Hailey is my goddaughter. She turned one at the beginning of the summer and my sister decided on a Hawaiian themed birthday party. So we went to work prepping her smash cake session as her birthday present. Smash cakes are my favorite! It’s the perfect age and who doesn’t love a baby covered… Continue reading Hailey’s Luau
My oldest is turning 6, and he’s still in a toddler bed. He never complained it was too small and I just wasn’t ready to take the next step. My boys share a room and it was still a nursery up until now. When I was pregnant with Xander, we waited until he was born… Continue reading Nintendo Bedroom Makeover
I put both my boys on skis at a very young age. Xander was about to turn 3 years old the first time he skied and Bradyn was only 2 and half. We have always gone skiing once or twice a year. But this year I decided to dedicate the whole winter to skiing. It’s… Continue reading Skiing 2018
This year Xander chose “Trolls” for his movie theater birthday party. He is turning 6 so I though it was time to let him pick his own movie. At first I tried to persuade him to choose something else. Trolls is on Netflix and EVERY parent I know has seen the movie 1,000 times! Also,… Continue reading Trolls Party!
If you are anything like me, you are about to have lots of empty plastic eggs left after Sunday’s Hunt. Spencer and I have already done two hunts this season and I have two bucketfuls, not to mention the ones from last year and the eggs I bought this year because I couldn’t find last… Continue reading Easter Egg Letter Find
On Friday, February 9th Spencer was star student for his class in Preschool. He was to invite a special person into class and they would tell the class a little bit about what they did professionally and have an activity for the students. The star student also gets to wear a crown, do the calendar,… Continue reading Sensory Rainbow Play Dough Set
There are exactly 100 letter pieces in a scrabble box. So we thought this would be a fun project for the 100th day of school project. Very simple directions, Lay out the letters for “Hundred Days of School”. And then have fun building more words off of those. Let your little one take the lead… Continue reading 100 Days of School Project.