Three Adorable Baby Art Activities
Hello my fellow momma and papa bears, it has been a while. I was pretty busy taking in my whole pregnancy and then the birth of my beautiful baby girl. Now I’m back and ready to share some great ideas with you.
These activities were inspired by my three month old baby as I wanted to do something special for Father’s Day. These art activities are super easy to do and does not require a lot of material. It can also be done for any day of the year as you don’t need a special occasion to have some creative fun. Please note that some of these you may need an assistant to help you or you may want to do them when your baby is asleep.
Eggspiring Easter Hunt For Newborns
Easter egg hunts are fun to do and one that we enjoy doing in our home. With my daughter being three, her understanding of the Easter Egg hunt is impeccable especially if it involves finding chocolate. This makes the preparation for the Easter Egg Hunt easier but with a new addition to the family I had to think of a way to involve her as I would hate for anyone to feel left out (my newborn niece won’t notice but I will). 😉
5 Halloween DIY Decoration Ideas
My niece and I are super excited that fall is finally here and Halloween is the cherry on top of the cake for us! Now that she is three she has a lot more opinions on what she wants to be this year and boy let me tell you how she surprised me with her suggestions. Some of her costume ideas were a zombie, cat and a witch. Not your typical little girl asking to dress up like a princess.
5 Creative DIY Father’s Day Crafts
Dads…The one we call our hero and the one that will do anything to put a smile on our face even through the toughest times. So why not show him how much he is loved and appreciated by making some special crafts with your little one, to give him this Father’s Day.
Here are my top five favorite Father’s Day crafts.
5 Fun Activities For A Rainy Day
Some parents cringe when it starts to rain as they worry about their children having meltdowns from being indoors all day or at the thought of them getting messy in rain puddles. But really there is no need to fear if you can make it a fun day for them and for yourself.
Here are my top five favorite activities to do using simple recycled material that is perfect for a rainy day.
Five DIY Craft Ideas For Mother’s Day
We all depend on her, she is always there for us and is our rock during hard times. Yes I am talking about Mothers! Who would we be without our moms? I can’t imagine my life without mine. Some may say that they are “daddy’s girl”, but I am all “momma’s girl” and damn proud of it. I still remember my mom’s expression every time I presented her with a homemade gift for Mother’s Day. Seeing her so proud and happy with my crafted gift, made me feel like a million bucks.
Easter Activities For Toddlers
It’s that time of year again where you hang up your “mommy” or “daddy” title and become the Easter bunny. I am super excited for this year’s Easter because my niece is now two and half years old and she has a better understanding of going “Easter egg hunting”. I know how much children love chocolate and the headaches parents get with the sugar rush resulting from the chocolate eating (can you say Halloween all over again); therefore, I decided to give my niece a different type of Easter egg hunt. One that will not only keep her entertained but one that will save my sister and brother-in-law from a toddler sugar rush.
Tis the Season for Christmas DIY Projects
The holidays always bring people together and sprinkles a little special magic in the air. So for this holiday season why not do some fun Christmas activities with your toddler.
Christmas Themed Food Ideas
Christmas is probably the number one holiday where people throw big parties with their family and friends. In every great party there is always great food served to keep your guests happy and their tummy’s full. I will share with you my top ten food ideas I like to do for a holiday party.
Simple Trick and Treats for a Friendly Halloween Party!
Throwing a Halloween party can be sometimes a lot of work; however, it can also be a lot of fun. Between playing games, dancing to music or just mingling, your guests will be hungry. I will share with you some of my favorite simple Halloween themed foods and baking goods to have at your Halloween party. These ideas are simply delicious and yet fun to do with your children. Please use your best judgment as to which of these are age appropriate for your toddler or child to participate in.
Scary, Silly or Pretty….OH MY Pumpkins!
Pumpkins also known as Jack O’ Lanterns are often used during the month of October. Whether it’s to decorate the dinner table for Thanksgiving or to put it on your porch for Halloween; pumpkins have been a tradition for many years. There are hundreds of different ways you can decorate or carve your pumpkin, I will name just a few of my favorites that work best for toddlers.
Top 10 Fun Halloween Activities To Do With Your Toddler
In Canada, we typically get together with family and friends for Thanksgiving in October; however, why not start a new tradition this year?!
I am talking about throwing a Halloween party the week or a couple of days before the holiday. It can be a very exciting event! It will help children like the holiday a little more and not think of it as just a scary holiday.