SmitCo LLC has several different diaries with lock and keys and diary sets for girls in Emoji and Diva themes, as well as several different nail art sets to provide hours of fun. A huge hit is the brand new Mermaid themed scrapbook kit as well as 3 unique princess dress up sets.
Even if the kids don’t need a night light to sleep – this is one of those things that you just have to get anyhow because it is so creative and fun! I was so excited to have the opportunity to review a 3DLIGHTFX 3D Deco Light and share my honest opinion with you all – because honestly, I knew my kids would love this! I created this list of the 5 (err, 6) things that make it the coolest light for a kid’s room, den, play area, etc!
Whether you are looking for a last minute (or belated) holiday gift, searching for awesome things to use your gift cards on, or planning for upcoming birthday party gifts – this is a can’t pass product. Bringing your child’s favorite characters into their rooms without cluttering the toybox! I know my little ones like having a night light – and these are as cool as they come!
It’s hard to be away from family during the holidays. Grandma and Grandpa are back in snowy New York, and we’re 3,000 miles away in Arizona desert. Deciding what to do for Grandma and Grandpa is tough. Of course, we will call them and enjoy FaceTime Christmas morning, but we really wanted to mail a special gift too – something they would not expect and would be surprised to receive. Something meaningful, personalized and useful. As soon as I learned about Grandbox, I knew it was the answer.
Portable North Pole (PNP) is an online platform used by Santa and his elves to send personalized video messages and calls to the people you care about most anywhere around the world. In just a few simple steps, you can help Santa gather all the information he needs about your loved one and create a tailor-made video message or phone call that is positively magical. But that isn’t all Santa and his magical elves have in store! To create truly unforgettable memories, you can even download a HD version of your video to keep for years to come.
June had Father’s Day and Flag Day… July had Independence Day… September has Labor Day… WAIT! What about August? August somehow got skipped over in the holiday distribution, but that doesn’t mean that there is nothing fun to celebrate about the 8th month of the year!
Here is a list of daily fun holidays to celebrate this August:
July 23rd is National Hot Dog Day (and July is National Hot Dog month)! I was inspired by images floating around social media to made a cheese-stuffed, bacon-wrapped hot dog! It is GOOD! It is also easy!
July 15th is “Gummy Worm Day” and what better way to celebrate than one of my favorite desserts: Worms in Dirt! It’s a favorite for a few reasons: It is pretty quick and easy with only a handful of common ingredients, It is chocolate AND includes Oreos, and It’s kept refrigerated and makes a perfectly cool summer snack! So, let’s get started…
May is Photo Month! So, in addition to these fun holidays to celebrate, make sure you take lots of pictures to capture the memories you make with your kids! Follow me on Instagram as I commit to posting one photo every day in the Month of May!
Check out this list of fun and unusual holidays, along with some suggestions on how to celebrate with your kids – and scroll all the way to the end for a FREE printable PDF calendar!
No foolin’ – April is Poetry Month! So, in addition to these fun holidays to celebrate, take some time to teach your kids some poetry – whether it’s Dr. Seuss or Ralph Waldo Emerson!
Check out this list of fun and unusual holidays, along with some suggestions on how to celebrate with your kids – and scroll all the way to the end for a FREE printable PDF calendar when you subscribe to our weekly updates!Celebrate a silly & fun holiday with your kids everyday in April! #EveryMomDay Click To Tweet
1 ~ April Fools Day! Read about this holiday HERE.
2 ~ Children’s Book Day ~ It’s Hans Christian Anderson’s Birthday and in honor of him we celebrate all of our favorite children’s books! Head to a library and pick out a favorite, and a new children’s book to enjoy!
3 ~ Chocolate Mousse Day ~ You could try making your own Chocolate Mousse – or, I think I will head to the Cheesecake Factory for my favorite Chocolate Mousse Cheesecake YUM!
4 ~ Vitamin C Day ~ Boost your health and snack on foods high in Vitamin C today, like oranges, berries, and green veggies!
5 ~ Read a Road Map Day ~ These days we rely on mapquest and other apps for that – but show your kids a road map… see if they can help direct you to some of their favorite places!
6 ~ Caramel Popcorn Day ~ enjoy this sweet snack and have a family movie night!
7 ~ No Housework Day ~ My mom has a favorite quote:
Cleaning and scrubbing can wait ’til tomorrow, For babies grow up we’ve learned to our sorrow, So quiet down cobwebs and dust go to sleep, I’m rocking my baby, and babies don’t keep.
Let the housework slide a little bit today, and focus on enjoying the little moments with your family!
8 ~ Zoo Lovers Day ~ Head to the zoo today, or schedule your next trip! The weather is warming up, and the kids will be happy to see all the animals.
9 ~ Name Yourself Day ~ If you could pick any name in the world what would it be? Have fun with the kids picking your new names and being silly today.
10 ~ Sibling Day ~ cherish and appreciate the siblings in your life. If you do not have any “blood-relation” siblings, then show appreciation to the friends who are like a sibling to you!
11 ~ Pet Day ~ celebrate the pet you have – or the pet you WISH you had!
12 ~ Walk on your Wild Side Day ~ This made me think of the book “Where the Wildthings are.” Read the book, make some Monster Feet
13 ~ Scrabble Day ~ play this classic game with the kids – what a great way to practice spelling!
14 ~ Look Up at the Sky Day ~ spend some time cloud watching – what shapes do you see? Have the kids draw pictures of what they saw!
15 ~ Banana Day ~ make these fun and easy banana pops (if you have a nut allergy, use sprinkles instead!)
16 ~ Wear your Pajamas (to work) Day ~ The official day is to wear your PJs to work, but why not just wear them all day!
17 ~ Bat Appreciation Day ~ Bats are mysterious animals that we don’t see very often, why not create a fun bat craft and learn some facts about bats!
18 ~ Auctioneers Day ~ When you think of an auctioneer, you probably think of someone talking incredibly fast! See who can talk the fastest in your family.
19 ~ Bicycle Day ~ Take a bike ride today. Make it a fun trip: to the playground, or the local corner store for an ice cream (my kids’ favorite!)
20 ~ Chinese Language Day ~ Mandarin Chinese is the most widely spoken language…learn some new phrases with the kids! learn some new phrases
21 ~ Bulldogs are Beautiful Day ~ the only bulldog I could think of is from Lady and the Tramp – so I think we will watch the movie today! You could also head down to your local Animal Shelter and see if there are any bulldogs to visit in person…
22 ~ Earth Day ~ Get some ideas from our Earth Day Pinterest Board!
23 ~ Talk Like Shakespeare Day ~ It’s Shakespeare’s birthday today, so talk like Shakespeare!
24 ~ Teach your Children to Save Day ~ My favorite system for teaching the kids to save is the “Save, Spend, Give” jars. There are TONS of ideas on pinterest if you search for “save, spend, give!”
25 ~ Go Birding Day ~ See how many birds you can identify today!
26 ~ Pretzel Day ~ Make pretzels at home – they do sell kits at the grocery store, or you can use a recipe like THIS ONE.
27 ~ Morse Code Day ~ learn the Morse Code and practice sending messages without using words!
28 ~ Blueberry Pie Day ~ Make this easy blueberry pie – or buy one from the store. Enjoy it with some ice cream and whipped cream! Mmm…
29 ~ International Dance Day ~ Set Pandora to your favorite channel and have a dance party with the kids.
30 ~ International Jazz Day ~ Introduce (or reintroduce) the kids to some smooth jazz music today!
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