Quarantine or no quarantine, kids get bored. Add in working from home when your children are home too and it can quickly turn into a recipe for disaster. Juggling work expectations while also trying to be a teacher or a replacement camp counselor frazzles even the most patient and creative parent. Which is why we… Read More >
If you are reading this, we know exactly why you clicked here. Because you are tired of looking at piles of toys that are rarely played with. And you are probably thinking you should have purchased toys that have withstood the test of time…
Have the Summer Time Blues been keeping your school-age kids down since school ended? Has social distancing made your entire family restless? We all know why… because of Coronavirus schools have ended the year early, summer camps have been canceled, and open daycares (especially the ones with summer programs for older kids) are difficult to… Read More >
Did you plant a garden this summer? Now is a great time to teach your kids how to garden! However, there is a lot about gardening that can be boring, such as weeding or watering all the vegetables. Here is some advice on how you can make gardening fun for kids while also teaching them… Read More >
Organizing and hosting a patriotic 4th of July party or BBQ this year? Go ahead and shelf your stress. We understand how overwhelming party planning and entertaining can be, specifically Independence Day parties. Especially when it’s hot outside. That’s why these simple 4th of July party tips will help you create the perfect star-spangled soirée.
When is Father’s Day? The most common question that is asked about this holiday for dads. But did you know that Father’s Day was not an official federal holiday until 1972? Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June, however, the idea for Father’s Day had been around long before that. The first… Read More >
It’s almost Memorial Day and that can only mean one thing – it’s time to fire up that grill! For many, Memorial Day weekend marks the official start of cookout season. Are you sick of serving the same old things when you host a cookout? Consider trying some of these yummy things to serve at… Read More >
After having a baby, there are a lot of firsts. First stinky diaper, first gummy smile, first word. And while there’s no question that these events are important, there are significant firsts for the new mothers too– like their first Mother’s Day. Finding a gift for such an occasion can certainly be a challenge, which… Read More >