Celebrating Baby and family with photos you can take and share yourself may be more important than ever this year. We’re here to help with fun facts and pro tips for successful at-home photo shoots with Baby… and big brothers and sisters, too.
It’s always wonderful to find ways to brighten our busy days — and organize our busy lives. If you’re a calendar or scrapbook person, check out PLAN A HAPPY LIFE for fresh Happy Planner inspiration.
Keep reading for insights, tips and more about author Stephanie Fleming.
What does your darling dream of becoming? Musician or medic? Actress or archeologist? More than ever, children need toys for creative play. A great doll serves as a reliable friend when playdates aren’t possible and encourages role-playing to build a child’s understanding of themself and their world. Inspired by American Girl, here are four fun activities your child can enjoy with their doll.
By now you’ve probably received the memo from your kid’s school as to whether they’re returning to the classroom or staying in the kitchen for more online learning. Either way, it’s time to start getting in gear for the new school year.
We’ve got tips for helping kids keep a positive outlook PLUS an extra-special back-to-school checklist.
After a summer of social distancing, we’re starting thinking about back-to-class. This usually means looking to reconnect our kids with their classmates and other friends. Pizza parties and camp meet-ups not an option this summer? No worries! We’ve got ideas for virtual playdates both kids and parents can enjoy.
Here’s some good news: Coloring is classic activity that can help reduce stress and improve focus. It’s great for all ages – and you’ve probably got the supplies you need in your home right now.. Get started with these FREE, ready-to-print coloring pages OR read on for some surprising info and tips for extra fun.
In this April like no other, many schedules have open spaces that Little League, 5k runs and other outdoor activities once filled. Here are three DIY backyard games to encourage time in the fresh air and sunshine (and maybe get family members more interested in spring cleaning).
It starts with a creative dance class, gymnastics birthday party or perhaps tickets to The Nutcracker — and pretty soon your little one can’t stop twirling. Bring on the dance classes, bobby pins and an astonishing amount of laundry and driving. We’ve got some creative tips for raising happy ballerinas while keeping the rest of the family feeling great, too.