Inflatable Ball Pits for Toddlers and Kids

So, this might seem a bit random but you know how when you take your kid to Chuck E. Cheese or something and they spend what seems like hours in the ball pit? Well, you can bring this little bit of magic home with you--without all the co-mingling germs! The answer is simple: inflatable ball

By |April 4th, 2014|Categories: I Want That|

Easter Egg Decorating Ideas for Kids

Egg decorating is in MY humble opinion, one of the most beautiful parts of Easter. I have some great inspiration photos of Easter egg decorating ideas for kids (with your assistance, of course) I mean, have you ever seen an egg tree? Check out this one in Germany - so lavish. Many moons ago I

By |April 4th, 2014|Categories: Easter, What to Make|

Healthy Mac and Cheese for Kids

Mac and Cheese is such a comfort food but a healthy Mac and Cheese is even better. You can still get that delicious creamy consistency without all that butter - as tasty as it is. This is a super simple recipe your kids will love and there is a hidden vegetable involved too! This is

By |April 3rd, 2014|Categories: Gluten Free, What to Eat|

Gardening With Kids: Mason Jar Herbs

This is one of my favorite projects in our series - Gardening with Kids, probably because I'm obsessed with Mason Jars and this entire project takes maybe half an hour. You can keep your herb garden indoors (provided you have enough light coming in) or outdoors. These are great for easy access in the kitchen

By |April 3rd, 2014|Categories: Summer, What to Make|

DIY Rain Boots for Kids

Last week we had an inspiration post of a couple examples of DIY rain boots for kids. Yes, homemade rain boots - it's a simple project that can either sprue up an old pair of generic rain boots or if you're tight on cash it can make any boot a little cuter and YES these

By |April 2nd, 2014|Categories: Money Savers, What to Make|