Christmas is by far my favorite holiday, and being a parent adds a completely different level of magic to the fun. Reagan will be a few months shy of 2 years old this Christmas and she's starting to enjoy the process of unwrapping gifts. (Or so I've learned watching her try to open other people's… Continue reading 51 Toddler Stocking Stuffers
In my opinion, there really isn't another decoration that screams "fall" more than pumpkins! Carved, painted, or just piled in a stack, they just add the perfect autumnal touch to any home! Traditionally my husband and I carve pumpkins each year, but we sort of figured toddlers and knives don't really mix. So we decided… Continue reading No-Carve Pumpkins for Toddlers
While we seem to be having a heat wave here, (seriously, 92 degrees in late September?) the leaves have started to change and fall is in the air. I love the sun and heat as much as anyone, but I am so ready for boots, cozy sweaters, and chilly air. Now is the time to… Continue reading Toddler-Friendly Fall Bucket List
Now that Reagan is almost a year and a half...(um, what?) there are a lot of baby things that we don't need to carry in the diaper bag anymore, like a nursing cover, burp cloths, bottles... But an un-potty trained wee one still comes with a lot of literal baggage. I'm going to share with… Continue reading What’s in my Toddler Diaper Bag?
Since our daughter Reagan was born, we've made the drive to Syracuse, NY once every couple months or so to see my hub's family. When she was an infant, although it took a little longer because we stopped for a few breastfeeding pit stops, she was a total champ in the car. Now that she… Continue reading Tips for Road Tripping with a Toddler
*This post contains affiliate links. You can read our full disclosure here.* As Reagan is getting older, I have been trying to come up with more activities that will engage her mind and help her learn and explore in different ways. I decided to make some sensory bins that we could pull out on rainy days… Continue reading Sensory Bin Ideas for Babies and Toddlers
I should have done this a while ago...like before Reagan decided to use the sides of her crib to sharpen her nine tiny teeth. But, I'm doing it now before she chews her way all the way through...or strips off all the paint. To make a set of crib rail covers, you will need: fabric batting snaps… Continue reading Padded Crib Rail Cover Tutorial