If you are like me, a rainy or snowy day brings a slight feeling of dread. I love creating fun play or learning activities for my kiddo, but suddenly between breakfast, lunch and nap times, I have just a little too much extra *indoor* time to kill… and we can only watch so much Daniel Tiger. … More Rainy Day (or Any Day) Activities
Looking for something different to do with the kids this summer? I have some great news for you – your library might have just what you’re looking for… and for free, of course! Many public libraries have partnerships with local museums, parks, zoos, or aquariums – places that can sometimes cost an arm … More Museum Passes from Your Local Library!!
With Father’s Day swiftly approaching, I wanted to share some books that take a look at fatherhood. Some are sweet, a few are informative, most are funny… and all of them would make great gifts for that special guy in your life, whether he is a soon-to-be, new or seasoned father. Books for Dad: Handy … More Books for Dad
Names are so interesting to me. I find it fascinating how different names come into and out of popularity (and how, without fail, the “unique” name you planned on for your baby, because-it’s-different-but-not-too-weird-and-you-don’t-know-anyone-with-it, suddenly is in the “Top Ten” list of most popular names in the country! Boo.) Regardless, I find it entertaining to look … More Naming Baby
Okay, okay, I know… the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no more than one or two hours of media/screen time per day for older children, and tells us, “television and other entertainment media should be avoided for infants and children under age 2.” (For more info, see their Media and Children page, or read this … More Apps for Your Younger Toddler