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Campfire S’mores Cone

My favorite part of camping is s’mores! Actually truth be told, I camp because I know I’ll get s’mores at some point. Since we camp “a lot” I have been trying different variations of my favorite camping dessert.  I’ve had s’mores on Oreo cookies, I’ve put peanut butter on my graham crackers before covering it […]

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Mommy & Me Preschool Homeschool Schedule & Lesson Plans

A friend recently shared with me how this preschool homeschool can seem overwhelming so I thought I would share with you how our days play out so you don’t think that I spend my whole day playing and teaching my son.  Though it would be wonderful to have that kind of time on my hands, I […]

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How To Make Tissue Paper Flowers & Hispanic Heritage Giveaway

Hispanic Heritage month is upon us!  So let’s get to making some fun Tissue Paper Flowers! Make sure you to check out all of the AMAZING prizes we are giving away to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. I love this craft because it’s a simple way the kids can get involved and learn a little bit […]

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Mommy & Me Preschool (Week 1)

Mommy & Me Preschool (Week 1) So, you’re wondering how my first week of homeschooling three kids went. It was hard, man, it was definitely a challenge, but we survived.  I really think and I’m hoping that once we get into a groove it will get easier. Actually, I know it will get easier. As […]

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Dinosaur Mud Play

Dinosaur Mud Play I walked out our front door to check on the boys and I couldn’t believe my eyes. What started off as tamed and organized mud play was quickly taken to the next level when I wasn’t looking.  They took the Dinosaur Mud Play station I put together for them to the next […]

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Mommy & Me Preschool {16 Weeks of Homeschool}

My almost four year old whispered this before I kissed him goodnight, “Jesus, thank you that mama gets to be my teacher.” Those were the words I needed to hear.  I’ve been staring at our homeschool day schedule for at least an hour and I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed. I’m about to embark a wonderful […]

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Activities for Homeschooling Your Preschooler or Toddler

This year I decided to have my little one join us for homeschool so we’ll be doing preschool.  I’m excited to have all three of my boys at home but I’m a bit nervous to go from homeschooling one child to now three in very different grade levels:preschool, 2nd and 4th grade. Here are some […]

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Add Sparkle to Your Family Day Activity: Making Ravioli with Kids

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AddSparkle #CollectiveBias Sometimes it’s good to get out of our everyday routine and add SPARKLE to our week. Our little familia does this on Family Day.  Family day is what adds pizzazz, connection, fun and laughter to our weekly mundane routine–allowing us […]

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Barn Yard & Farm Animals Craft {TP Tubes Craft}

I had no idea when I was making this Barnyard & Farm Animals Pretend Play craft, that it would be a HUGE hit. My little one slept with his barnyard pretty much every night for a week. Took it to preschool to show it to his friends. Takes it with him when we go to church […]

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9 Must Do’s to Instill Creativity In Your Child

9 Must Do’s to Instill Creativity In Your Child My toddler was in the living room quietly playing while I was in the kitchen hesitantly creating in my own way–dinner. After I put them to bed, I went down to the living room and noticed he had not cleaned up his toys. Usually this annoys me […]

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Simple Water Fun: Splish Splash Kids’ Bike Wash

Simple Water Fun: Splish Splash Kids’ Bike Wash An older friend just reminded me that these are the types of activities she enjoyed as a kid back when they didn’t have all the camps, vbs and activities over the summer. They just played and had fun.  She went on to say this about our activity,”A much […]

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My Best Traveling With Kids Tips {From an Expat Mom}

We live the expat or a more trendy term that I like to use, we are “global nomads”. Our heart is divided into hundreds of pieces throughout the world.  We travel to and fro from our two homes (home is where the heart is, right) in the U.S. and in South America.  The fact that my kids […]

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Calming Count Box Activity for Kids

We had a LONG flying day and it still wasn’t over. My husband left me and my toddler at the airport with all the luggage while he hunted down a car rental place and pick it up.  I finally pulled out the Calming Count Box I made for him back home. Up to that point […]

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Calm Down Kit for Kids & Activities with Duracell

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PrepWithPower  #CollectiveBias with Duracell You’re probably reading this because you have or know a child that needs help and encouragement to calm down or de-stress from a emotionally charged situation.  It’s good to keep in mind that these type of […]

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Ice Cream Party!

I scream for ice cream! I scream for an ice cream party! This was a simple gathering that I put together for my sons class as a back to school party.  But this would work for any occasion. This was such a fun party to throw, enjoy all the ideas. Here’s some simple décor that […]

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Dinosaur Activity: DIY Excavation & Hatching Egg

There’s nothing like a Dinosaur activity to get my boys excited!  Their are lots of versions to the Dinosaur Eggs online: sand, clay, dirt and water (which is the one we did). This one was the easiest and I could manage to squeeze in our very long list of things to do to get ready […]

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Summer Camp at Home: Animal Activities & Snacks

The All Things Bloggers united to bring you a  chock full of ideas for your summer camp at home!   Make sure you stop by all summer long to check out the fun– at the end of the week you’ll have an awesome resource for each of the themes above. My kids are animal lovers so it […]

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Simple & Inexpensive Summer Bucket List Ideas

It’s summer! Well we actually still in school with two weeks to go but we are so ready for it.  I’m sharing with you a list of fabulous and fun simple & inexpensive VISUAL summer bucket list ideas.  Who says fun has to have a big fat price tag on it?  I love that it’s a visual […]

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