Little Passports: The Perfect At Home Activities for Kids

How are we already halfway through May? For some reason I thought with quarantine I might actually have some more time to spend on my blog. I had high hopes of increasing my posts to twice per week and sharing all the things we are doing around the house. Well it turns out taking care of a pre-schooler and toddler,…

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Our Daily Quarantine Routine as a Working Mom with a Preschooler

We are about six weeks into our quarantine now and I haven’t decided if things are getting easier or harder. In some ways I think we are finding our routine in this new normal, but I also think we are all getting tired of being stuck at home. Read more below about what our daily quarantine schedule looks like! For…

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How To Throw A Trolls World Tour Premiere Party With a Preschooler

One of the benefits to our stay at home order is that we have been able to see some brand new movies in the comfort of our home. We watched Disney’s Onward a couple of weeks ago when it premiered, and have been counting down the days to the Trolls World Tour premiere. Since the big day is here I…

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6 Fun Easter Basket Ideas for Preschoolers

I usually love the time right before Easter. We had lots of Easter egg hunts and fun spring activities planned that are, of course, not happening now. I still want this to be a fun time for Aiden so I am working hard to bring as many of our usual Spring activities to him. Luckily, I got a head start…

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7 Essentials to Create a Kids Emergency Kit to Help Get Through Covid-19 at Home

As I was trying to figure out a way to explain our current situation with Covid-19, I came across the But Why Podcast. I found the information really helpful and I plan to listen to it throughout the next couple of days with Aiden. One of the tips they mentioned in the podcast was to create a Covid-19 preparedness kit.…

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