with great tutus inspired by the Plum tutus, so today I’m sharing the info with you!
The highlight of our weekend was spending Saturday morning at Chuck E. Cheese! (Well, that and finding out that the Chiefs are going to the big game!) Did you know the Kansas City locations serve breakfast now? We had a blast checking out the Chuck E. Cheese breakfast, and I’ve included all the details for you in this post!
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!
This is my second year of being the Room Mom for Colton’s preschool class. My main responsibility is party planning, which I know can be daunting. As we approach Halloween this year, I wanted to share my preschool Halloween party plans for those of you embarking on this same room parent journey!