DIY Easter Eggs: Easy Leaf Prints

This is a beautiful Easter Egg project you can do with your kids using items you have in your home – AND backyard! What do I mean? These DIY Easter eggs have a leaf pattern and they’re so easy and gorgeous without needing a stencil!
 

You’ll Need

Small flat herb leaves
Hard-boiled white eggs
Nylon stockings
Rubber bands
Warm water
White

Volunteer Opportunities for Kids in Los Angeles

People forget how good it feels to donate their time to a worthy cause and tend to only volunteer around the holidays. We’re all busy – but a couple hours on a weekend can do wonders. Teaching children the importance of volunteering their time is essential – and bonus: they can even work with

By |April 15th, 2014|What to Do|

Gardening with Kids: Rainbow Pour Pots

The next installment of gardening with kids is going to be centered around decorating flower pots – BUT! These are going to be cuter than your typical hand-painted pot. Flashback to being 10 years old and making a painted pot for my mother at school: she still has it in her kitchen and it

European Easter Bread

Easter is right around the corner. Have you planned your menu yet? If not, you might want to consider adding European Easter Bread, to your table. It’s filled with many of the things people have given up for Lent like carbs and butter. There are many recipes for this bread out there that offer

By |April 6th, 2014|Easter, Good Eats|

Healthy Road Trip Snacks for Kids

Is there anything more terrifying than road trip food – I’m talking greasy diners and impulse buys from the gas station and sticky fingers in the backseat… I think I’ve painted a pretty familiar picture for you. I mean, the cost alone of travel is expensive and honestly – four meals at McDonalds isn’t