It’s time to celebrate all those amazing Dad’s out there! I’ve been blessed with a wonderful Father and fantastic husband. He is so dedicated to our family and always up for any adventure we throw his way. We sure love him. Enjoy the free printable above by clicking on the picture to save and print.
My Mom always had this quote up in our bathroom growing up and now I have it in ours. It always cracks me up! Here is a link to this printable if you would like one also! 🙂
I love to hear my sweet kiddos singing this song. I printed it and put it up in both of their rooms. What better reminder could anyone have? If you would like a copy you can find one here.
Does it seem like you are bombarded with paper once the school year starts? It does for me. It seems like every year the kids bring home tons (and I do mean tons) of ‘priceless’ memories. I’m pretty sure we’ve cut down our own rain forest with the amount of papers we get each… Read More
This was such a fun activity, the kids loved creating their own tiny rock village! We collected varying sizes of river rock, washed them and painted them with acrylic paint. Mimicking those cute miniature Christmas villages, we had our own little Christmas in July. The kids came up with a city hall, barber shop, skyscraper,… Read More
Whenever we have lots of crayons stubs that are too small to use, we gather them up and make crayon cakes. The kids love to do this. What you’ll need: crayons (I use broken ones, but you could use new ones) glitter (optional) muffin tin (one that you don’t mind getting a little crayon on.… Read More
Kids love experimenting with sand. Because it is naturally tactile, sand is a perfect way for children explore colors and patterns, of course they don’t care about that, they just want to have fun! Here is an easy art project the kids love…in the back yard (hint, hint). To introduce the activity we watched this… Read More
On an especially trying night (and sometimes in the middle of the day…hello Spring Break!), when my kids have been very full of life and my patience is wearing thin, I make a batch of this and let the kids take a good long bath full of creativity! Kids can have fun making a huge… Read More
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light not our darkness that frightens us. We ask ourselves ‘who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? Your are a child of God.… Read More
A little boy means a scrape on the knee, mud on his face and collecting bugs in the garden!