What could possibly grind your gears more than chaperoning picky eaters while running errands on a tight schedule?
If you’re a busy parent, a babysitter, or a family member that periodically chips in when called upon, then you’ve experienced this recipe for disaster firsthand.
That’s why we’re here to make a stand against the tyranny of the on-the-go picky eater by providing you with a pantry’s worth of edible ammunition.
Here are 8 snack-strategies that will prove irresistible even to the most particular of palates.
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Like most kids, my boys absolutely love Halloween, as well as sensory play. For some Halloween fun this year, I decided to bring the two together and make an awesome Witches Brew! Read More
We recently spent the day at the zoo, where they had a puppet theater set up for the kids to play with. Now, my boys have lots of puppets but for some reason, I never got around to getting them a theater. They had so much fun putting on shows for us at the zoo, that I decided it was time for us to get a theater of our own. Rather than spending a ton of money on a theater that would take up a huge amount of space, I decided to make my own DYI Doorway Puppet Theater. In this post, I’ll show you how you can make one too! Read More
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Growing up, Slater Memorial Park in Pawtucket, RI was one of my favorite parks to go to. Now, years later, I thoroughly enjoy taking my own children there. Slater Memorial Park is so much more than just an awesome playground for kids. From visiting the farm animals, to searching for frogs, there’s just so much to do! Read More
From parades to fireworks, the Fourth of July is such a fun time of year! My boys and I also had lots of fun creating some awesome red, white, and blue crafts to hang around our house. I’ve pulled together a list of 5 Simple Fourth of July Crafts for Kids that you can make with your little ones! Read More