Frozen fever is still very real in our house. We have daily sing alongs to "Let it Go" and "Into the Unknown", I've practically perfected "ohhhh" if I do say so myself. We weren't able to see Frozen 2 but we watched it after it was released on Blu-ray and all I can say is WOW! So fun to see how the animation of these characters; Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven, has evolved since Frozen, Frozen Fever and even Olaf's Frozen Adventure. The songs are beautiful and heartfelt and unlike the first installment, Frozen 2 really pulls on the heartstrings, my husband laughed at me when it was over because he saw that I was crying during a particularly emotional scene. No spoilers here don't worry. To keep the celebration of Frozen going I'm sharing three activities you can do with your family!
Looking for Seuss-peration? You've come to the right place. I've rounded up more than 15 of the best Seuss inspired crafts and activities. From hats perfect (purrfect?) for a cat, truffula trees, and even butter in a jar. These crafts and activities are sure to get you and your family ready to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day on March 2nd.
One of my favorite days of the year is almost here! March 2nd, aka Dr. Seuss Day! I am a huge fan of all things Seuss and I love celebrating him each year. When I worked at a daycare I made sure my class got to enjoy "green eggs and ham" and we made Seuss themed crafts. Now as a mom I make sure we attend as many Seuss-themed events in the area as we can! This post is dedicated to food, Seuss food, that is. I've rounded up 13 Seuss inspired foods to help you celebrate Dr. Seuss Day (Read Across America Day)
Disney's Frozen 2 is available on Digital starting TODAY and is being released on Blu-ray February 25th. Like Olaf said, "winter's a good time to stay in a cuddle" so grab your kids, your friends, your neighbors and get ready to have the perfect Frozen 2 movie night.
Elmo celebrates his birthday on February 3rd and there's no better way to celebrate with him than with by making this fun, easy and relatively mess-free Elmo craft! This craft requires minimal supplies, doesn't take very long and is perfect for toddlers. Looking for more of a mess? I've got you covered, we completed this craft two ways; messy and mess-free.
Recently we went to a Christmas festival and at one of the stations they set up a super fun, easy and low-mess Grinch paper craft. This holiday craft requires few supplies and very little prep and it's toddler friendly!
Toddlers are active, like, super active and they need to constantly do something every second that they are awake. During the summer it is easy to let them run around the backyard or at a playground but as the weather gets colder we lose those options. So what can we do? If you're anything like me, you're trying to keep your toddler entertained without always having to open up your wallet. I'm here to tell you it is not as hard as you would think to find free, toddler friendly events near you in fact, you may not have to look any further than your local mall.
Dr. Seuss's Birthday is March 2nd and to celebrate there are a few events happening nationwide!