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28 OF THE BEST CHRISTMAS BOOKS

Christmas Books For Toddlers
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One of our favorite Christmas traditions is getting a new Christmas books for the girls each year. Hazel is eagerly awaiting the day we bring down our Christmas books this year, and I know both girls will be super excited to get a brand new, never read before, Christmas book! I’m having the hardest time picking out which books I want to get the girl this year–I read several when we were at the book store a couple weeks ago and they were all so cute!

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S.T.E.A.M TOYS FROM VOCALPOINT POP-UP SHOP

Easel For Toddlers
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“Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn” -O. Fred Donaldson

The most important job of a child is to play. That’s why I love to fill their playroom with toys that will help them learn and development. An easel, table + chairs, and toy box are essential for any play room. Our set is from the Crayola Vocalpoint Pop-Up shop (see below for more details on how to shop it). The girls have been loving it! The  easel has

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7 TIPS TO TRANSITION YOUR BABY TO A CRIB

Tips For Transitioning To A Crib
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You carry your baby in your belly for 9 months, and you get so used to always having your baby so close to you that it can be hard to make the transition to having your baby sleep in a crib in his/her own room. I think it’s probably harder on us parents than it is on our babies. Ha! So I’ve got some tips that helped us with the transition and I think will help you too.

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ROCK MONSTER CRAFT

Rock Monster Halloween Craft Toddlers
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—SHOP THE POST—

We’re already gearing up for Halloween with plastic spiders hidden all over the house, and reading silly monster books. Hazel has hit the stage of having bad dreams and feeling scared at bedtime, so we’re all about silly monster, not scary ones.

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DIY BINOCULARS + SCAVENGER HUNT PRINTABLE

Diy Binoculars Scavenger Hunt Printable
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—ITEMS NEEDED—

2 Toilet Paper Rolls

Yarn, Ribbon and/or Tape

Scissors

Glue

Hole Puncher

Twine

The weather is finally starting to cool down (it had been over 100 degrees!), so we’ve been going on a lot more walks lately. After reading the book Tiny, Perfect Things I thought it’s be fun to go on our own hunt for tiny, perfect things, so I created a picture scavenger hunt and diy binoculars craft to do with the girls.

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10 MUST-HAVE TOY TO PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT

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—SHOP THE POST—

There are so many toys on the market and it can be tempting to want to buy them for our children. They seem so in love with the toy in the store, but often when you get home, they quickly lose interest. So many toys are “one hit wonders” that can only be played with one way. Those types of toys only hold our children’s attention for a short amount of time. They grow out of those toys so quickly and before we know it, they’re in the donate pile.

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6 WAYS PARENTS CAN USE TIME TO THEIR ADVANTAGE

Time Parenting Advice
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Time is one of a parents biggest enemies. Time steals our babies and their fresh newborn squishy-ness way to quickly. Time turns them into toddlers in the blink of an eye. Time moves faster than the speed of an independent toddler who always makes us late. Our days are both long and short at the same time. There aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything, and it can feel like we’re always fighting the clock (and our children) to get from one place to the next, accomplish all the tasks, and still enjoy our kids.

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