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Mothers Day Food your Kids Can Make
Here is another Mothers day post but this time some ideas for food. Some of these your little ones might need more help (hint hint dad!) but they might be fine if they are a little older though.
Mothers day Pancake Breakfast
Pancakes are always a great choice and what about multi-coloured ones to brighten up mums day? Check out my other page for more great pancake ideas.
find the instructions here.
Raspberry Jelly Hearts
find full instructions here.
Bacon and Egg Cupcakes
These look yummy and so cute, something different for Mothers day breakfast.
Find the full instructions here.
Yep thats right, how easy is this! Pizza made on a tortilla!
full recipe here.
These look like so fun, using sprinkles as the colouring. Lets hope the kids will leave you one! 🙂
find the full recipe here.
Would it be bad to have them all in one day? 🙂
Valentine’s Day Crafts for Toddlers (Especially Boys)
Valentines day is quickly creeping up, its saturday just in case you might forget! 🙂
Im still trying to keep an eye open for Valentines crafts but it also got me thinking Valentines is very pink/red and pretty so how do you get your little boys involved if they arent into all that?
Here are some ideas i think might work that i found on mummysbundle.
The only issue I’ve run into is that my little boy isn’t too fond of crayons, markers or paint-type projects at the moment. He’d much rather be playing with puppets, tossing objects or pushing cars.
That got me thinking. If I could just find Valentines’ crafts that had some creative movement to them –crafts he could use in pretend play, it would be perfect. So I searched a bit harder. I finally came across a few that would do the trick.
Here are 4 Valentines’ day crafts I found for active toddlers, especially rambunctious little boys like my own:
Isn’t this idea simply adorable? I know this could work well for either boys or girls, but thought my little man in particular would get a kick out of wiggling little inch-worm pencils across the floor and then using them to chase our dog around the house, hehe!
I love the fact that these cupid arrows work just like paper planes. Not only are they very simple to create, they are perfect for little hands that love to toss things all day!!
Since my little guy LOVES both dogs and puppets, I was so glad I found this puppy puppet. I can’t wait to see his face light up when we put a couple of these together for a puppet show!
This one too cute to pass up. Popsicle sticks are so much more durable than construction paper projects so I know my kid won’t tear it to pieces the moment we start playing. I can just picture him launching the butterfly up in the air and making him fly. Plus, once he sees the googly-eyes I’m sure he will be all smiley faces :)!
What do you think of these kids dress up Valentines ideas? I love the idea of the heart bracelet.