As a mother of a young child who is just learning “the love of reading,” anytime I can create a space that enhances the experience or invites more book time I am for it. There are so many ways to build a special space for quiet reading. By adding more pillows to your bed and alternating the direction of pillows
Today we have a great giveaway from Citrus Lane—a 3-month care package subscription. Check out our video to hear more about it! Citrus Lane boxes are all about discovery. They give busy moms access to great products without all the leg work. And like we said, who wouldn’t want to receive a gift of goodies in the mail every month!
In my last post, I wrote about book shelves. This week, I’d love to highlight some of the books that my children adore. I hope you like them. 1. Hug: Every time my daughter and I read the word “hug,” we actually hug. Yup, pretty darn cute, if I do say so. 2. Mommy Hugs: I love the illustrations of
I find something very comforting about being surrounded by books. I hope my children inherit that same feeling, so it’s important that they have a bookcase or shelf that’s their height where they can reach for their favorite book and have a moment to themselves. These bookcases are a fun way to organize your kids’ bedrooms and playrooms. This type
I know that there are so many toy options for kids these days, it is crazy. I personally try and keep the computer games and other electronic devices from becoming too much and I have even limited video games from our house. I am still a believer that kids need to have down time. And since they can’t all sit still, crafting can be a great way to create time and space with your children, away from all the buzz.
I’m sure many of you are traveling in the car or on a plane this holiday season. I have a few plane rides ahead of me and I’m always looking for small, light and interesting toys for my 2-year-old to play with. These are a few of my favorites to purchase for your travels (or to give as gifts). Pocket