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Spring Bucket List With Free Printable

Spring bucket list for families

We love making bucket lists as a way of organizing the most important things that we would like to as a family in a given season. We have done one for summer, fall, and Christmas. Here is our Spring bucket list! Here is a free printable with the list.

1. Visit a farm and

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Tell a Fairy Tale Day with Magic Fairy Wand Craft

Fairy wand

Once Upon a Time,

There once was a mommy who loved her family more than anything in the world. Sometimes she felt the day-to-day monotony could put a damper on her and her family’s mood. To overcome this, she became determined to bring some fun and whimsy into their everyday lives. One way she did this was to celebrate a fun/silly/unique/unknown holiday once a month

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Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt

What is more fun for a kid then going on a hunt to find “treasures”? This is a super fun scavenger hunt tailored for Valentine’s day. It is great because it serves as a fun activity but you can also use the items you hide as your child’s Valentine’s Day gift and/or items for a super cute Valentine’s Day sensory bin ( I will be posting about ours tomorrow).

Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt
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{Celebrate the Fun} Silly Holiday Series

I am SUPER excited to announce a new series on my blog: Celebrate the Fun. Each month I will be featuring on my blog an obscure, bizarre, silly, and fun Holiday and what my family did to celebrate.

Fun Family Traditions

I thought this would be a fun way to bring some excitement and whimsy into our lives. It is a way to take ordinary days in our

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Christmas Tradition: Gingerbread House

Gingerbread house

We started a new tradition this Christmas; Decorating gingerbread houses. Decorating a gingerbread house with a toddler is a little bit different experience than I remember. Something I have learned since becoming a parent is to just go along for the ride and don’t take anything too seriously. In this case, I let go of wanting a beautiful and picturesque gingerbread house and instead let my daughter enjoy

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Christmas Tree Traditions

Christmas Tree Tradition

Christmas Tree Tradition

For a few years during my childhood, my parents would take a us to a Christmas tree lot and we would pick out our very own Christmas tree. I remember feeling that there was something magical about picking out your own tree. I knew that when I started a family I wanted to do the same.

I know that artificial trees have many

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{Christmas Traditions} Magic Reindeer food with FREE Poem Printable

Magic Reindeer Food

Magic Reindeer Food

This is a tradition that my mom has been doing with her grandchildren for many years. I am so excited to start the tradition with my own daughter this year. I love that children believe in magic and I want to bring as much “magic” into my daughters life as possible.

To make Reindeer Food you’ll need:

Oats Glitter

Here is the poem

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12 Days of Christmas: Family Activities

Christmas activities for familes. 12 Days of Christmas

Christmas activities for familes. 12 Days of Christmas

Here are 12 Christmas activities to do as a family, as part of the 12 Days of Christmas! This is a list of things I want to do this Christmas season with my family. They are in no particular order!

1. Visit Santa: A mall, a tree lot, or wherever else, you are

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Christmas Around the World: Nicaragua

Feliz Navidad

Feliz Navidad

I am a typical American girl. Christmas for me growing up was the stereotypical straight out of the Christmas movies with family, food, and fun. My husband is a first generation American. His family lived in Nicaragua and fled to Miami, Florida to escape their home country that was ravaged by civil war. When we had our daughter, we knew that teaching her about both

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Holiday Photo Memories

recording memories of the holidays

“A moment lasts all of a second, but the memory lives on forever.” -Unknown

recording memories of the holidays

This was my daughter’s 2nd Thanksgiving and it is amazing how much difference a year makes. As I was pondering how fast the holidays past, I really wanted a way to record and capture some of the memories. I thought that this was an easy and cute way

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