Backyard Summer Fun: Back To Basics

Get into backyard summer fun with guest blogger Samantha Sendor of Lady And The Blog. Each and every day with my toddler is quite an adventure. My Penelope is ever so curious, absorbing information at every turn, and making sense of the world around her. Sometimes I can’t help but reflect on my own childhood and compare the […]

Celebrate Summer with Outdoor Activities!

With summer vacation finally here, we’re sharing some favorite outdoor activities that will help your family celebrate summer! Whether you’re at the park, sandbox or shore, swimming pool or in the backyard, there are so many simple ways to enjoy the outdoors and make the most of those long, sunny days of summer. It’s easy to get started, so let’s celebrate summer . . . […]

Bright and Cheerful Springtime Garden Crafts For Kids

There’s just something magical about gardening with your kids. Planting seeds, nurturing new life, digging your fingers in the soil and creating food you can feed your family. The cherry tomatoes we grow hardly ever make it in the house! To keep the magic alive in our small backyard garden, we try to interject as […]

Outdoor Sensory Activities

Outdoor sensory tips from special needs consultant Dr. Melissa Liguori, Ed. D. Spring is here and it is a perfect time to get outside with your child and have some fun! When heading outdoors there are many sensory filled sights, sounds and textures to explore together. For some children, these sensory experiences may be difficult. […]

Moving and Learning! Gross Motor Play

This Moving and Learning post is brought to you you by our guest writer and special needs consultant Dr. Melissa Liguori, Ed. D. Now that the weather is cooperating it is time to get the kids out and have some fun. Often children get bored with the same old outside toys. Getting a few new multi-purpose items […]

Gardening With Your Kids

This gardening with your kids post post was brought to us by guest blogger Sara Zenner from Bitz & Giggles. As a child, growing up, I always had access to a garden in our backyard. Every summer I helped my parents tend to it, planting seeds, pulling weeds and enjoying all of the delicious fresh […]

Hop-to-it Craft for Frog Month

This creative and colorful Frog Month craft is brought to us by guest blogger Julie Kieras at HappyStrongHome. April is Frog Month! And rightly so, as I’ve already been hearing those little peepers at night. The boys can’t wait until they catch one hopping through our garden! To celebrate Frog Month, I got out our […]

Sensory Benefits of Leaf Play

This post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. It’s that time of year again. The temperatures are changing, the wind is picking up and the air is getting cooler. What could be a better fall activity than Leaf Play? We all know how fun a day in the […]

Splashy fitness fun for mom!

My girls have reached that somewhat tricky age of swimming where they are capable enough in the pool that I don’t need to have my hands on them at every moment but are still little enough that they want me in the water playing with them rather than reading a book on the lounge chairs. If I’m going […]