Kids’ Fun Garbage Themed Food Recipe Ideas Skip

Kids' Fun Garbage Themed Food Recipe Ideas
Kids’ Fun Garbage Themed Food Recipe Ideas Skip

If you have children who love gross things or playing in the muck and mud, you can transform ordinary foods that your children already love into things that look like they belong in the dump. Your kids will say, “Ewwww,” and “Gross!” as they laugh and dig right in. Garbage-Themed Cakes If you are putting […]

Viral Sharing of Kids Devotions & Activities
Viral Sharing of Kids Devotions & Activities

The Bible was written long ago, but its message is just as timely today. Even very young kids can understand many Bible stories. Devotions are short readings based on a Bible verse or passage that make a point or teach a specific lesson. Reading devotions to your little one is a good way to introduce […]

Kids' Cucumber Salad Recipe Using Yogurt
Kids’ Cucumber Salad Recipe Using Yogurt Skip

Kids who won’t eat their vegetables force you to become creative with how to disguise those “yucky” things into something scrumptious. Cucumbers are often thought of as vegetables, but they are actually fruits, which means you might be able to convince your toddler that they are sweet. While the traditional method of eating cucumbers is […]

Kid's Crafts for a Cupcake Themed Party
Kid’s Crafts for a Cupcake Themed Party Skip

Cupcakes, those hand-held servings of moist cake topped with creamy, vibrantly colored frosting and adorned with a smattering of sprinkles, are fun to look at and even better to eat. If your child loves a good cupcake, a party centered around the confection is sure to delight your little connoisseur. In addition to serving cupcakes, […]

Viral Sharing of Kids Club and Activities
Viral Sharing of Kids Club and Activities

Kids clubs and activities can be an important part of your toddler or preschooler’s life because structured activities will help her learn to socialize and be responsible. It’s pretty easy to get stuck in a comfortable routine where you don’t want to leave the house — or your comfy jammies! — but a change of […]

Talented cute little girl artist draws on wall stars and heart with watercolors and brushes
Kids’ Activities on Claude Monet’s Paintings Skip

Inspire your preschooler to unleash his creative side with activities based on the famous Impressionist painter Claude Monet. His style of art was an interpretation of what he saw, rather than a detailed perfect image, so children do not have to be skilled to create their own versions of the well-known paintings; they just need […]

Kids Activities Near Northborough in Preschoolers
Kids Activities Near Northborough in Preschooler

As a mom, you know  how important it is to have go-to activities on hand when you need them. This is especially true on days when the kids are arguing, bouncing off the walls or getting into mischief. Thankfully, Northborough, with a population of 14,000 (as well as towns near Northborough), offer a variety of […]

Viral Sharing of Kids Activities in Sandusky
Viral Sharing of Kids Activities in Sandusky

When you talk about going to the shore, very few people think of Ohio’s Sandusky. With 22 miles of lakeside shoreline, this mid-western city has enough outdoor and indoor activities to entertain even your picky preschooler. Whether you are just visiting or are in Sandusky to stay, keeping kids busy is a snap between the […]

Owings Mills, Maryland, near Baltimore, is a community
Viral Sharing of Kids’ Activities in Owings Mills

Owings Mills, Maryland, near Baltimore, is a community with a small-town, family-oriented feel. Moms in Owings Mills have a variety of kids’ activities available, around the community, for when they are looking for an educational or entertaining way to keep their children happy and active. This is important since moms know how easily kids can […]

Viral Sharing of Kid-Friendly Pimento Cheese Recipe
Viral Sharing of Kid-Friendly Pimento Cheese Recipe

As the mom of a toddler or preschooler, you are probably well acquainted with the picky eating habits of little ones. A varied diet is important to make sure your child gets enough nutrition for healthy growth and development, so getting your little one to try new foods can help. Most young children are drawn […]

Viral Sharing of Kid-Friendly Main Dish for a PotluckSkip
Viral Sharing of Kid-Friendly Main Dish for a PotluckSkip

Most toddlers and preschoolers are picky eaters. When you’re invited to a potluck, you want to ensure your contribution will be fussy-kid friendly. A successful potluck dish is easy-to-transport and doesn’t require much effort to reheat and serve. For little ones, the criteria is different: nothing a toddler or preschooler could choke on, the food […]

Viral Sharing of Kid-Friendly Baked Chicken Strips
Viral Sharing of Kid-Friendly Baked Chicken Strips

Who doesn’t like a good chicken strip, really? This kid friendly staple is a delicious meal for kids, while also being tasty enough that the adults may try to sneak them for themselves! This can make a relatively easy lunch or dinner for your family. Baking chicken strips is healthier than frying them anyway, but […]

Often the best way to get kids to eat something is to sprinkle
Viral Sharing of Kid Friendly Fondue Dinner

Often the best way to get kids to eat something is to sprinkle cheese over it liberally. A kid’s love affair with cheese makes fondue a natural favorite. With a bubbling vat of thick cheese sauce and an assortment of tempting dippers, what’s not to love? Some fondue recipes are “adults only” fare due to […]

Viral Sharing of Kid Friendly Desserts for Easter Skip
Viral Sharing of Kid Friendly Desserts for Easter Skip

Even if an over-sized rabbit visits your house during the night and leaves baskets of goodies for your little ones, that doesn’t mean you should skip an Easter dinner dessert. The holiday only comes around once a year — and an appropriate Easter dessert is something the whole family will enjoy. The day after Easter […]

Kaleidoscope Preschool Craft in Preschooler Skip
Kaleidoscope Preschool Craft in Preschooler Skip

Preschool crafts take parental patience because preschoolers have short attention spans and are still developing motor skills. But by making it a cooperative project, a kaleidoscope preschool craft can provide both quality parent-child time and an entertaining way to for a young child to learn about colors and color combinations. With help, your preschooler can […]

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