Do you ever sit down to work on a small project, either for work or for fun, and quickly realize that it is not a small project at all? That’s what happened to me when I sat down to round-up some activities for my
The mom guilt thing is no joke, you guys! Pair it with all the judgments we receive from other moms, and we can become emotional self-hating messes.
For better or for worse, messy play and getting dirty is a part of childhood. Activities like digging in the mud, painting, or playing with sensorial materials.
I’m a big reader. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved escaping into children’s books and then novels. Tolkien, Steinbeck, Vonnegut, those guys were there for me.
As a teacher, I’ve received many handprints, footprints, and fingerprints on crafts and gifts.
I honestly love them all.
You can often tell the child that dressed themselves: They’re wearing a superman t-shirt backward, 3 different skirts layered on top of each other, and mismatched leggings with rainboots.
I’ve always loved inspirational quotes, and I often share graphics with them on my Instagram. I thought it would be fun to round up some of my favorite quotes on fun and playful living in one place.
“Experiences over things” is all the rage these days. Apparently, millennials are doing it and scientists are studying it.
OK, I am legit learning things researching for these round-up posts. Did you know that reindeer and caribou are different names for the same animal? I had no idea.
The holiday season is definitely a festive time of the year. Trees and menorahs, family and friends, gifts and parties, treats and feasts.