Funny glasses and little kids go together like ice cream and sprinkles. Yep. So when I spotted these silly heart valentine glasses in the Valentine’s Day section at Target in my cart they went. Add my valentine glasses printable and you’ve got a great non-food valentine class valentine for school.
This Elena of Avalor DIY for Mateo’s Tamborita is easy to make and perfect for an Elena of Avalor party activity. Thanks to Disney-Hyperion for sponsoring this post.
Has Elena of Avalor made her way into your child’s heart? Kayla quickly fell in love with Elena so we made this Elena of Avalor DIY project. As a parent, I appreciate that Elena’s story is full of Latino culture. So not only is she a charismatic female role model, but she introduces Kayla to a culture different than her own. Diversity in my friends is something I am proud of and strengthened by. Now more than ever it’s crucial that our children learn to embrace and respect the culture and heritage of others as they would want others to do with their own.
When I think about the future and what matters to me as a mother, I am less focused on traditional societal success markers. I don’t care if Kayla grows up to be a doctor, lawyer or president nearly as much as I care about her growing up to be culturally aware, compassionate, brave woman.
These DIY no sew monogram towels are an easy no sew craft. I created them in partnership with Step2. I am a Step2 ambassador.
Are you ready for a ridiculously easy and cute DIY to go with a play kitchen? Make my DIY no sew monogram towels in just a few minutes. They’re a pint sized personal add on to an existing play kitchen.
My DIY Balloon Tennis is an easy summer fun activity and I’ve partnered with Dr. Smith’s to share it with you so you’ll have one more fun mom activity to reach for when you’re out of ideas. We reach for the doctor to keep Blake comfortable and happy all summer long! #reachforthedoctor
Summer is in full effect and if you’re a mom well, this is the part where you might start getting a little bit desperate and feel like your mental catalog of fun mom activities is fully depleted. I hear you! This summer I’ve had my own challenges finding things that both Blake who is turning two and Kayla who is seven can enjoy. So I’m sharing DIY balloon tennis, a simple project you can reach for this summer to keep your kids entertained.
And I have a feeling you’ll get a kick out of playing it with them! DIY Balloon tennis is perfect for a trip to the park or if you just need a break from the sun it’s great played indoors as well. Plus really, can you be anything but happy while playing with balloons? I think not. So before you reach for the remote out of sheer exhaustion, give this SUPER easy DIY a go.
Want a super easy Elena of Avalor DIY that your kids can do? My Elena of Avalor DIY Flower Clip is simple and doesn’t require sewing, hot glue or anything like that! They are a great party DIY project to keep little hands busy and you can make a whole bunch yourself in just minutes.
This DIY Shopkins soap is perfect for kids who need a reminder to wash their hands. Which by my calculations is almost all kids including my daughter Kayla. Nothing makes you feel like an older more boring version of yourself than constantly shouting “Did you wash your hands?” across the house every time you hear a toilet flush.