Back To School Breakfast Basket! A Box Tops For Education Fundraising Idea! #BTFE

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Back To School Breakfast Basket

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine. A week ago I shared a trip up to Walmart, where my son and I shopped specially marked packages of General Mills items with 5 Box Tops. Well today I am going to be revealing the Back To […]

Little Tikes Sizzle ‘n Serve Grill Review! A Toy That Is Great For Make Believe!

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Little Tikes Sizzle and Serve Grill Review Shots

A special thank you goes out to Little Tikes for providing this free sample of the Sizzle ‘n Serve Grill for my family to review. Opinions expressed are that of my own. When I can find a toy that all 3 of my kids can play with as well as a set that encourages imagination, well […]

Dinosaur Bones Craft Inspired by JURASSIC WORLD and Fandango Gift Card Giveaway {Ended}! #JurassicWorld

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Dinosaur Fossil Craft (3)

The following post about JURASSIC WORLD, the Dinosaur Bones Craft, as well as Gift Card giveaway is sponsored by Fandango Family. Photos and details of JURASSIC WORLD in the post are courtesy of Fandango and opinions expressed are that of my own. The new installment of Jurassic Park called JURASSIC WORLD will be hitting theaters this Friday […]

Broccoli Tater Tots Recipe and Produce for Kids Healthy Eating Campaign! #ProduceforKids

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Broccoli Tater Tots as a side dish

The following sponsored post featuring Broccoli Tater Tots is on behalf of Produce for Kids. Opinions expressed are that of my own. For the 13th year, Produce for Kids is partnering with Publix to encourage shoppers to add more fruits and veggies to their carts, which in turn will benefit Feeding America. From May 28 […]

Teaching Shapes To My Toddler With Kinetic Sand!

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Teaching Shapes With Kinetic Sand!

Something  fun and a Mom WIN that I wanted to share. I am all about using the resources that I already have on hand. Whether with strips of paper, crayons, or upcyling items, I try to be resourceful with the ways I teach my children. I work with my Toddler on what we refer to […]

Mother’s Day Frame Craft Made With Popsicle Sticks and Card Stock!

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Mother's Day Frame Craft Activity

Are are looking for an easy Mother’s Day craft for your kids to create? Here is an activity that is great for hand-eye coordination and is also a fun way to honor that special MOM in your child or children’s lives. To recreate the Mother’s Day Frame Craft you will need the following: 2-4 pieces of Cardstock Paper (Pinks, […]

7 Tips To Relieving Stress & The Stress Less Sweepstakes! #StressLess2BMyBest

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Sporting Event with Child

Let’s face it, life can be stressful sometimes. However the way we choose to react and how we calm ourselves down can make all the difference. I have 3 children, a husband, aging dogs, and the usual events that life throws my way. Keeping it all in check can be a challenge and I end up either staying up late trying to […]

Chuggington Fire Patrol Rescue DVD With Fire Safety Tips and Free Coloring Sheet!

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Chuggington Fire Rescue Patrol Box 3D

Thanks to Anchor Bay Entertainment, I was sent a fun package to celebrate the release of the Chuggington’s newest DVD Fire Patrol Rescue, available March 31st. Chuggington is a contemporary CGI-animated TV series created for preschoolers shown daily on Disney Jr.  This DVD’s story line follows three young trainees, Wilson, Brewster, and Koko, as they learn to become independent […]

Dial Miracle Oil Body Wash Review Plus Giveaway!

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Dial Miracle Oil Body Wash

Thanks to Dial I received a sample of New Dial Miracle Oil Body Wash for review purposes. Opinions expressed are that of my own. Do you ever just take a moment to breathe in the scent of your body wash? Well I encourage you to do exactly that when you try Dial’s latest product, Dial Miracle Oil Body Wash. Infused with […]

St. Patrick’s Day Craft Lucky Scavenger Hunt! Teaches Problem Solving and Numbers!

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Lucky Scavenger Hunt putting Clovers in numerical order

Looking to do something fun with preschoolers and elementary aged children on St. Patrick’s Day? The Lucky Scavenger Hunt will not only get your children up and moving, but will also have them using problem solving and numerical skills. Here is what is needed to recreate this St. Patrick’s Day Craft  activity: – 2 to 4 pieces of […]