TattlyTattoos

Apr
11
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I wish I knew about these fun designy temporary tattoos by Tattly before Easter because these bunny tattoos are so cute! Our little guy would've loved them, so I'm definitely getting some for next year. I love that they turned some popular designer prints into mini sized tattoos (especially Blanca Gomez's artwork!). Right now S is at the age where a sticker, a rubber stamp or a temporary tattoo makes him over-the-top happy!

Pop-Up Placemats

Apr
10
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Going out to eat and looking for something to keep the kids entertained before the food arrives? Look no more because these innovative pop-up placemats by hello hanna will keep your little ones busy creating a place setting for each person on the table. With 8 placemats and 8 sticker sheets (4 designs), kids can get creative and customize the mats however they like. There is even an activity area on the back of each place mat!

A Baby "Shower"

Apr
9
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How sweet this baby "shower" is! Great job by Lisa at Fiskars for putting together this gender neutral shower theme. I love the paper pom clouds and the straw cloud tags (especially with the fun straw colors). See the rest of the shower details here.

ChitterChatter: When is it "ok" for children to eat chocolate?

Apr
6
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I personally don't remember when I started eating chocolate when I was little. My parents weren't big on sweet things, so we probably didn't have any lying around the house to begin with. But even though my parents never specifically told us "no you're not allowed to eat sweets", I, for some reason, don't want to expose candy and other sweet treats to our little guy too early on. We all know that it's not healthy and it's probably very bad for their little teeth (he doesn't even brush with toothpaste yet!).

Thursday Easter Crafts

Apr
5
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The little guy's good buddy came over today and the mama's decided to do some Easter crafts with them to change things up a bit. After looking around on the web, we decided to do the fingerprint pictures because it seemed age-appropriate and easy to do. Ofcourse in the middle of it all, they wanted nothing more than to grab the ink pads and go crazy on their own, but we managed to keep everything under control. Here are the results (what started out as a "Easter" project turned into a whatever-animal-you-can-think-of project hehe Whatever works right?):

Wee Mouse Tin House

Apr
4
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Make your own little mouse that fits in an Altoid tin and take him with you wherever you go! This pattern by mmmcrafts teaches you to create this little pet mouse using scraps of fabric. Isn't it so very cute? I love the little pillow and blanket. It's times like these that make me wish I was better at sewing hehe

 

Felt Wall Globe

Apr
3
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Are you teaching your child about the world? So far, we've only shown our little guy a map of the US, but after seeing this felt wall globe, it's inspired me to teach him about the world! This felt wall globe is made of 100% wool felt and the pieces can all be played with and moved around - the magic of velcro!

Meal Time Essentials

Apr
2
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{top to bottom, left to right: Stainless Steel Mealtime Bus,

Baby Swag - Girls

Mar
30
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Stylish little ones are just so so cute! I love that these days they make every fashionable into mini sizes for the kids. These kids are fashionable from head to toe, and their hairstyles make me ashamed of my own hair hahaha To put it simply, these kids have swag.

Cardboard Puppets

Mar
29
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These sweet paper animal puppets by Mow Objetos can be fun toys or decorative art. 

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