How To Survive Daylight Savings Weekend With Little Kids

how to do daylight savings with kidsDaylight Savings in fall used to be my favorite day of the year. Get an extra hour of sleep? YES please! Fast forward, and now I have kids. Two little ones, 2 years old and 6 months old, and I dread when we have to move the clock. But after practicing later sleep times and getting creative when my oldest did wake up earlier (or slept through the extra hour, praise!), I don’t dread this weekend anymore 🙂 And you don’t have to, either!

Read below for some fun tips on owning, surviving, and thriving through your fall-back daylight savings weekend, along with learning tools and craft ideas to make the most out of your evenings when it gets dark earlier: Continue reading

40 Fun, Easy, And Engaging Activities To Do With Your Toddler

I’ve been having so much fun being home with Izzy. She is spunky and hilarious and curious, and definitely keeps me on my toes! Ever since she started crawling and walking and especially now that she’s a baby toddler, it’s been a totally new ball game to keep her entertained. But oh man, finding things to occupy your energetic little one during the day definitely takes some elbow grease and planned effort!

I’ve had a chance to come up with a list of easy, engaging and exciting things you can do with your toddler during the day that I wanted to share with all my mama friends – and I even made it into a pretty (gender neutral) printable PDF you can download and hang on the fridge! Click the link below to download your copy, and feel free to share it with your other mama friends who have little toddlers:

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