Weathering our first hurricane in Florida was an emotional roller coaster to say the least. And I learned a lot. I learned about hurricane shutters, how to grab cases of water (fast). I learned that evacuating with tens of thousands of other people takes a lot of patience.. and lots of snacks.
And I learned that the compassion and caring of others is the bright spot in any storm.
Some good friends of ours became even better friends, by opening their homes and hearts to us. They gave us a place to lay our head, food in our bellies and smiles on our faces.
So now safely back home, I wanted to send them something to express how much their charity meant to us. (more…)
I recently learned a fun fact.. kids LOVE playing Bingo. My kids played it at school and came home raving about it. So I thought it would be a great game to play at my daughter’s birthday party. And it was a HUGE hit.
I wanted to make a unique Bingo game to tie into her birthday party theme. That’s how this Birthday BINGO printable pack was born.
Birthday parties are expensive, y’all! And they take a lot of work! Between the invitations and the food and the balloons and games.. it can get a bit overwhelming.
Well, if your little one loves unicorns, I can help you knock out some of your party planning with this bundle of unicorn party printables. It has everything from the invitations, banner, cake topper and gift bag tags to frameable prints that you’ll want to keep up long after the party is over.
A photo wall is a huge hit at parties. People love taking pictures.. give them a pretty backdrop and some silly props and they’ll always remember it.
And it’s super easy to make one. (more…)
It’s no secret that birthday parties are expensive. It gives me hives just thinking about all the food, drinks, supplies and decorations you need to buy. Birthday parties also create tons of waste. Just think of the garbage bags filled with wrapping paper, plates, napkins, cups.. and on and on and on.. at the end. But there are some things you can do to reduce waste and help the planet, while still putting on a beautiful birthday party. (more…)
Going back to school can feel chaotic for kids and parents. Check out these ways to get clothes, snacks and schedules organized for a smooth transition.
I’ll cover some awesome ideas for organizing:
1- Homework time
2- After school schedules (with free printables!)
3- After school snacks
4- Clothes (with free printables!) (more…)
The first day of school can be exciting, frightening, liberating, sad, and all of the above. And that’s just for the parents. 🙂 Imagine how the kids feel. (more…)
“Yay, it’s almost time to go back to school!”.. said no kid ever.. but said EVERY parent.
It seems like summer vacation has gone by so quick, even when it’s only two months long. But believe it or not, it’s about time to put the kids back on the bus. And that means lots of prepping for parents. (more…)
You know I love to make hair bows for my daughter. So I couldn’t let 4th of July go by without a patriotic hair accessory. And this ponytail holder is possibly the easiest thing in the world to make. (more…)
Get your crib (your house, not your baby’s crib) ready for 4th of July with this super simple paper chain craft.
I got the inspiration from something I saw at Michaels for $20! But $20 seemed a bit too steep for me so I made my own for free! (more…)