It’s official, parents, you’re kids have been in school for 100 days!! I love school mom projects and celebrating 100 days in school is the perfect reason to break out my Cricut and start crafting. This is an easy one so if you’ve only got a day or two to make it happen, just download my Pokémon 100 Days of School digital cut file and make your very own 100 Days of School Pokémon Shirt. [Read more…]
My son is obsessed with Nutella! If you follow our Instagram stories, you know he eats a peanut butter and Nutella sandwich almost every day! Which is why I knew he’d love these Easy Nuttela Croissants. They’re the perfect afterschool snack or after-dinner treat.
These Easy Nutella Croissants are so easy and delicious that you’ll be thanking me all day. I paired them with a side of fresh fruit and served them as an afterschool snack and my 7-year-old just loved them- we both did! [Read more…]
It’s a new year and I’m looking to make some big changes in my household regarding behavior rules. What we’ve been doing hasn’t been working and I’m fed up with it! I have a seven-year-old that, all of a sudden, seems to be trapped in either a 3-year-old or 13-year-olds’ body. It’s been chaos. We need a change, so I developed this Behavior Chart for Kids in hopes that I can use some of the positive reinforcement tactics I’ve used in the past to help foster good behavior rather than punish bad behavior. [Read more…]
It’s always tough when someone you love is not well. I’ve have always found that a handmade card, especially from a child, is enough to brighten anyones hardest day. My son and I love making homemade cards for birthdays, holidays, and everything in between. Check out our latest super easy and thoughtful DIY Get Well Soon Card he made for his Grandpa. [Read more…]
I you’re looking for a fun and easy game to add to your Pokemon birthday party, check out this DIY Pokemon Bean Bag Toss. It’s quick and inexpensive to make and tons of fun for all Pokémon lovers! [Read more…]
This Lego Volcano Science Experiment is so fun and easy to add to your summer to-do list. It’s the perfect example of a baking soda and vinegar reaction test for Lego lovers. Just grab all your random Legos, some baking soda and vinegar, and you’ve got yourself a nice little science experiment. [Read more…]
You know it’s officially summertime when school is out and you’ve got little growing kids at home eating everything in sight! I love the summer, especially because I get to experiment with new foods and fun snacks. These Chocolate Apple Pops were a total hit and so refreshingly delicious. They’re fun to make with or without your kids and even more fun to eat!
These Chocolate Apple Pops are so easy and fun to make. All you need is melted chocolate and apples! A few fun toppings add some flare but aren’t really needed. Below, I listed a few that I tried and some that I hope to try the next time I make these.
It’s TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK! Today we’re sharing this super cute and fun DIY Crayon Wreath that you and your child can make together to give to your favorite teacher.
If you have kids in school or you’ve ever homeschooled your kids, helped with homework, reading, and projects, then you’ve almost always thanked God (under your breathe, of course) that they’d be going back to school the next day. Or when you’re struggling to teach your kid something you don’t even understand yourself, you’ve almost always thrown your hands up and said (to yourself, of course) “your teacher can show you how to do this!” [Read more…]
Easter is this weekend and I don’t know about you but my little one is counting the days until the Easter Bunny comes. We love to celebrate this joyous day with lots of family time and, of course, egg hunts, baskets overflowing with yummy goodies, and a few fun family activities. I just added this East Bingo to our Etsy shop and it’s on sale so grab it while you can! [Read more…]
This week I’m sharing a special Easter Handprint Card that’s perfect for parents, grandparents, teachers, or any loved ones you wish to celebrate Easter with. Handprint cards are one of my favorite ways to mark the time in a child’s life.