Did your child love the LEGO Batman movie? Do they need a reminder to wash their hands? Yes? Then make my DIY LEGO Batman soap. Tell your kid to be like Batman and wash their hands with a cute mirror decal and this DIY LEGO Batman soap that uses a Batman Minifgure. It’s easy to make and the perfect reminder for Batman fans to WASH THOSE HANDS!
I keep hearing my friends of color say it over and over again. LISTEN. In an age of knee jerk reactions and remarks, listening is an acquired skill. Hearing is a priceless one.
The voices we can learn the most from are often the ones that have been intentionally muted. Ones we may have to make an effort to seek out. Ones that come from those who don’t look or sound exactly like us. Every once in a while though, an opportunity arises for these muted voices to reach and affect the masses. [Read more…]
After weeks of record setting rain in San Diego, we finally got a beautiful weekend day! Our little crew headed to an idyllic local pond for some much needed outdoor play. I had discovered it through a friend, nestled away behind an industrial park. Who would have thought?
Pebbled paths, sunbathing turtles and some dog-like ducks awaited. We practically had the place to ourselves! Craig can confirm that I couldn’t stop grinning like an idiot and saying how beautiful it was. The constantly buzzing iPhone in my bag quickly became the last thing on my mind and instead, nature took over. Literally. [Read more…]
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Recently I shared my chocolate celebration bark with you. It’s cute, fun to make and even more fun to eat. But you want to know something weird? It was actually fun to shop for. YES. Shopping should be fun. Much like the girls from Beverly Hills, it is one of my greatest skills. Bottom tick the price on that cute J.Crew top I’ve been eyeing? Check. Track down that amazing Mara Hoffman dress I couldn’t stop thinking about? Check. But grocery shopping? Yawn.
Have a special moment to celebrate? Want to make something that’s easy and fun, but clearly a treat to mark the occasion? Make my chocolate celebration bark. It takes just a few ingredients and very little time to make but is sure to make your child smile!
Here is what I used for my chocolate celebration bark. Feel free to change up the ingredients to you or your child’s taste. Feel free to eat a lot of the ingredients in the process. That’s the beauty of being a “grown up.” [Read more…]
Want a simple Valentine’s Day activity? Make my DIY heart potato stamp. They’re a great way to use those old potatoes sitting around in your vegetable bin! #ImWithGlad
Hi there! Guess what? Blake is home sick. AGAIN! Today’s sick day is brought to you by the world’s leakiest nose and a low grade fever. We watched Blake’s current favorite, the seasonally appropriate Valentine’s Day episode of Curious George three times because, two year olds. Here’s the five second summary: George makes a heart stamp and stamps valentine cards for his friends.
While trying to decide what to whip up for lunch I stumbled upon a few forgotten potatoes and figured Blake would be delighted to stamp his own valentines, Curious George style. [Read more…]