Saturday, September 14, 2013

Halloween Handprint & Footprint Crafts for Kids

Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year so it's no surprise that our Halloween archive is filled with handprint, footprint, and fingerprint crafts! What started as a fun footprint ghosts craft with my then 12 month old turned into an entire blog dedicated to fun handprint art. Check out our master list below to see everything from bats to witches and everything in between.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

The Importance of Breakfast Before School

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By now most kids have started the new school year or will be soon. As a parent, you probably a already know the importance of having the kids eat a good breakfast to begin their day right and give them the energy that they need. Even if they tell you that they are not hungry or you feel like there

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Handprint & Fingerprint Apple Crafts {Johnny Appleseed Day}

Johnny Appleseed Day is September 26th. All across America kids will be honoring this great legend with fun apple activities and apple eating. Make learning about his love of planting apple trees even more interesting with this round up of fun handprint and fingerprint apple crafts.

Little Hands Apple Orchard - Joyfully Weary
Apple Tree made with Handprints - Loving My Nest
Fingerprint Apple

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Precious Moments & Memories + Baby Footprint Keepsakes

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Did you know that there is a place called The Mommy Center on Walmart's website? It is brought to you by HUGGIES® and offers tips and advice from moms as well as other respected sources to help you through the 1st few months home with your baby. Browse through articles and topics dealing with pregnancy,

Saturday, August 17, 2013

1st Day of School Handprint Crafts {Round Up}

It's official, my son has grown up in the blink of an eye and I will be sending him off to his first day of Kindergarten later this month. While of course this is an exciting milestone, I am also sad that he is already school-aged and no longer the chubby cheeked baby or the little boy learning how to walk and talk. I am so proud of his love of learning and have been trying to tell him that he