Who doesn’t love dinosaurs?! Just about all of us had a dinosaur phase growing up. They’re big, they’re cool, they’re kind of funny looking. Just what a toddler loves. And dinosaur toys aren’t just for boys anymore, there are tons of dinosaur toys for girls or that are great for either gender. These items make great birthday or Christmas gifts for kids. If your toddler loves dinosaurs you’re sure to find the perfect gift on this list.
I want to share with an awesome line of dresses I came across from Princess Awesome. The company was started by, and run by two moms. I love supporting other moms and their dresses are so cute. They’re not only cute but unique. They have options from infant up through girls size 12. Every little girl deserves one of these fun dresses!
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If you have a toddler I’m sure you’re like me and constantly looking for new, inexpensive, ways to keep them busy! Bonus points if it’s somewhat educational as well. I’m a stay at home mom so I feel like I have even more pressure not just to entertain, but to educate. I’ve been amazed at how long a bag of craft pom poms, two spoons, and a couple buckets have kept my daughter busy. Check out what we did with them below and some other fun pom pom activities as well!
Looking for awesome things to do in San Diego with toddlers or young kids? Whether you’re planning a visit, a recent transplant, or a native looking for new ideas this list is full of great ideas for you! I was born and raised here in America’s Finest City, San Diego, and there are so many things to do I sometimes forget things. I’ve broken down the best ideas along with must-have information, costs, and any tips I’ve gained so far.
My husband and I recently passed another relationship test, our first road trip together! It was also our first road trip with a toddler (17 months old). She did surprisingly well. I want to share with you what worked to keep her (mostly) happy and occupied on our drive.
Traveling with a toddler is tough. They’re too old to sleep the whole drive but too young for many car games. They also don’t understand why they are trapped in a car seat for hours on end.
As a mom, I am always looking for a new way to entertain my toddler! They have the attention span of a fly so having something new is key. Here are 3 quick and easy DIY toddler activities you can make for FREE from items you already have at home or by spending just a few dollars at the dollar store. These activities will also help them to practice their motor development skills. If you have a 1-2 year old give these a try!