Disney releases a preview of its Frozen sequel, a single dad masters the art of French braiding, and it’s time to talk to your kids about money. And salt.
As new moms we always wait for the day when our babies can say “mama”…the reality is that “dada” is usually our child’s first word and we spend our days trying to get them to say OUR name! As moms to older children, there are days when “MOMMY” is all you hear….
Do you have a flare for photography? For Father’s Day, create this framed photo for Dad. The kids will love to create the craft, then model for the camera. You can use online editing software to create one image to frame, or even frame three separate photos for the wall.
Whether we’re celebrating our Dads this Father’s Day, our husbands or our brothers; all Dads deserve to be celebrated! They work hard both in the home and out and this year we have some great award-winning product ideas. We hope that this will help you in your search for the special gift for the special Dad in your life!
Is there anything cuter than the homemade gifts that you get from school for holidays? This Father’s Day is your chance to tell Dad, Grandpa or Papa that you think he’s pretty awesome by making a fun craft from the kids.
In preschool, my sweet little 3 year old brought home this awesome homemade tie for my husband for Father’s Day. Being the very cool Dad that he is, my hubby wore the tie to work every day for a week (and still does sometimes!). My son would watch him get dressed every morning, hoping to “catch” him forgetting to put it on. What my son doesn’t know is that his Daddy kept a supply of ties in his desk at work and that he really only wore his creation for the car ride. It doesn’t really matter the length of time that the tie was worn at all, because I can assure you that both of them were beaming with pride each morning.
Wow has the rest of summer ever gone fast and here we are just past September. As you might recall my husband has taken the plunge into being a full time dad! He is now the one who takes care of the kids, cooks most of the meals and does a large percentage of the cleaning in our house.