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Category Archives: Baby development Activities
As the holidays are over we are settling back into our routines and kicking off some more learning activities, and this week is All About Bugs. Each day we have planned literacy activities, sensory activities, sorting, identifying, and field trips … Continue reading
Each year Disneyland decorates the park for the fall festivities. Mainstreet is covered in pumpkins, The day of the dead is celebrated in Frontierland, and the Haunted Mansion receives a special makeover as Jack Skelington’s Nightmare before Christmas. This year, … Continue reading
Last week we were so blessed to celebrate the Twin’s first Birthday in Disneyland with their Grandparents and some of their aunts, uncles, and cousins. Disney with 5 kids under the age of 3 was a different exxpirence. Everything was … Continue reading
I had so much fun learning about sound and music with my twins. I was asked to write a full learning activities list for all ages by the Home School Expo. Check it out: Click to support, … Continue reading
One year ago today my sweet little Eleanor and her baby brother Walter were born. I became the blessed mother of a son whose smiles like his Daddy and a daughter who smiles like me. And we have spent the … Continue reading
Although I only allow limited screen time in our home, I am so Thankful for finding Tinyugames.com and their wonderful App. Because, let’s be real, those are those moments where you need to distract the kids for just a … Continue reading
Your baby never too young to start coloring with you. While some studies have shown that parents that color earlier with their children, encourage the development of their child creativity, other studies are finding an important correlation between coloring and something … Continue reading
I wrote the second article in this series for tiny u games. Check it out please to show your support http://www.tinyugames.com/encouraging-young-learners-to-write-a-guide-for-parents-part-2/ click through to article and share of you can.
For those who don’t know what WIC is, it is a government sponsored program to help struggling families, specifically woman and children under the age of five, with supplemental food costs. Living in California, Cory entering his Doctorate program, and … Continue reading