Aaaaages and ages ago, Urban Outfitters used to make “tapestries” which were really like awesome hemmed pieces of huge fabric. They still make “tapestries” but
My little girl has lots of “hair things” and for a while, I just had them in a drawer in her dresser. But that’s not
A lot of people I know have a pajama tradition for Christmas. Usually it’s a gift that each child can open on Christmas Eve —
This simple-to-make toy is sure to bring lots of “I Spy” scavenger hunting fun. Make yours themed, or make a more general one like mine. I’ll show you step-by-step how to craft your toddler game!
This handmade Matryoshka project took about a week of evening sketching and painting, but the labor of love was well worth it! A little rainbow nesting doll set for my daughter was the result, and I hope she loves playing with it as much as I loved nesting dolls when I was a kid.
Here’s another little gift I made for Anneliese. I haven’t really made much of an effort to hide them as I made them, because she’s
I have so many winter/Christmas/Hanukkah/Holiday childrenâ€™s books, and this tradition will make sure they are all read and enjoyed each year. I’m looking forward to seeing how this tradition evolves, and how my kids become more involved in it as the years go by.