Printable Baby Schedule Chart To Help Baby Settle Into Routine

The first few days and weeks with a newborn are a blur of feeding, sleeping and crying. While your newborns needs may be sporadic, it won’t be long before patterns develop. Once those patterns begin to form, you can help your babe settle into a daily routine. A printable baby schedule chart can help you identify patterns […]

How To Make An Easter Egg Tree Decoration

This project has been on my to-do list for years. I love Easter Egg Trees, and I have wanted to make an Easter Egg Tree decoration for ages. But it always seems that I run out of time in the spring. Not this year! I finally have my DIY Easter Egg Tree. This DIY Easter Egg […]

Science Birthday Party Ideas – Printables, Food, Experiments & More

For my daughter’s 9th birthday she decided on a science birthday party. It totally fits my daughter, who is always creating some sort of science experiment. Plus one of her favorite TV shows is Project MC2 (if you aren’t familiar with it, I highly recommend it for girls ages 5-12). Because the show is secret agent/ science based, […]

Free Beauty And The Beast Coloring Pages

If your family is as excited about the upcoming live-action release of Beauty and the Beast as mine, then download and print these 10 free Beauty And The Beast Coloring Pages. This post contains affiliate links that support this site.  Free Beauty And The Beast Coloring Pages Coloring pages aren’t *just* for kids, and these Beauty And […]

DIY Envelope Pillow Tutorial – Step By Step Photos

From our front porch we have the perfect vantage point to watch for the school bus, so I often wait there for my daughter to get home. To give me a place to sit while I wait, my in-laws bought us a set of rocking chairs for Christmas. It’s the perfect addition to our front […]

PJ Masks Birthday Party Ideas And Free Printables

We celebrated my daughter’s 5th birthday with a PJ Masks birthday party. If you have a little one who is a fan of the show on Disney Junior, then you know PJ Masks birthday stuff is hard impossible to come by, which means the entire party was handmade. With a lot of love and patience, […]

Valentine’s Day Gift For Teachers And Printable Gift Tag

While your kids are busy picking out the perfect Valentine’s for their classmates, don’t forget about their teachers. This DIY Valentine’s Day Gift For Teachers is sure to make your students’ teachers feel special, and it is simple enough to be a great project to make with your kiddos. This Valentine’s Day Gift For Teachers […]

10 Food Pun Valentine’s Day Cards

Want to shoe someone you care without a traditional sappy card? Then these Food Pun Valentine’s Day cards are just what you need. No sap, all pun these Food Pun Valentines are sure to put a smile on your sweetie’s face. Choose your favorite card or download all of the free printable cards and send your Valentine […]

Valentine’s Day Treat Bag Printable

If you are looking for a sweet way to gift Valentine’s Day goodies, here it is — the cutest little Valentine’s Day Treat Bag. I mean, just look at those lovey-dovey mushrooms. What little girl wouldn’t love to receive her very own Valentine’s Day Purse? And the best part is that you can make it at home with this free printable. […]

Dairy Free Tropical Smoothie

With the new baby coming (any day now!), I find myself searching for ideas to get more fruit and plant-based foods in my diet quickly and easily. Goodness knows I will need quick snacks and meals to keep me going during the first few months of breastfeeding. Smoothies are one of my favorite solutions, and […]

DIY Fabric Cork Board And Clothes Pin Tacks

For this month’s Waverly challenge, I decided to tackle an organization problem in our home. Goodbye clutter, hello pretty solution that is organized and efficient – a DIY Fabric Cork Board. This DIY Fabric Cork Board is sponsored by Waverly Inspirations. Let me lay out the problem for you, and then I will introduce you to my solution.  […]

17 Free Printable 2017 Calendars

It is nearly time to say goodbye to 2016. Out with the old and a chance to start again. In my case, 2017 is set to be a big year — baby girl is due in mid January! Talk about a new start. With a new year, it is time for a new calendar. In […]

Christmas Iced Tea Recipe

One of my favorite things about this time of year is the smell of my mother’s stovetop potpourri. It isn’t Christmas time until I have it simmering on the stove. Inspired by my favorite Christmas scent I created an iced tea worthy of the Christmas season – Christmas Iced Tea. This post is sponsored by […]

New Year Memory Jar Printable

With one year coming to a close and a new year ready to begin, I find myself looking back wanting to hold onto all of the little moments that made me smile. The funny things my kids said and the spur of the moment fun we had. Already some of those memories are fading so […]

Christmas Rice Krispies Treats Truffles

I used to be afraid of making truffles. I’ve always loved to eat them (who hasn’t?!), but making them sounded so complicated. Then last year, I tried making my own. What was I so afraid of? Truffles are an easy, no-bake dessert that people love. And there are about a million ways to make truffles. […]