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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Top 11 Activities to Keep your Kids Busy While Working from Home

The company for my day-job has been remote for several years now so working from home with kids around is not new to me. However, the whole social distancing quarantine takes working from home with a preschooler to a whole new level. I figured I would round up a few of my favorite activities to keep your kids busy while…

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St Patrick’s Day Craft: How to Make a DIY Leprechaun Trap for Kids

While browsing the book store, Aiden discovered the story How to Catch a Leprechaun. When we finished reading he was intrigued by leprechauns so we found Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase. One of my favorite family traditions growing up around St Patrick’s Day was building leprechaun traps with my brother and sister. When I told him I used…

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How to Make Valentine’s Day Ice Cream Popsicles With a Preschooler

I was looking for something fun to make with Aiden for Valentine’s Day and came up with these ice cream popsicles. We have always enjoyed cooking/baking with Aiden because it is a really fun way to work on important skills (measuring, fine motor skills, attention span, etc.) while having fun. It has the added bonus of a delicious reward at…

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