My kids love fruit bars, but with only six in a box, we go through them way too quickly, and it’s getting expensive. I can’t wait to try this recipe from Liza Huber, of Sage Spoonfuls. Don’t they look yummy? (more…)
Who says a bed has to be boring? Make your child’s room their favorite hideaway by incorporating one of these cool wow beds. From forts, canopies, tree houses, and did we mention slides—yes, slides—these amazing beds will wow your kids and encourage wonderful imaginative play. But be warned, the phrase “Go to your room!” will no longer hold up as punishment. (more…)
From those first dabbles in messy finger paints to those detailed grade school masterpieces, our children’s artwork is a true treasure trove. It’s amazing to watch the creative trajectory over time and the pride in their beaming little eyes when presenting their creations. But like many parents, I struggle with organizing, sorting and displaying the mountains of artwork in our home. What to toss? What to keep? (more…)
Blocks are a staple of childhood, from the baby days of careful stacking to the full-on castle building of toddlerhood and beyond. The blocks we are going to introduce to you today aren’t any ordinary blocks. Tegu blocks are wooden blocks that are also magnetic, meaning the building potential is brought to a whole new level. Find out how you can enter for a chance to win a set of your own below. (more…)
My baby girl is about to turn six and complete her first year of elementary school! What a whirlwind this year has been. There have been a lot of growing pains for the both of us. It look us all a little while to get the hang of the everyday school routine and get used to being a little more tied down than usual (I know Pam and Melisa understand this change). I tried to resist the change in the beginning of the year, but as the seasons changed so did my attitude. And what better way to embrace change than a design project.
Near the end of last year, we revealed that Project Nursery partnered with The Novogratz on #ProjectAddi. I’ve been a longtime fan of this design savvy family and was over the moon to tap into their design knowledge. Without further ado, it’s time to FINALLY reveal the room. (more…)
When preparing dinner for my kids, there’s nothing I love more than a well-rounded meal in one bowl. Picky eaters may find the veggies easier to eat if they are mixed in with other flavors, and my kids will end up eating more than if they are faced with a pile of broccoli on its own. Liza Huber, of Sage Spoonfuls, shared this kid-friendly veggie stir fry packed with everything you need for a solid meal for your little one and for you! (more…)
Fashion and lifestyle blogger Cara Loren has been busy working with Oilo Studio to make dream rooms for her two sons. We revealed baby Arrow’s nursery on Project Nursery last week, and now we are revealing older brother Hanes’ new big boy room. With a black and white color palette and plenty of whimsy, this room is sure to inspire many adventures! And can you spot the felt ball garland from The Project Nursery Shop? (more…)
When Chase’s mom approached us to design a room for her five-year-old son, we couldn’t have been more excited! He is the only boy in the family, and he wanted a space he could call his own. His requests were simple—he loves skateboarding and surfing, and he just wanted a room that was cool.
Well…we can work with that!
Raise your hand if you stood in line for a certain princess movie this past weekend! With the release of the new Cinderella movie and the lure of a new Frozen song to open it up, we’re sure the theaters were busy. (more…)