Because, Toys“R”Us just released its annual Differently-Abled Guide, an easy-to-use toy selection guide that matches specific skill sets with a wide range of everyday playthings. Thumbs up!
Still out of school and looking for activities? Instead of visiting your local firehouse visit your local police station.
Are you going all out this year or is ‘less is more’ your mantra? I share my three “essentials” for back-to-school.
What makes you think of summer? The local County Fair is definitely one of the things for us.
Where did the summer go? Some children are going back to school within the next two weeks. Aaaaaaiiiiieeeee. After you have gotten over that shock, read along to start preparing you and your family for the new school year.
This easy project is great to have handy for a too-hot or rainy day. And, yes it is perfect for the very young. No scissors or glue necessary.
Recycle last night’s take-out container into today’s top fashion! This super simple craft is fun for kids and stylish enough to wear out on the town.
There’s no need to dread The Talk. We’ve got some advice, but would love to hear your pearls of been-there-done-that wisdom.
How’s it been in your neck of the woods? For us, June felt like April with all the rain showers. Summer birthdays are supposed to mean outdoor parties. But what do you do if it rains?
Getting ready to hit the road? These are some goods to keep the kids entertained whether you’re traveling by train, plane or automobile.
Now that heat waves are spreading throughout the country, you’re headed to the beach or the lake, right? Have the kids pick-up some rocks and turn them into glow-in-the-dark fun.
As we mentioned before July is the most popular birthday month of the year. So, it only makes sense that we continue to hold your hand through this oh so difficult (not!) process.
July is the most popular month of the year for birthdays. Are you celebrating soon with a child? We’ve got some fun ideas for celebrating your little one’s BIG day.
Now that schools are closing for the summer, you’re probably itching for ideas for handling all the artwork that has been sent home. We love this idea and it keeps your young ones busy.
Basic and invaluable advice for parents on kids’ personal safety.
When parenting, although it may seem like rewards and bribes are identical twins there are ways to tell the difference, and it’s an important distinction.
Get outside and discover nature. A new online tool helps you narrow it down to activities that are age appropriate and in your own area.
You can score some great vintage finds for your kids’ dress-up closet all whilst enjoying the eye candy at a great antiques fair.
With the warmer weather consider attending international festivals to introduce your children to the music, dance, games and FOOD of different cultures.
As summer vacation rolls in, we’re keeping our eyes open for activities to keep little hands busy. We’re big fans of pre-packaged DIY kits. To us it means you’re more likely to get crafty.