Two of the kiddos lost teeth last week. That means that the Tooth Fairy was forced to visit our house twice. Yep. Twice in ONE WEEK. I'm thinking that the Tooth Fairy was getting a little bored with the old "leave the tooth under your pillow" bit - even though we had very cute tooth pillows to keep those teeth in. The Great Tooth Fairy Experiment~ The Great Tooth Fairy Experiment~
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I was inspired by Angie from Creating Our Home for today’s project! And I’m so glad we tried this because it was a huge hit — especially with Kathrynne. All you need is a bag of mini marshmallows and some toothpicks. 4 Weeks of Frugal Family Fun: Marshmallow & Toothpick Structures (Day 5 4 Weeks of Frugal Family Fun: Marshmallow & Toothpick Structures (Day 5
10 Creative Label Crafts for Kids Do you have color-coding labels?? Here are some crafts for the kids to enjoy! Added bonus — no mess! Gumball Machine Birds on a Wire Modern Wall Art 10 Creative Label Crafts for Kids
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Nothing found for 2012 06 03 Make-a-pretend-play-sash-with-badges ?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+skiptomyloublog+%28Skip+To+My+Lou%29&utm_content=Google+Reader I am excited to be offering 30 days of fun crafts to keep kids active and entertained this summer! You won’t want to miss a day of these fun crafts for kids from some amazing bloggers! Please be sure to pay them a visit! Nothing found for 2012 06 03 Make-a-pretend-play-sash-with-badges ?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+skiptomyloublog+%28Skip+To+My+Lou%29&utm_content=Google+Reader
summer craft ideas (part two) summer craft ideas (part two) today's craft: hot rocks what you need: * smooth, flat rocks * crayons (with papers peeled off) * pot holders first step: heat rocks on a foil lined baking sheet at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. second step: using pot holders... lay rocks on newspaper or towels. then decorate with crayons. rocks will be HOT, so be careful. the crayons melt as they touch the hot rocks making the colors bright and fun. trust us. the kids will love this craft!
Toddler games: Finger Touch Tracing – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts Finger tracing!Let your child learn by touching. Take a piece of paper and using a pen punch little hole all over the paper. You can make shapes, numbers, lines, circles, or whatever your child might be learning at the time. Toddler games: Finger Touch Tracing – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts
Cars, trucks, and buses, Oh My! If you have a toddler that loves cars, trucks, more cars, buses, more trucks, and then some more cars, then you might want to try some of these fun activities. You can do them together and learn some letters too! My son has always loved playing with cars, and I love how imaginative he can get with them. We have big cars, little cars, wooden cars, remote controlled cars, and even homemade cars. What does your toddler like to play with? 12 Activities and Games for Toddlers: Cars Theme! – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts 12 Activities and Games for Toddlers: Cars Theme! – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts
DIY compliment bunting DIY compliment bunting I've created a downloadable file for making compliment bunting. When you need to tell someone they're super, this might be just the thing. Use it for birthdays, promotions or when your friend is sad. Everybody likes compliments. By the way, your hair looks very nice today. If you happen to have a Silhouette digital cutter and Adobe Illustrator, it's fun to cut out the letters.
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Okay, so I told you I was a horrible traveler Here when I made the Airplane Bingo for something to do on the plane with the kids. I know myself and knew we were going to need more to do to keep me from fitcheting. And something to keep everything in. I had this planner that I bought in January to keep myself organized. Disney Travel Activity Kit Disney Travel Activity Kit
Toddler Games: Connect the Dots Map Fun! – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts Toddler Games: Connect the Dots Map Fun! – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts Connect the Map Dots! Connecting the dots is the beginning exercise for working on writing letters. Here’s a fun way to introduce the concept to your toddler. Get a map that you don’t mind writing on.
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10 Simple Ideas for Summer Fun with Your Kids Summer is quickly approaching, and you may be looking for ideas on what to do with the kids once they are off from school. Here are some of our favorite kid crafts, activities, and ideas for Summer fun with the kids: 1. DIY Sponge Bombs – perfect for an impromptu sponge bomb bucket toss game!
{Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a PNG to Print} {Click Here for the rest of this series} So… slightly slacker post from me today. I as out of town last week in Alabama and just got back. I prepped this while sitting in the Chicago airport waiting to get on a plane to go home. I posted Beneath the Waves in color last year in June. Mermaid Paper Doll in Black and White- Marisole Monday | Paper Thin Personas
{PDF Download of all four pages for Ethan and his Wardrobe} Confession time: I think men’s clothing is boring. I know I shouldn’t, but I do. Historically speaking, there’s some neat stuff for men, but right now it’s all trousers and shirts and jeans and shirts and suits and maybe some swim trunks and really… that gets old. Meet Ethan… | Paper Thin Personas
A "Mommy & Me Playdate" for Mother's Day Tonya Coleman of Soireé Event Design here… and this time we’re talking about Mother’s Day… you know – the day when all of us moms are celebrated for all that we do all year long! As a busy working mom myself, I actually think Mother’s Day should equal a “day off”! However, when you have small kids, they make you cards at school in anticipation of Mother’s Day and get all excited about spending a special day with you, so my daydreams of quietly soaking in a hot tub and sipping on tea at the spa are probably not going to happen! On the flip side, when you’re busy with work all the time, then a day that you set aside to just focus on and spend time with your kids one-on-one sounds pretty great too! So, this is where the concept of “Mommy & Me Playdate” came from. Imagine you inviting your daughter to “hang out” with you for the day doing girly things.
Creative Organizing This is the fourth post in our series on getting organized for the summer. Click here to read the first, second, and third posts. Now that you have a vision for your summer and you’ve planned out the scheduled events, it’s time to add some fun into the mix. (Woohoo!)
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