Amazon Prime Day is Here!

I’m so happy Prime Day is finally here! With all the amazing deals during these two days I know it can get a little bit overwhelming. So, I decided to put together a list with my top 3 items, I hope it helps! 🙂

My COVID Vaccine Story

ut me or anyone I know getting COVID-19. My daughter and my husband are asthmatic, so for weeks I couldn’t sleep thinking about what bringing this virus home could do to them.

2021 Father’s Day Gift Guide

Did you buy your Father’s Day gift already? I feel that this year is flying by! How can it be June already!? To avoid ending up looking for a present the day before, here is a list I put together with some of my favorite products to celebrate your husband, father, grandpa or special someone.

Have fun with letter sounds!

If your kids like water beads you have to try this activity 💜. It is perfect to practice letter sounds with an added sensory component.

My Picks for Valentine’s Day

Showing love for that special someone doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune to really care. You could do it with a heartfelt note, or by spending time together. But if you are in the mood for presents, these are my picks for Valentine’s Day.

3 Activities with water beads

We love water beads! And last week our water beads obsession was in full mode 😂. My kids could spend hours just transferring them from container to container or creating fun games with them. Here you will find 3 activities with water beads we made and absolutely loved!

DIY Marbled Thankful Rocks

“DIY Marbled Thankful Rocks” are an amazing way to teach your kids about gratefulness and kindness. You can use different colors of paint for different holidays and you can use the rocks to decorate.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

3 Fun Kindness Activities

There are many ways to teach your kids about kindness and thankfulness. I put together a list of 3 activities that I like a lot for this purpose.

2 Easy Ways of Making Lava Lamps

Lava lamps are super fun to make and it’s a good activity to learn about how different ingredientes interact with each other, creating cool chemical reactions