Tips for Getting Mom in Photos

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and chances are if I asked you what you really wanted …. besides the quiet time to yourself to do simple things like go to the bathroom, take a shower or say, sleep past 7 am …. you would probably say a nice photo of you and your children […]

5 Classroom-Friendly Gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week

This creative way to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Day post is brought to you by Melissa & Doug, written by our Blog Ambassador Amy Mascott. Teacher Appreciation Week is right around the corner–the first week of May!–so let’s start thinking about cool and creative classroom-friendly ways to honor those teachers who work so very hard for our children. Having […]

Simple Tips for Capturing Candid Family Moments

Sure, we all love having great photos to hang on the wall and the nice family photo we send with our holiday cards each year, but the true power of photography lies in capturing a specific moment in time. The ability to preserve a memory, evoke an emotion, remember the past. And we all know […]

Super Simple Mardi Gras Pancakes {and tips for kids in the kitchen}

I am not a food blogger. I may know a lot about early education, but when it comes to cooking I am mediocre at best. One thing I adore is to cook with my three-year old and the feeling is mutual. Mardi Gras is coming up and even though we don’t celebrate it extensively we […]

Capture Moments That Matter with Us

The #CapturingChildhood photography series is off to a great start; so far we’ve shared tips for taking great family photos, setting up a simple photo booth in your home, even techniques to help you capture great images with your smart phone and now, … we’re inviting you to join in and share your favorite moments […]

Stacy Shares: Capturing Love on Instagram

This week’s Capturing Childhood photography tips come from blog ambassador, Stacy Teet. She’s over on her site, Kids Stuff World, today sharing some tried and true ways she’s learned to capture love on Instagram. We’re sharing a few images taken from our blog ambassadors Instagram feeds showcasing how they use their smart phones to capture […]

5 Clever Ways to Celebrate National Puzzle Day

Did you know that January 29th is National Puzzle Day? Whether your puzzle preference is jigsaw, crossword, or maze, there are TONS of fun ways — for both children and adults — to celebrate puzzles. If you’re feeling puzzled about how you could celebrate this special day with your child, try these ideas on for […]

Capturing Sweethearts

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for a playful little photo shoot of your sweethearts. I love to take pictures of the kids for grandparents as a personal keepsake for them to enjoy each year. Capturing photo card worthy pictures of your kids is a lot easier if you have a few tricks up your […]

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Family (…and HINTS to help you KEEP them!)

Has your family made any New Year’s Resolutions? Every new year offers your family a new beginning . . .  A chance to “right” the “wrongs” (or at least the “could do betters”) and do things a little differently. {Tweet this!} Today we’re sharing 5 family-based resolutions for the New Year. May they inspire you […]