Picture I love going to the beach and using a beach ball. Beach balls take up zero space and can keep the children entertained for hours on end, especially out of the pool or away from the beach. This classic toy is the new parenting travel hack. It’s something you are going to want to […]
MOM Tip:This is perfect for the Star Wars lover dads. All you need is your little ones hand prints, paint and paper! Click here to get this tip from i heart arts n crafts.
MOM Tip: Turn a cereal dispenser into a car trash can by placing a plastic bag inside of the cereal dispenser. Simple as that. Click here for this tip from Lifehacker.
MOM Tip: Perfect gift for dad that the kids can make. All you need is: Unfinished Wood or MDF Photo Frame Craft or Chalk Paint Glue Vinyl Decals or Alphabet Stickers Assorted Nuts in various sizes, shapes, and colors Click here to get this tip from Happiness is Homemade.
MOM Tip: Quick and easy essential oil DIY project that will keep mosquitoes, flies and other bugs/insects away from your summer fun. Plus, it so pretty! Click here for this tip from One Essential Community.
MOM Tip: These homemade bubbles are inexpensive to make and it’s a fun summer activity for kids. Click here to get this tip from Saving Cent by Cent.
MOM Tip: Summer is coming and so is ripe watermelon! There are so many fun ways to prep watermelon these days. Here’s one the kids will love – watermelon on a stick. Click here for this tip from Tidy Mom.
MOM Tip: How excited will your baseball players be to see donuts and fruit kabobs? This is the perfect treat to surprise the baseball team. Click here for this tip from Partyography by Alli.
Use a pair of gardening gloves or work gloves for Dad, then have a child put their handprints on them. You could also attach this cute poem: “See these gloves daddy? They don’t fit me just yet, my handprints are on them so you never forget. I’m only small for a little while, So remember my hands […]
MOM Tip: Super safe and smart way to hammer in a nail by using a clothespin. Click here for this tip from Instructables.