This behavior chart is intended to be a positive tool to help your child visualize the progress of their day or goal. This should be a motivational tool to help your child eliminate negative behavior, as well as reinforcing positive … Continue reading
Kid #2 turns 15 in July. She wanted to have a glow party/rave for her birthday bash. This summer party will be fun and frugal, as I try to stick to a tight budget.
Doing a glow party on the cheap is a struggle. There is a minimum you have to spend on the black lights if you don’t know someone you can borrow them from. And there are lots of glowey things on eBay that look like a ton of fun.
This Christmas I made several gifts for the little ones in my family. One of the things I made was a felt dinosaur play mat. I kept track of the process so I could share some tips with you, and … Continue reading
I don’t have a mantel, but I do have a shelf, and some spring mantel envy. As soon as the weather warms up I get the spring cleaning itch, and part of that is prettying up the house. I see … Continue reading
Here is a green alternative toothpaste recipe you can make at home. Please enjoy our 3 ingredient homemade toddler toothpaste recipe. My toddler hates minty toothpaste, so we skip the usual peppermint extract, but this is great for adults too. … Continue reading
Use this lovely weekly meal plan printable to organize and display your weekly menu. The quickest way to save on groceries is to start planning your meals, and sticking to that list. Creating a meal plan for a week is … Continue reading
I freakin’ love Emily Dickinson. Kid #2’s middle name is Emily. Here is one of her darker poems (If I should die), prettified into a Halloween printable.Continue reading
In World War II a poster was distributed that said the following:
USE IT UP – WEAR IT OUT – MAKE IT DO!
This is an adage that is near and dear to every frugal heart.
I have created a free printable PDF to help remind you.
When kid #3 was born it had been ten years. I admit my Sesame Street days were long past and my nursery rhymes were rusty.
I have created a cheat sheet for parents, a collection of songs to sing to babies.
There is a DIY Rotating Goal List on fire on Pinterest right now. Here is a bare bones Rotating Goal List for your printing pleasure.Continue reading