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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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Ultimate Fun to Summer Guide

It’s Summertime and your children are bored. Don’t direct your kids to the TV! Mom’s Library has you covered with the best Summer Activities for Kids all in one place. New ideas will be added continually, bringing you the ULTIMATE resource for your summer vacation from your Mom’s Library host: True Aim Education ~ The […]

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Camping Hacks Series: #2 Lantern from a Sippy Cup

I love, love, love–how this lantern from a sippy cup turned out.  My little one used it for weeks after our camping trip.  I’ve seen this done using plastic peanut butter jars but we didn’t have any so I had to get creative.  That’s when I found some sippy cups that haven’t been used in ages. […]

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Camping Hacks: Ideas That Save You Time

I was gloating to my “professional” camping husband that according to my website I’m also a pro camper.  He laughed but then I showed him my blog stats and pretty much every day for the past year this post right here “Camping With Kids: Packing Checklist and List” it gets 100′s of views daily, just yesterday […]

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Sick Day Activities for Kids

We’ve all had our share of sick kiddos staying home from school. Right, moms?  What usually happens to us is that he gets a fever in the late afternoon at school, he’s fine and playing the rest of the day but the next day we keep him home just to make sure he’s really fine. […]

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Take It Outside! Outdoor Fun With the Kids

It’s still raining in our neck of the woods but for the most part we have at least 2 or 3 hours during the day, when we can enjoy some outdoor fun with the kids! So go ahead and take the games outside! Here are some of my favorite outdoor fun activities from our Mom’s […]

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A Simple DIY Birthday Gift Kids Love! (surprise inside)

This is the best birthday gift ever!  Seriously, every kid we’ve given this gift to has been totally excited about it and even more, when they open it up and discover the money!  Are you ready to find out how to make this Simple DIY Birthday Gift Kids Love? The best thing about this Bubble […]

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Mother’s Day Activity: 10 Things I Love About You Mom Printable

Mother’s are the best! At least mine is and for the most part my kids think I’m pretty cool (or at least that’s what I tell myself). I was at the library the other day and I ran across a group of school kids who were working on a Mother’s day project that had them […]

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Mother’s Day Cards Kid’s Can Make

I have so much to thank my mother for, and as my kids get older I only wonder how in the world did my mom raise three kids pretty much on her own (my father worked a lot). Well, here are some great Mother’s Day Cards Kid’s Can Make from our Mom’s Library link up […]

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“I’m Bored” List of Kids Activities

If you’re a mom, teacher, babysitter or anyone who has had a child under your care for more than 30 minutes you’ve probably heard these words, “I’m bored.” Here’s a list kids activities you can look through when you hear those inevitable words uttered for the 50th time in your home. “I’m Bored” List of Kids Activities: […]

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Cinco De Mayo Toddler Activity: Mexican Flag Art

This Cinco de Mayo Toddler Activity was perfect for my little guy. I am really enjoying toilet paper printing for little ones. The tp roll is the perfect size for their little hands.  Not only will they get some history from the Mexican flag activity but they will also get to practice their colors. Flags […]

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Cinco de Mayo Activity for Kids: Mexican Pyramids

We are trying to move beyond the sombreros and donkey kid activities for Cinco de Mayo so we came up with this Mexican Pyramid activity! During this time of the year we are inundated with short men with long mustaches and tall sombrero images. Though I don’t find them offensive I wanted to explore some activities that truly portray the beauty and […]

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