• The very best educational christmas gifts for preschoolers! You're going to want to check out this post if you're shopping for a four or five year old!

    Educational Christmas Gifts for Preschoolers

    December 12, 2018

    Affiliate links are used in this post I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but Christmas is coming in TWO WEEKS!!!!  I’m a HUGE fan of Christmas!  I love all the traditions, the parties, the focus on Jesus, the friends and family, and the decorations!  The thing I don’t love is the presents.  I…

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  • Wonderful adventure trips for families!

    Five Tips for Adventuring with Kids

    October 16, 2018

    Thank you Maxi-Cosi for sponsoring this post. Keep your little adventurers comfy, safe & stylish with the Maxi-Cosi Magellan™ Max 5-in-1 Convertible Car Seat! It’s early fall and anyone in the Pacific Northwest knows that means rain is just as likely as sun. From one day to the next (or, really, from one hour to…

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  • Great tips for cooking with preschoolers #cookingtips #preschool #preschooler #kitchen #kitchentips

    Tips for Cooking with Preschoolers {No-Bake Cookie Recipe}

    July 17, 2018

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EasySqueezy #CollectiveBias Recently I’ve been realizing that Caleb is a kid.  I know that most of you are thinking “Duh, Susannah.  Of course your child is a kid” but I’ve simply been viewing him as a toddler and,…

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  • You need this recipe for oobleck! It's an edible slime recipe that ISN'T tasty! #oobleck #slime #edibleslime #toddler #preschooler #craft

    Oobleck ~ Edible (But Not Tasty) Slime

    June 22, 2018

    Your kids love slime but they also love eating slime. You’re going to definitely want this edible slime recipe that’s commonly known as oobleck! It’s edible but not tasty! Perfect for little people!

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  • How to Talk to Your Preschooler About Death

    June 5, 2018

    “Why you sad, mama?” Those words were the ones I was dreading hearing from my three year old.  Up until then, Nate and I had kept his grandfather’s death from him, not needing him to be concerned about something he didn’t need to understand quite yet.  That question, though, was the one I knew I…

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