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Summer 2012 To-Do List

Summer 2012 To-Do List

I love a good To-Do list, so when I saw Summer To-Do lists popping up all over Pinterest, I knew I had to make one as well.
Healthy Frozen Treats for Summer

Healthy Frozen Treats for Summer

There's more to cool summer treats than ice cream and sugary popsicles. Make these healthy snacks for a cool, everyday summer treat. Bonus: Frozen treats for the grown-ups!
Book Review: I Want My Hat Back

Book Review: I Want My Hat Back

A bear goes from forest animal to forest animal in search of his hat. Each animal responds differently. The bear becomes depressed about his lost hat but then has a Eureka! moment when he remembers where he last saw it.
Howdy Moms: 02 - One and Done

Howdy Moms: 02 – One and Done

Anna and Ginger talk about why they have decided to have one child. They also give some feedback on the sex show.
Book Review: My First Little House Series

Book Review: My First Little House Series

A review of My First Little House, a series of picture books adapted from Laura Ingalls Wilder's original stories. For ages 3-5.
5 Essentials for a Great Baby Storytime

5 Essentials for a Great Baby Storytime

It's never too early to begin reading to your child. Here's what makes up the best story time for babies.
Review: Ovo by Cirque du Soleil

Review: Ovo by Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil's OVO is touring the United States. It's a show full of acrobatic wonder and clowns dressed as bugs. But is it appropriate for kids?
Outdoor Kit: Go Outside and Stay There

Outdoor Kit: Go Outside and Stay There

The warm weather is here! It's time to get outdoors. Here's what you need to stay at the park all afternoon.
Fat Mom to Fit Mom

Fat Mom to Fit Mom

Jason and Anna talk about Anna's weight loss journey.
How To:  Make a (no sew) tutu

How To: Make a (no sew) tutu

I made a tutu. It took an hour and cost less than $10. Learn how you can do this, too!
How To: Dye Play Silks with Kool-Aid

How To: Dye Play Silks with Kool-Aid

Commercial Play silks are expensive - about $12-$15 a piece from specialty toy stores or Etsy. But you can also make them for very little money and with very little effort.
Get Crafty: Rainbow Noodle Project

Get Crafty: Rainbow Noodle Project

Anna and Elliot had a party to celebrate the first day of spring, and wanted to do a craft. Here is a great project for preschoolers: Rainbow Noodles!