Last month, I shared with you all a fun DIY project that’s perfect for traveling with kids this summer (or for restaurants, church, and any other time that you need your kiddos to be occupied and quiet). If you have no idea what I’m talking about, read more here….
This simple homemade Father’s Day gift is a meaningful way for little ones to show Dad their love…and to continue the celebration all year long.
Father’s Day is less than two weeks away. Do you have a plan?
I haven’t figured what I’m doing yet, but I have a great idea for you. I would use it myself, but Little Man made this for my husband for Christmas last year, so it’s been done in our house. The good news is that my husband loved it, and we still use it regularly, so I feel confident saying that this is a great idea for a meaningful Father’s Day gift your preschooler can make for Dad….
If you’re traveling with kids, this travel felt board is a super quick DIY craft that makes a great activity for kids stuck on a plane or in a car. Less than one hour to make and under five dollars…you can’t beat that!
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Summer is going to be here soon, and for lots of families that means VACATIONS! I love to travel. I get a thrill out of seeing new places and experiencing different cultures, even within my own country.
Traveling with two kids under four can be tricky, but it really is doable. With kids three and under, we’ve gone to Vancouver, Disneyland, San Francisco, and Boston. We’ve done thirteen-hour car rides and five-hour plane rides. It takes planning, but travel with little kids can be a lot of fun….