Our 2014 {Simple} Summer Bucket List

For the past 3 years, I’ve created a new list of 101 summer activities each year to help inspire your summer plans. While I love being inspired by the ideas on those lists, I figure 303 ideas is enough for you to choose from without me scouring Pinterest for another whole new set this year! […]

Changing the World, One Tutu at a Time

Several months ago, Tanna Clark — who used to be a professional organizer and fellow organizing blogger — approached me about working with her non-profit, Grace & Glory. As she shared more with me about Grace & Glory’s mission to Fight Hunger, Encourage Play and Give Hope to Children in Need of a Brighter Tomorrow, […]

A Simple Easter Weekend Tradition

Our Easter traditions continue to evolve with our girls’ understanding of our faith in general — and Easter specifically. But this simple tradition is our very favorite. It’s slightly more meaningful when Easter falls in March and the sun sets earlier, but my girls have been talking about it all week nonetheless, and we’ll let […]

Free Printable Color-Me Valentines

The following post is from Jason & Jennifer Bruce of New Season Design: Valentine’s Day is coming with all of its candy-flower-card-giving goodness! While some kids beg for pre-printed cartoon character cards from the grocery store, our daughter prefers to add her creativity to her valentines. Sometimes we make our own with construction paper and glitter […]

Snowman Soap Bottle Kid Craft

The following post is from Kristina of Toddler Approved: During the winter lots of germs are passed around and we are constantly washing our hands. I thought it would be fun to make some snowman decorated soap bottles with my kids to give out to our neighbors for the holidays and all winter long. After […]