It's almost Halloween and time for some goulish fun! I've got a free printable that will give the kids (and you ) hours of boo-tactic fun. I've created a fun ghostly card game to print and create. There are loads of different ways to play that make this Halloween game both fun and educational. Here's… Continue reading Hey Boo, Let’s Play
Hey witches, it's almost Halloween and that means something boo-tiful is coming your way! I've created a free printable dollhouse for the little monster in your life, complete with little puppets for some fab-boo-lous Halloween fun. This adorable paper playhouse conveniently folds into a little book, making it the perfect take-along-toy for car rides, resturant dinners and playdates this Halloween.
When the little monster in your life is acting ghoulish, maybe it's time to send them off to Boo Camp! If you're looking for a little Halloween inspiration, and something ghoulishly fun to do with the kids? Why not try a Boo Camp! Here's how I put together this monstrously easy camp for Xav last… Continue reading A Halloween Boo Camp
This post is only about a year late, but I thought it deserved a place on the blog. We originally decided not to have a gender reveal, but Xav was so excited about the baby. She was also very adamant that she wanted a sister and that a brother was not an option. I think… Continue reading A Quick & Easy Gender Reveal
A little DIY goes a long way, especially when creating a modern space for the newest member of our family.Hubby and I turned our guest room into a nursery for our son Joel, and the whole project was filled with so many DIY's, upcycles and crafty projects.
My daughter lost her first tooth recently and this mama was not prepared. I mean she's only 5! I thought I only had to start thinking about this when she turns 6! I was caught so off guard, I nearly rushed her to the dentist thinking she chipped her tooth! Nope, my baby is a… Continue reading Diy Tooth Fairy Starter Kit
Growing up, primary colours and play sets went together like PB & J. These days we've learnt that kids play things don't have to be an ugly eyesore in our garden. They can be bright, they can be monochrome, they can be anything we like. It is possible that a kids playset be both fun and beautiful. Here's how I gave an old swing set a modern makeover that my kids...and I, love.
My sassy little wild child turned 5 while we were away at Sun City for a family vacation. I couldn't throw her the party I wanted, but I tried my best to make her birthday special. She had a blast and everything was so pretty. So read on for an easy to throw together birthday… Continue reading She’s Young, Wild & 5
The arrival of a new baby, meant a lot of big feelings for our 5 year old daughter. I've been trying my best to give her the attention she needs, but its hard with a tiny little baby that physically needs me all the time. In an attempt to spend a little more time with… Continue reading A Mommy & Me Valentine’s Day Playdate