Printable Valentine Cards {free}

  These printable Valentine cards are a cute, inexpensive way to leave love notes around the house for your family on Valentine’s Day. Tuck one under their pillow, another by the bathroom sink, in their favorite cereal bowl or even in their shoe! They come four to a sheet and you can print out as many as you want! They also come with matching Valentine goody bag toppers. Since I’m an amazon affiliate, I also included some Valentine movie and book suggestions that are perfect for your little ones! Click here to print Read more »

Make a Winter Weather Pictograph

Watching the winter snow pile is nice but investigating it is even better! Boost your child’s science and observation skills by helping them make a winter weather pictograph. Make a Winter Weather Pictograph She’ll chart the amount of snow or hours of rain that have fallen at your house this winter using a ruler, measuring tape, or even her hands! This ongoing seasonal graphing activity will even enlist her math skills and organization ability. Supplies: Poster board Markers Ruler or other measuring device Discuss the season of winter with your child. Ask her to tell you what types of weather […] Read more »

Earn Amazon Codes For Being A Brand Advisor

This is a sponsored post. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. Have you ever wished you could tell a brand what you think about their product? Maybe you’re shopping in your favorite store and decide to try a new product only to be dissatisfied with it when you try it. Here’s your chance! Church and Dwight is the maker of a wide variety of products that you may have already used, such as Arm & Hammer, Nair, Oxiclean, First Response and more. With their research partner, C Space, they created The Health & Beauty Lab, […] Read more »

Tips For Hosting A Valentines Party On A Budget

It doesn’t take a lot of money to throw a successful party. By shopping smart and utilizing the things in your home, you’ll have everything you need to decorate, entertain, and feed your party guests on a budget! Keep reading for how to host a Valentines party on a budget. Valentines Party On A Budget Skip the paper invitations Don’t waste money and time with traditional paper invites. There are many sites online where you can find gorgeous free e-cards. Many of these sites have an invitation feature – so you’ll be able to send great looking invitations completely free […] Read more »

The Ultimate List Of Free Valentine Printables

  Valentine’s day is almost here and if you’re looking for some fun ways to celebrate with your family, I have a lot of great ideas to share with you – and they’re free! There are over 40 free valentine printables for you to browse from some of the best bloggers around. Free Valentine Printables [pictured above] Coupon book for kids Glow stick cards I’ll never Lego of you! Backpack charms Treat bag toppers with jokes Valentine cards Tweetheart cards Cute cards with children Make your own Valentine card Aliens, pirates, robots and superheroes Valentine truck Lego cards Tree of […] Read more »

Recipes For National Popcorn Day

Popcorn is a delicious snack and there’s no better time to experiment with different flavors than National Popcorn Day. January 19 is National Popcorn Day and we’re celebrating with some delicious recipes from our blogging friends. National Popcorn Day Shown above: Irish Creme Flavored Popcorn Sweet And Salty Stove Top Popcorn Gooey Caramel Did you know that Americans eat about 17 billion quarts of popcorn each year? Shown above: 1. Parmageddon popcorn 2. Sweet and salty kettle corn 3. Masala spiced popcorn 4. White chocolate confetti popcorn Shown above: 1. Hot chocolate popcorn 2. Always perfect stovetop popcorn 3. Parmesan […] Read more »

Rockefeller Center Ice Skating

Since January is National Skating Month, I want to share some videos and photos from our day of ice skating at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. Rockefeller Center Ice Skating View the rest of the videos here. The Rink at Rockefeller Center was constructed in 1936, after Nelson Rockefeller found a new system that created artificial outdoor ice skating. It was an immediate tourist attraction and has become one of the most famous ice skating rinks in the world. My daughter Jacqueline If you’re a parent or grandparent, join our group for tons of great ideas from awesome bloggers! Read more »

January Is National Skating Month

January is National Skating Month, sponsored by US Figure Skating. It gives ice skating rinks, organizations and programs a chance to showcase and promote ice skating to families across the country. Ice skating is a wonderful way to keep your family fit! Check the US Figure Skating site for local rinks that you and your family can visit. National Skating Month Growing up in NYC, my mother took me to Abe Stark Ice Skating Rink dozens of times. I have wonderful memories of going there with her. She would always get hot chocolate for us and one of those big […] Read more »