We received a mystery box of snacks and candy from Canada…. how did we like it? Continue reading “Canadian Candy Swap”
Because it’s summertime Hucklebaby was able to spend last week with his grandparents, so we drove to North Central Florida this morning to pick him up (it’s been so quiet without him around). “Little H” will go with him in a few years, but right now he gets grandparent week all to himself. Continue reading “Disney Springs – TREX Cafe”
So it’s that time of year… when everything is busy. Nonstop places to go and things to be done. Holidays are full of excitement, but for little people it’s also a time for lots of boredom. Running store to store, random family members’ houses and road trips. None of this is necessarily stuff they enjoy. Continue reading “Toddler Busy Box – A Holiday Must Have”
Hucklebaby is really into “monsters” at the moment. So anything that looks like a monster (friendly kind) he wants to see…talk about…look at…
Another weird reason I love this book…is my grandfather’s name was Fred. It’s such a simple name, but to me, it is filled with an amazing amount of love. Continue reading “Hucklebaby Book Club – Fred Friday”
State testing…who doesn’t love it?
After the kiddos sit for hours in silence doing their absolute best on state tests (hopefully)…I like doing something fun and a little out if the ordinary with them. Last week we were gearing up for Easter and as soon as I pulled out Peeps, I had their attention. Continue reading “After Testing Fun – Peeps and Eggs”
We decorated for Easter the day after St. Patty’s day and I have learned in the past year or so that if I want to add on to my decorations, they must be Hucklebaby friendly.
I am loving anything that uses his fine motor skills at the moment, I’m sure that won’t change…and so when I see projects we can do together, that I can store away and bring out year after year…I grab them. Continue reading “Getting Ready For Easter – Plus an Awesome GIVEAWAY!!! “
I love anytime we get new books in the room. I don’t think that feeling will ever get old, so when I was asked to review – A Bucket of Blessings by Kabir Sehgal and Surishtha Segal (mother and son) – I absolutely said yes. I love being able to share a new book with the kids and get them excited too. I even bring it in still in the envelope from the “author” because he knows our class is so special. Continue reading “Book Review: A Bucket of Blessings”