Want a fun summer activity for your toddler? Make my printable fly swatter game! Maybe it’s just me, but I always feel like there is a lack of decent games out there for kids Blake’s age. Two and not quite mature enough to play a game meant for 4+ year olds. But my printable fly swatter game? It’s great for this funny age. Telling a toddler they can swat things is kind of a big deal! [Read more…]
I did a bathroom renovation on a budget several years ago and just made an easy, bathroom update on a budget for summer with Lowe’s. Thanks to Lowe’s for sponsoring this post.
We’ve officially hit the three year mark on the guest bathroom we renovated on a budget. It has survived Kayla’s bathroom science experiments and is currently being put to the test with Blake’s potty training. With me in the hospital quite a bit, we’ve had lots of family helping out. So while I was feeling good, I wanted to do a few simple updates.
Make my Mickey and the Roadster Racers road trip activity kit It’s perfect for Mickey lovers! Thanks to Disney Junior for sponsoring this post.
The summer travel season is upon us so I made this road trip activity kit inspired by Mickey and the Roadster Racers, to keep kids like Blake and Kayla entertained on the go. This mini suitcase is filled with cars, snacks, some story time inspiration and even some printable road trip badges I whipped up.
Father’s Day is almost here! These Bring Dad A Beer Socks are an easy DIY Father’s Day gift you can pair with dad’s favorite beer. After all, let’s be honest. What many dads (including my husband) really want is a few hours of uninterrupted control of the remote, a cold beer and a little quiet to watch their favorite sport in peace.
Apparently it’s National Nurses Week so I’m sharing something I recently made for as a nurse appreciation gift for the nurses who have been so wonderful to me during my many weeks in the hospital. They work really long hours and seem to have infinite amounts of patience despite dealing with a lot of crap. Both literal and figurative. So this “Call Button Relief Fund” felt fitting.
Make lunch a little more fun! This DIY Kate Spade inspired lunch bag takes just a few minutes to make, is easy to customize with the cheeky phrase of your choice and quite frankly it just makes me smile. I made two of these Kate Spade inspired lunch bags. One says “Definitely not donuts” and the other says “I swear this is kale.” They make a cute gift for a friend or will brighten up your desk and provide some potentially much needed humor come lunch time.