The rainy season and school break is upon us. At Alpha Mom we have plenty ideas for the crafty. So, we thought it would only be fair to present some for the not so-crafty. Enjoy!
If Valentines Day for kids is all about love cards for friends and family, then St. Patrick’s Day is all about being pinned and proclaiming oneself to be Irish for the day. We’ve found some of the most adorable St. Patty’s Day pins out there.
We found an instructional video of the most adorable young chef demonstrating his technique for making Challah French Toast. Perfect for the weekend.
Never seem to have anything green to wear for St Patrick’s Day? Here is a simple craft to dress up a plain white t-shirt for girls or boys. Too cute!
We are delighted by the creative genius we found around the web when it comes to ideas for St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes. Hopefully, it will inspire you as well.
Throughout the United States there are statues of iconic TV sitcom characters waiting to be discovered by you and your family. Guess which ones are out there and where.
“Look Mommy! There’s a dog over there! Can we go pet it? Can we, can we, can we puh-leeeeze??” There are some rules of engagement you should learn first that will keep everyone involved happy and safe.
We found some great manufacturers of cool that give factory tours. Have you been on one? Can you add to our list?
Don’t forget tomorrow is not only Mardi Gras, but also National Pancake Day. We give you the skinny on how to get FREE pancakes all day long.
We have a list of some of the most interesting, offbeat and unusual museums to visit with your kids. Know of one not on our list? Do tell.
Take a moment and celebrate today with a look at the country through children’s eyes and what they are hoping from our current president.
Raising a family with lots of boys? A mom of four boys shares her secrets for survival and enjoying the ride.
When you see how easy these paper flowers are to make, you will find yourself putting all the little hands in your house to work.
Oooh, little heart bean bags. Perfect for a game of Valentine Tic Tac Toe. Or, juggling. We’re crafty like that.
Spread the love with these recycled Valentine’s Day flowers.
A fabulous tradition to start during these cold months. Brrr. We tell you our favorite board games. Now it’s your turn.
That’s right you can make an ice-skating rink in your own backyard.
Stuck indoors? Got cabin fever? Use this as a time to show your kids how they can join the circus one day.
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