I couldn't help but love how my toddler was straining dog food and putting it in a bowl! She had already transferred the dog food from the dog bowl to a pot of water and then began her industrious work of removing it from the pot. You may want to place pots, strainers, bowls near… Continue reading Dog Food Anyone?!
Focusing on our personal interests while caring for our children is important. If we’re having fun and are happy, our little ones are too! It creates a peaceful play space that encourages the imagination! Here is a watercolor painting I did the other day! I’m so happy to be painting again!
Who knew a turkey baster could be so much fun!! Strengthening the hand, improving hand-eye coordination and helping to develop concentration... all while having a slashing good time!!
Focus on the positive. Verbalize what you want to see. "We hop on the floor, chairs are for sitting." I say as calmly as possible as my 20 month old shows her daddy her newly acquired hopping skills! What is shocking is that she actually listens! I am guilty of slipping into the age old… Continue reading Find yourself saying, “No…no…no…no…no!” and hoping your child doesn’t throw the glass cup on the floor?
Tasting everything is a sure way to get your mommy to find a better alternative to playdough! I love this recipe! The only drawback is that I think she likes the flavor! Ingredients: 1 cup of Gluten Free flour 1/2 cup to 1 1/2 cups of Tapioca flour (keep adding until the dough is no… Continue reading Gluten Free, Corn Free, Beet-Dyed Play Dough