March isn’t just the month I where the snow starts to melt (yay), oozing into my basement in long streams of water (boo). Only to start snowing again and then melting again, March is the month of spring foolery. No, March is also the month of National Reading! Last year’s National Reading Month coincided with […]
Lots of great debate happening at Wonderland over mani/ pedis for young girls.
It feels like we just got the kids back into school after their holiday break. Then, when we’re all feeling cooped up because it’s 12 degrees outside, the school says, “Here why don’t you entertain them at home for a while.” We decided to try out a photo scavenger hunt because my kids love having […]
On Tuesday I shared all sorts of inspiration for your baby shower planning. Today I wanted to show you some excellent DIY baby shower gifts. I tried to find things which don’t require sewing or any special skills like knitting. Although, in my opinion, you should learn to knit. It’s so relaxing and handmade baby […]
January 20th is National Penguin Awareness Day, a day when you should be come more familiar with the penguins in your life. No, really Penguin Awareness Day is a day to celebrate the penguin. Here are five ways you can celebrate penguins and their waddling cuteness with your little penguin fan. Go here and watch […]
I thought I’d share a little story my family wrote together. The Farmer by The Summers Farmers work very hard planting wheat and tennis rackets. They begin by plowing their puppy and if they don’t have a tractor, they use high heels. Then they plant squishy seeds, and by the next Fall, they have many […]