Loose Parts and Creative Play are an amazing way to foster independent play for your child! But buying all of those adorable sets can be PRICEY… so I decided to give it a go at “DIY” and I’m in love- and so is Jaxon!
Cooking with your toddler(s) can be an amazing learning experience! But not everything in the kitchen is safe or appropriate for little hands. Finding age appropriate tools is one of the best ways to make meal prep easier with your little one by your side. Here are some of my favorite toddler kitchen tools! ThisContinue reading “Toddler Kitchen Tools”
It isn’t a surprise that with a Bachelors degree in nutrition and a background teaching children’s culinary classes (age 2-16) that cooking with little people is one of my FAVORITE ways to help them learn new foods! But not everyone feels quite as confident in the kitchen when they have their little one with them.Continue reading “10 Tips for Cooking with Your Toddler(s): While Staying Sane, Safe, and Sanitary”
I have spent hours on hours researching what to get a toddler for Christmas (because obviously, he can’t tell us himself). In case you’re in the same boat as we are, here is your lifeline (aka gift guide) to get your little one smiling on Christmas morning!
As Jax is getting bigger and more active, I am finding it harder and harder to keep him entertained…we decided to venture out to Fort Worth, Texas (we live directly in the middle of Dallas and Fort Worth) to Ridgmar Mall to try out SeaQuest Fort Worth.