My baby girl has started crawling and likes chasing after toys. To keep baby entertained I made a DIY activity roller for her to play with using two pop bottles, golf balls, and jingle bells. It rolls nicely on the floor and baby really likes trying to get it as it rolls away from her. And when she catches it she likes tipping the balls from one end to the other end like an hour glass.
It’s been a while since I posted, and while I wish I could say it’s because we went somewhere fun for the long weekend, it’s actually because we had a nasty virus ripping through our house. I’ll spare you the details. I’ve started my toy cleaning spree to get rid of the germs. Usually, I clean the kids toys with lysol wipes, in the bath with some water and bleach, or in the washing machine. I’d never cleaned felt food before and I had no idea how to. However, I’m proud to say I figured it out and managed to clean ours with minimal effort! Continue reading to find out how to sanitize felt food.
The first line of the trailer for Bad Moms is: “I’m going to try to do everything by self today, which should be fine, as long as everyone does what they’re supposed to do, right? Oh no…” She says it perfectly. And then she’s late for everything that day. Before kids I was semi punctual. Now that I have a 2.5 year toddler and a 8 month baby I have a whole new list of reasons for being late.
At our house cooking dinner is a gong show. The gong show starts as soon as I start pulling ingredients out of the fridge at 4:30, and it continues until the last bite of food is thrown onto the floor. Here’s the truth about cooking with a 2.5 year old toddler and a 8 month old baby.
My toddler and I recently read the book Toy Boat, by Randall de Seve and Loren Long. After reading this book my little guy informed me he wanted a sailboat like the one in the book. If you haven’t read this book it’s about a boy who sails his toy sailboat on a string in the lake. One day the little boy accidentally drops the string and loses his sailboat. The toy boat sails around the lake looking for the boy.