Babies and Toddlers · DIY Projects

Sensory Bin Ideas for Babies and Toddlers

*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

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Friday Favorites: 10 Free Printable’s For the Home

10 Free Printable's For the Home I wish I could completely redecorate my house about six times a year. I might be a bit a lot on the indecisive side (just ask my husband...). While I can't actually repaint and buy new furniture half a dozen times annually, I can make little changes to spruce up… Continue reading Friday Favorites: 10 Free Printable’s For the Home

Babies and Toddlers · DIY Projects · Motherhood

Padded Crib Rail Cover Tutorial

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

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Keeping up with the Joneses: 2017 Edition

I have a very love-hate relationship with social media. In past generations, "Keeping up with the Joneses" was about peeking over your neighbor's fence to check out their landscaping, or perhaps a subtle glance at your classmate's shoes as he walked by your desk. In 2017, it has become an entirely new beast. Social media… Continue reading Keeping up with the Joneses: 2017 Edition