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10 Leprechaun Trap Craft Ideas

Have you ever heard of a Leprechaun Trap? This year I am sharing some great fun and easy leprechaun trap crafts for you to make with your kids. This is a cute idea to get kids excited about St. Patrick’s Day, and of course, it is a super fun arts and crafts


7 Things I Thought I Knew About Breastfeeding, But I Was Wrong

It’s not always easy to admit when I’m wrong. Before I became a mom, I thought I knew all about breastfeeding. Heck, I thought I knew all about being a mom too. I didn’t really have anyone to guide me or tell it to me straight. So, I’ve made mistakes while fumbling


Easy Cotton Ball Snowman Craft for Kids

Winter is the time for ice, cozy mittens, and snowmen. Keep the winter doldrums away by making these adorable cotton ball snowmen with your kiddos. You probably have everything you need to make these right at home and you won’t have to hunt down obscure craft supplies online. This is one snowman


TRUE Caregiver Stories: Have You Been Impacted by Prostate Cancer?

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Did you know that prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in America? I didn’t know that until a few years ago when my father was diagnosed. I’ve heard a lot about other types of cancers, but prostate cancer


The One Thing You Need to Simplify Traveling With Kids

Do you loathe lugging a high back booster seat around? Have you ever wondered if you need to bring your booster seat along on a trip? There is so much to pack when traveling with kids already and if you are flying, you may hesitate to check your booster seat (with good reason).


10+ Ways to Pamper Yourself

Do chocolates, roses, and cheesy cards come to mind when you think about Valentine’s Day? While it’s a wonderful time to shower others with love, it’s also important to practice self care by loving and pampering yourself too. The love that’s in the air is not only meant for others, it’s meant


Last Minute Classroom Valentine Printables for Pencils and Bubbles

I made these classroom Valentine printables for my children to give out and figured you might also need them. Even if you are all set for this year, be sure to save these for next year! I’m a recovering procrastinator. And by that I mean, I’m still working on it. There are


5 Tips on Teaching Kids Good Sportsmanship

Does it seem like your preschooler has a meltdown if they don’t win? Do you dread playing certain games with your kid because they don’t like losing? It may be frustrating at times, but don’t give up hope. Eventually they will learn how to cope with losing AND be a good sport


Snowman Button Counting Activity for Kindergarten and Preschool

Keep learning fun all winter long with this adorable snowman button counting activity. It’s perfect for children in preschool and kindergarten! You can easily set up this activity at home or at school for math centers. I love that it’s easy to set up and takes minimal prep because I don’t usually


Printable Unicorn Themed Writing Practice Calendar

My daughter LOVES unicorns and continues to work on improving her handwriting. I know writing practice is not always exciting, but when you combine it with unicorns… well, now it’s more fun!   Printable Unicorn Themed Writing Practice Calendar This post contains affiliate links which means we may earn a commission if

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