EduVenturing – Blissful Bathtime for Everyone

Eduventuring – Blissful Bathtime For Everyone Over the past few years we have been introduced to a whole new world of bathtime fun. We have been very privileged to try different bath products – each unique and special in their very own way, but it is not very often that mommy gets to be spoiled too. Eduventuring sent both A and I some bathtime spoils and it was just so

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There’s No Wrong Way To Be A Boy Planes, trains, trucks and toys… there’s nothing quite like little boys. This quote rings in my ears every time I watch A play, and although he loves playing with planes, trains and trucks, it is not that part that caught my attention, but the – toys – part. I say this because A also loves to play with dolls, makeup and princess

Swing, Climb, Go Wild with Blue Heaven’s Swing board

Swing, Climb, Go Wild with Blue Heaven’s Swing Board Because to move is Art As a mom and teacher I am always looking for versatile and educational toys – toys that will encourage my boy to use his imagination, to explore, to PLAY. Kids these days are surrounded with all kinds of technology that steal their childhoods – tablets, phones, game stations, etc. Kids no longer know how to PLAY!

Never miss another milestone with Blink Portraits

Never Miss Another Milestone With Blink Portraits “They grow up too fast” sounds like just another cliché, that is until you become a parent… I only really started to understand this when I became a mom. As a mom the days can feel so incredibly long, but the years are so so very short. You blink and suddenly they sit, blink again and they crawl, blink-walk, blink-talk, blink and they

Playing With Thomas And Friends

Playing With Thomas And Friends Trains, planes, trucks and toys, there’s nothing quite like little boys… This quote definitely sums up A at his current age. He is all about trains, planes and trucks, with his favorite definitely being trains. So… when this Thomas and Friends Diesel Tunnel Blast arrived at our doorstep his excitement was over the roof. I’ve never seen his face light up so brightly within seconds

Arts and Crafts with Doodle Tots

Arts and Crafts with Doodle Tots Let’s talk arts and crafts – A loves it, I hate it. Okay, actually I have a love-hate relationship with arts and crafts. I know how important it is for child development, especially for children between the ages of 3 and 8, and I have weekly arts and crafts classes with my Grade 2 class. I hate it, because I suck at it. As

6 Fun Ways To Encourage Learning With The Play Doh Shape and Learn Numbers and Counting kit

6 Fun Ways To Encourage Learning With The Play Doh Shape and Learn Numbers and Counting kit As a foundation phase teacher, I know how important playing with Play Doh is when it comes to the development of some crucial skills such as their fine motor, sensory motor, language and socialization skills. You can just imagine my excitement when one of Play Doh’s shape and learn kits arrived at our

Earthbound Kidz – 100% clean, 100% bathtime FUN!

Earthbound Kidz – 100% clean, 100% bathtime FUN! A loves bath time, in fact, I think it’s his favorite time of the day. This is the time where he can unwind, take a breath and relax after a very busy, stimulating day and I just love seeing how his little body instantly relaxes as the warm water and bubbles surround him. He can spend hours in the water, so I

The Jellyfish Jiggle Book Review

The Jellyfish Jiggle Book Review As a mom and teacher who knows and understands the importance of reading, I am always on the hunt for fun and educational books to add to A’s book collection. Recently we were introduced to “The jellyfish Jiggle, by Kayla Diamond” and we could just not get enough! The jellyfish Jiggle is a colorful and fun little book that is not only packed with cute

24 Fun Christmas Themed Activities to do over the December Holidays 2020

24 Fun Christmas Themed Activities to do over the December Holidays 2020 Can you believe that we are already here? This year has been one of a kind and taught us to really treasure the little things in life. I know that this year has been a challenging one for most, and I have seen way too many moms saying that the year took away that festive feeling for them.