Celebrating Dad on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is just around the corner on the third Sunday in June, so it’s time to get ready for Dad’s big celebration. Here are some great gift ideas that are easy to make. Make a special baseball plate. With just a few items, you can create a unique gift that features your child’s handprints… Read more »

Mother’s Day Fun

Mother’s Day is approaching and we have a few ideas on how you can treat the mom in your life. And, if you’re the mom, these are great “hints” to share with your family! Crafty kids. There are several ways the kids can get involved to make homemade gifts for Mother’s Day that any mom will… Read more »

Outdoor Play Ideas

With the warm weather upon us, the time is perfect for outdoor games and outdoor playdates for your little ones to engage in. We have a few ideas for you below. Try out an inflatable bowling set. Jumbo bowling outside will offer the kids an opportunity to make up their own rules while playing with… Read more »

Babyproofing Your Home

Babyproofing your house can be a daunting task. Try to get down to the eye level of your baby and take stock of what hazards are lurking for them from that angle. We also have a few basic tips to keep in mind as you get started. Cabinets. Cabinets can create a hazard as babies… Read more »

Toy Clean Up Tips for Kids

Keeping your house clean and tidy when you are faced with toys from every angle can be tough! We have a few tips on how you can encourage your children to keep things neat. Give the toys a bedtime. When it’s time to go to sleep, have your little ones put their toys to sleep… Read more »

Picking Safe Toys for Your Children

In 2014, 183, 800 children under the age of 15 years were seen in emergency departments for toy-related injuries. If you do the math, that’s 504 kids every day. And more than a third of those injured were children ages 5 and under. It can be confusing at times to determine what toys your children… Read more »