My son just loves to draw. And I love to keep his hands busy particularly if we’re out to a meal where waiting even just a normal amount of time can seem an eternity for a busy boy like mine. Luckily, a friend gifted us with Doodles at Lunch a book filled with 36 tear-out placemats with step-by-step instructions on creating awesome doodles.
Will you be at the BlogHer Conference? (We do hope so!) I’ll be the one on Saturday night eating a McDonald’s cheeseburger and sporting a great bag hat. We’re gonna have our eyes open for the best ones. It’s all about originality and creativity. See our faves from years past.
In a couple of weeks I’ll be heading out for the beach which probably means lots of Mom, I’m bored whines by my seven-year old “busy boy” who is always looking for something new to do. So, I’m starting to round up some lists of my favorite (but, easy-to-execute) crafts and activities. Here are a few that I have been keeping bookmarked to myself, but I want to share. I’ll post some more over the next few weeks.
Last year, I was excited by the new back-to-school designs of the classic backpack maker Jansport. But this year, I’m really loving the smaller and more size-appropriate backpacks for little ones. Whenever I see a preschooler weighed down by an over-sized backpack I resist the urge to run behind him or her. They seem moments […]