Is it just me or does it seem like it’s taking FOREVER to get to Easter this year?! Geez! This year I wanted to make the holiday special by creating Easter mocktail that the kids can enjoy after all the eggs have been found. Finished off with the cutest, not to mention super easy to make drink stirrer, this Easter treat will not disappoint kids and adults alike!
Being that this is my second child, it is really easy to be more lax about things that you were so adamant about with the first child. In an effort to make Hendrix’s arrival just as special as his big sister’s, I sat down this weekend and crafted a baby hospital door wreath as unique as his name.
Currently I am “hunkered down” in my house in Houston as hurricane Harvey makes his way though the Gulf Coast. All is well and I am even afforded some time to get blogging done (thank God for electricity!) I have been wanting to make my two year old daughter Camilla more a part of the preparations for her baby brother’s arrival in 5 weeks. I thought it would be a great idea for her to make some artwork for his room.
I must admit, I am not a true blue baseball fan. There, I said it! Maybe in the days of yore it was America’s favorite past time, but I am pretty sure America’s favorite past time now is Netflix and chilling! To honor the fact that my city is representing well, and to acknowledge that I may be in the minority when it comes to the love of the game, I wanted to share this Easy DIY Baseball Wreath with you so that you too can show your pride right on your front door.
It was important to Cameron and I to do something fun with Cami this summer because it was going to be our last real opportunity for it to be our little family of three. This weekend and throughout the 4th of July week we are headed to South Padre Island and I am thrilled to be spending time with the family on the beach. I am preparing for our 6 hour drive with these 7 super easy toddler-friendly DIY road trip activities to keep Cami’s hands and mind busy.