Shoes For Children – Thoughts You Must Never Forget When Buying

Friendship and making new friends are uppermost in the minds of kids when they prepare for starting a new year in a new class. Hardly do they think about what to wear and how to reach school because it is up to the parents to make the child ready for school.  Parents are left a bit confused when it comes to selecting shoes for children because there are conflicting views about it.  The confusion is a lot more for preschool children as parents have the option of allowing them to move on bare … [Read more...]

Important Camping Safety Tips for Kids

While camping is a fun activity for kids and adults, safety precautions should be taken to ensure everyone enjoys the trip without harm. Read on to find out the basic camping safety tips for kids that should be followed to prevent injuries or a ruined experience! Never wonder off alone. It’s important that you don’t walk away from the campsite without a buddy to go with you. It’s easy to get lost in an unfamiliar wooded area. If you need to leave the campsite for any reason, make sure … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Activities to Do With Kids

We tend to focus our attention on our spouses on Valentine’s Day, treating it as “grown-up” holiday.  But what if we made it a family holiday, the whole family sharing love all together? It may be the time to start a new family tradition for Valentine’s Day.  These ideas will help you get your kids involved in the celebration of love.  Or maybe they’ll help you come up with a few new ideas of your own. Make Valentine’s Day a “red day”. Decorate the house with red cut-out hearts, … [Read more...]

Holiday and Sick Day Mommy and Me Activities For Kids

https://www.pexels.com/photo/kid-child-woman-girl-7530/ Spending time with our loved ones is always special. When it comes to your little ones, you want to make the most of each and every day. But it can be tough to think of activities that provide you all with the best benefits. Weekends are usually full of routine activities, and you’ve more or less got them down. But what about holidays and sick days? You want to make the days enjoyable for your children, engage them and keep them … [Read more...]

Dream Frenz – Fun Pillows For Kids #OMHoliday16

One of my daughter's favorite things is fun pillows. That's why I am excited for her to unwrap the fun Dream Frenz pillows this Christmas season! Dream Frenz is from the imagination of a young girl who was the oldest of three sisters. She liked to draw characters with big round heads and tiny bodies. One of her first original sketches, of a pirate, can be seen on this page. Her middle sister, who had taken sewing lessons, sewed the original Dream Frenz prototype. The youngest sister got in on … [Read more...]

Rockboard Scooter #OMHoliday16

We still have some warm weather ahead of us to get out and enjoy some mild sunshine and the cool Fall breeze as a family. It’s time to think about ways in which you and yours are able to get outside for fresh air while getting active. Today I am sharing the Rockboard RBX Scooter which allows anyone, even big kids like adults, to get out and have some fun. This scooter will go around 10 mph tops and was created for ages 8 plus. About Rockboard RBX Scooter You can propel on this scooter … [Read more...]

10 Fun Family Films for a Halloween Movie Night Party

If your family is thinking of hosting a fun night of tricks and treats for a Halloween party, you can make your celebration even more spooky by showing a Halloween movie. Instead of the typical night of candy and Halloween activities, keep the kids entertained with a dose of ghoulish fun on a big screen in your backyard. It’s easy to rent a projector and hook up your computer and a set of speakers to get your party going. Here are 10 movies that can contribute to the fun and spooky atmosphere … [Read more...]

DIY Savings Jar for Kids

Kids are heading back to school and with that they are going to want want lunch money, pretzel money, fair money, and so on. With this, it becomes a great time to allow your children to save. Sometimes I find that I give my son money for school functions and extras but he often has change. This becomes a great time to teach him the value of a dollar. Allowing him to save the change so that when pretzel day or dress down day comes around he can use money from his savings. Or I can even have him … [Read more...]