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My kids are six and three years old and are the messiest eaters.  I don’t know what it is about them, but they manage to spill something on themselves at every meal, so I still have them wear bibs when they eat.  I heard about Groovi Gee, a British children’s fashion brand in London that makes bibs.  I wanted to give them a try, so I went to their website, which was well organized and very easy to use.  I was just going to get one bib to try out at first, but the designs were so stinkin’ cute, I ended up purchasing...

Celebrate Mardi Gras with your kids with these fun activities, crafts, and food! Mardi Gras Fireworks Show Group Activity: The colors of Mardi Gras are purple (for justice), green (for faith), and gold (for power).  For younger children, have them give examples of things that are those colors.  (Ex. “A frog is green.”)  For older children, have them give examples of things that represent the color meanings. (Ex. “A king has power.) Now give each child a purple, green, or yellow scarf and have them pretend they...

I just got back from McDonalds.  My three year old didn’t have preschool today, so I thought I’d take her out for a little Mommy and Me lunch date.  I was surprised when the cashier didn’t ask me if the Happy Meal was for a boy or a girl (which is something I hate in itself… but I’ll save that rant for another day).  When my daughter opened up her Happy Meal box, I could see why I wasn’t asked. McDonalds is giving away books instead of toys in their Happy Meals through February 15th.  They are Valentine’s...

Keep your children busy this holiday season with these fun and festive Christmas arts and crafts projects: ...

My husband, two daughters (Ages  6 and 3), brother, nephew (Age 4), and I attended a Party From The Inside Out event hosted by The Fabulous Party People, a children’s entertainment company in the Bay Area specializing in birthday parties. This was our first experience with the company and I couldn’t pass it up, because my children had the opportunity to meet some of their favorite characters from Inside Out, Joy and Sadness. It was very reasonably priced too. Tickets were only $5 per child and free for adults. Since space...

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