What happens when you let your five-year-old have a big say in her room design? You get pink leopard spots! This little lady—with help from her mom—designed a fun and colorful room to fit her personality and style. (more…)
Superhero parties are a hit with boys and girls alike, which is why it’s such a popular party theme these days. What child doesn’t wish they had a super power? Our gallery has many fun-filled parties, and here are some of our favorite superhero party ideas. (more…)
Did you ever expect to hear your kids scream and beg for a healthy, kale smoothie? Of course not, but when you spin it as the “Green Monster Drink” coined by my then three-year-old and five-year-old, it makes it seem so much tastier doesn’t it? I’ve been making this smoothie recipe for years thanks to my mom who decided she could convince my kids to actually like kale on a whim, and I can’t thank her enough. The ingredients are simple, and best of all, picky kiddos won’t be able to taste this vitamin-packed super food.
It seems like gold has been on trend for a little while now—I have to find a way to incorporate gold dots somewhere in my home!
If you are looking to incorporate the metallic trend in your life and even take it up a notch, look out for rose gold. (more…)
Happy Independence Day, readers! To help celebrate, we thought we’d start your holiday off with some red, white and blue inspiration! These kids rooms from the Project Junior Gallery are boasting the nation’s colors in style. (more…)
One thing I really love about summer is getting the chance to bake with the kids. There is no rushing out the door to catch the school bus or homework to be completed, which makes midday baking easy and relaxing for everyone. Who doesn’t love a homemade chocolate chip cookie? When I found this recipe over on Marin Mama Cooks, I wanted to try it out. (more…)
There is a time period in our kids’ lives when they’ve graduated from the crib thing but they aren’t yet old enough to tell time. So how exactly do you keep them in their beds? You really can’t blame kids for jumping out of bed at the first sign of daylight coming in from their windows when they have no idea that it’s only five in the morning. (more…)