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This is a tip I first read about on the Mama to 4 Blessings blog a few months ago. I thought it was fabulous as we have taken our two little ones on many, many beach trips since they were born, and it’s only been recently that L&L (now ages 4-1/2 and almost 3) have […]Continue reading
I am going to start making lots of different sensory bottles with Luke and Lilah, my preschool-aged children. As we perfect them, we’ll share them with you! Here’s the first one: a DIY rain stick sensory bottle. Rain sticks are fun for the youngest baby all the way to the adults! Not only do they […]Continue reading
The tornado in a bottle is seriously the easiest homemade science lesson–even science TOY if you will–that you will ever make! We have had so much fun with this simple DIY activity! I saw this pin on Pinterest and knew we’d have fun with it! So a big thank you goes out to EllieMoon for her […]Continue reading
Toilet paper heart stamping was so much fun! It’s always a great day when you find an activity your toddler or preschooler really enjoys and wants to continue to do. This is such a neat art project, and the best part is it is thrifty, too! Toilet Paper Heart Stamping Simple Directions: Bend/fold an empty […]Continue reading