A fun way to add a little winter play into your day is to set up a chilly arctic small world sensory bin! Using Epsom salt as the filler you can get some beautiful sparkly snow, then add in some polar animals and some ice crystals for good measure, and your all set!Continue reading “How to make an Arctic Small World Sensory Bin”
2020. What a Year.
Everyone and their neighbor and their grandma have something to say about this year and there is certainly plenty to talk about. Its a year for the record books for sureContinue reading “2020 Recap : Plenty of Gems for our Yearly Family Update”
Our Gingerbread sensory bin is so simple and so cute! Using some white rice, some ingredients from the cabinet, and a few holiday candies I made this super fun invitation to play and it went over wonderfully!Continue reading “How to Make a Gingerbread Sensory Bin for Simple Holiday Fun!”
Our Baby Led Weaning Gear gets used every day and is honestly some of the more used baby gear we own. Bean is my second babe to BLW (baby led wean) and as such we have developed a few preferences. I thought I might save you the time and hassle of trying every suction plate on the market (hot tip…none of them REALLY suction perfectly) and share our Baby Led Weaning gear guide with you!Continue reading “Must-Have Baby Led Weaning Gear Guide”
Everyone always says the newborn days are the best. I might beg to differ. The 6-9 month milestones are just SO much fun!Continue reading “6-9 Month Milestones and Baby Bean Update”
The holiday season seems like it is on everyone’s mind, myself included. Here is my 1 year old gift guide for the Holiday 2020 season. This guide is geared to the brand new 1 year olds. Miss Bean turns one at the beginning of February, so most everything on her list is geared to future use and she will grow into it!Continue reading “1 year old Gift Guide : Holiday 2020”
The holiday season seems like it is on everyone’s mind, myself included. Here is my holiday 2020 3 year old gift guide. This guide is geared to the 3 going on 4 crew and even more specifically to full time at home preschooler so it also has plenty of fun learn at home items!Continue reading “Holiday 2020 : 3 year old Gift Guide”
Our Halloween Toy rotation is filled with lots of orange, plenty of halloween themed loose parts and more pumpkins than a 3 year old can count!
I love a good theme. I find reasons to do themes all the time and holidays are just kind of a no brainer! A Halloween toy rotation is super fun because you have lots of things you can use as inspiration! You can draw on all things spooky, play with plenty of pumpkins, or just a simple color pallet of orange white, and black!Continue reading “A Halloween Toy Rotation adds Spooky Fun to your Playroom!”
Our Pony and Oatmeal Sensory Bin is such a big hit around here that this is actually the third time we’ve done this set up and Bitty loves it every time! I knew I wanted some kind of farm-themed sensory bin this week as we are currently learning about farms in preschool.Continue reading “Pony and Oatmeal Sensory Bin Small World Play”
I wanted to share with you all our updated daily routine of a stay at home mom, a three-year-old, and a seven-month-old. Naptimes and Snacktimes. Bandaids and Potty Breaks. And Plenty of snuggles and love. That’s what makes up our daily routine.Continue reading “Daily Routine with a Baby and Toddler”