As with most characteristics we want our children to grow in, humility - specifically apologizing - is something we must lead by example in. Not solely apologizing to them when you have messed up (though that is very important) but also modeling it in your marriage and in your relationships. Our kids see and pick … Continue reading Simple ways to teach the art of apologizing
We celebrated our boy turning three yesterday. While it was different than any other birthday we’ve celebrated for him, we made the best out of it! We decorated the house with balloons and banners, the girls even made him a DIY piñata without me knowing. It was the sweetest thing. A trash bag tied to … Continue reading Sam’s quarantine 3rd birthday
I am ALL about simple, easy and fun. And this cloud dough is just that! Heres what you need to know. I used two ingredients: Two parts Shaving cream ⇓ Click here to head to amazon to buy shaving cream! And one part corn starch ⇓ Click here to head to amazon to buy corn … Continue reading Two ingredient DIY play dough
Today I'm sharing some simple and easy activities we have done with our kids recently. I hope this gives you some fun ideas! Draw a road/town in your driveway with sidewalk chalk for your kids to scooter in Build a fort Fill a bucket with water and put a few toys/cups in it Write encouraging … Continue reading 20 Simple no prep activities for kids
Today I want to talk about how important it is to be open with your kids when you make a mistake.First, we need to be okay making mistakes...and letting our kids see! Even go as far as drawing attention to a mistake you’ve made - “shoot! I forgot about your doctors appointment today, I need … Continue reading The importance of owning our mistakes as parents.