As always, thanks for linking up at Stress-Free Sunday! So many great ideas were shared at last week’s link-up! Today I’m excited to feature those focused on outdoor fun for children.
This is my 200th post, so I wanted to “spend” it on celebrating my kiddo. He turned 6 today, and I can hardly believe it! He invited a small group of friends over to celebrate with us, and we all had a blast.
I have over 500 Facebook likes and over 30,000 page views since February! To celebrate those facts, I’ve decided to host my first every giveaway! I’m rather nervous about it, so take it easy on me. 😉 This is the Snuggle Up with a Good Book & a Cup of Coffee giveaway! The prizes are aKeep Reading
Last week, Engineer and I had a lot of fun during Screen-Free Week. My goals for the week were: Keep Engineer engaged in screen-free activities all week Allow Engineer to seek out his own screen-free entertainment Come up with a plan to pare down our screen time (for after Screen-Free Week) Limit MY screen timeKeep Reading
There were TONS of great link-ups at last week’s Stress-Free Sunday! Thanks to all of you who stopped by to share. Today’s features are all book-inspired activities for kids. If you’re familiar with Fun-A-Day, you know I’m rather partial to books and fun activities to extend them:
To begin with, if you’re the mama of one of my preschool students . . . walk away! I mean it! Close this post and come back later. Well, at least pretend you didn’t see it. Act surprised, okay? Now that that’s out of the way, I want to share how to make a fingerprintKeep Reading
Breaking the cycle of abuse – it can be done I’m happy to be joining up with 21 other blogging mamas for a Mother’s Day blog hop. The goal of this mama blog hop is to celebrate the diversity found within motherhood. It’s also meant to focus on how we can support each other asKeep Reading
Ever since Engineer and I experimented with our Multi-Sensory Colorful Explosions, he’s been dying to break out the Jell-O powder again. We’ve messed around with different variations of that experiment, but he wanted to come up with something new to do. One day when Girly-Girl was over, I suggested using the gelatin powder to paintKeep Reading
I am so excited to be partnering with The Educators’ Spin On It and other fabulous blogs from the Kids Blogger Network for Screen-Free Week! I hope you can take the challenge with us and unplug from April 29 through May 5. If you’d like more information, please check out Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood’sKeep Reading
Tomorrow is the first day of Screen-Free Week, and I’m jumping on the bandwagon! To be honest, I’m a little scared of how the week will go, since we are definitely reliant on “screens” around here. That’s not to say that we watch television all the time at my house. However, it is nice toKeep Reading