Steve and I decided to go all out for Halloween this year with a Day of the Dead couples costume. There’s a whole boring backstory, but the gist of it is that it wasn’t supposed to be so elaborate, but it snowballed and became a whole thing. Which is what we do. Every […]
Thank you to National Geographic Kids’ Animal Jam for sponsoring this post! Do your kids play National Geographic Kids’ Animal Jam? It’s an online playground where kids can create a character, play games, and have adventures, all while learning about the natural world. It’s from National Geographic Kids, which is a brand that I trust […]
Thank you to National Geographic Kids’ Animal Jam for sponsoring this post! In case you missed my previous post about National Geographic Kids’ Animal Jam, it’s an online playground where kids can create a character, play games, and have adventures, all while learning about the natural world. When you first start your Animal Jam adventure, you’ll meet […]
This weekend we went to a Halloween party, which required a last-minute scramble to get our costumes finished! We got them done just in time to be about 15-minutes late to the party. But now they are finished and I won’t have to do this the night before their Halloween parade at school, which is […]
Are you guys sick of me talking about Alt Summit yet? Well, this is a fun, craft-related post about it, I promise! The big party this year at Alt is going to be a Clue-themed party! I think this is such a fun idea! Now, I think that the planners are hoping for a rainbow of […]
Since I posted the capes I made for Milo’s preschool earlier this year, I’ve had a few people ask me for a tutorial. I never made one because I thought the blogosphere was a bit oversaturated with cape tutorials. But folks continue to ask, and so the masses must be appeased! Capes for Kids Capes for […]
His and her Day of the Dead masks made from paper mache, acrylic paint, sequins.