My youngest toddler is the epitome of "give a kid a toy and they play with the box".
Like, seriously. He has hardly any actual toys that he continually enjoys playing with. His favorite "toys" are remotes, phones, light switches, door knobs, car keys, and his sound machine.
If you're familiar with the traditional process of painting furniture (sand, prime, paint, sand, paint, repeat x 1,000 and then seal) the chalk paint process is for less handy folks, such as myself, who only have the time and skillset for one paint to do all of the work.
There are plenty of Hot Wheels carrier systems sold by Hot Wheels like this one, or this one, but none are personalized, and all seem overpriced, or holding a few flaws (like coming with MORE cars!). As a result, I came up with a homemade personalized car carrier at a fraction of the price!
We had a pretty old and dingy rug, and the time came for it to be tossed. Heartbroken, I tried a last ditch attempt at cleaning it, but with hardwood throughout our home, we don't have any type of carpet cleaner on hand.
Here is a quick and versatile Air Freshener DIY that can work for everywhere: bathrooms, living spaces, animal areas, nurseries- I just happen to keep them next to our Ubbi Steel Diaper Pail, Gray(affiliate) The ingredients are all natural and safe, but they should still be kept out of reach from small children. Still, it's [...]
My youngest son recently received his Baptism and while we knew we wanted to serve dinner and cake for all of our family traveling to join us, we really didn't want to keep our crazy babies up late in a restaurant's banquet area after the late Saturday mass. So with a little effort and thinking, [...]
...easy DIY that will only take a half hour from start to finish and only costs a couple dollars! My two year old son helped me finish this project while the baby napped, and we really needed some markers for our garden that we planted pretty late this year thanks to the crazy Midwestern weather