Did you play baby shower games, or are you planning to?
Here are a few links to websites offering free, or a minimal amount, on fun baby shower games.
Spring Break season is upon us. Some of the top activities for spring season are:
1) Stay-cation – Enjoy the sights, sounds and activities of your own city or somewhere close by! Visiting museums, parks & playgrounds are at the top.
2) Beach Vacation – Whether you travel across the country, or around the world, visiting the beach with family is a local hotspot for families!
3) Theme Parks – Disney World, Universal Studios, Six Flags & More…theme parks are visited by thousands during the week of Spring Break!
4) Skiing – Finish out the winter season with a ski vacation. Many families flock to the slopes to enjoy the final fun of snow & sun!
5) Home Is Where It’s At – Board games, front yard baseball, family barbecue, and more! Many find the comforts of home just as relaxing as leaving town. Many choose to turn off electronics, and let nature be their guide!
What are you doing for Spring Break this year? Share with us!
Do you have an Elf on the Shelf? Our family does. Jingle will be joining us from The North Pole beginning this Friday. I’ll be sure to share his adventures while he visits our family with all of you! <3
This is a lovely keepsake that you will treasure for years! I love doing this with my kids. Always have. <3
Brown, orange, red and yellow paint
How to make:
Paint your child’s palm brown. Paint their fingers different colors – red, orange or yellow.
Press their painted hand onto the paper to make your turkey handprint.
When the handprint is dry, use markers to add an eye, feet, a waddle and a beak to the handprint to turn it into a turkey.
40 Amazing Art Projects for Halloween
Love, love this little website for art projects and spooky decorations for Halloween! Lots of different ideas for many different ages. Check it out!
1 1/2 cups raw whole pumpkin seeds
2 teaspoons butter, melted
1 pinch salt
Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
Toss seeds in a bowl with the melted butter and salt. Spread the seeds in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake for about 45 minutes or until golden brown; stir occasionally.