The one-pile cleaning method for kids

DespiteĀ  carrying both Sean and my genes, sometimes our girls simply don’t see the mess around them. It’s a scenario that all parents are familiar with: you ask the kids to clean their room, and then when you’re ready to check it, they insist it is clean even though there are approximately 381 things that […]

The Safe, Affordable Cell Phone Option for Kids

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kajeet for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Our oldest will soon be 10, and she already has friends with iPods and phones of their own. While we’re holding out for as long as we can, I have a feeling we’ll be dealing with […]

Make Your Own Washable Paint from Chalk {A Guest Post from My 8 Year Old}

My 6- and 8-year-old daughters began experimenting with making their own chalk paint yesterday using little stubs of chalk that were too hard to color with. My husband “suggested” that I might want to have them move the experiment outside next time, but they had a ton of fun making paint — more fun than […]

Family Entertainment on an All-in-One Computer

A couple weeks ago I mentioned that I am planning to use the Dell XPS 18 as a work computer in place of my laptop. However, we’ve also discovered that it makes a fantastic family computer: the 18″ touch screen offers the interactivity of tablets and smartphones but at a scale that makes it perfect […]

Five Bible Studies for Kids for Just $7.40! {BundleoftheWeek.com}

This week’s bundle includes a ton of Bible study resources for kids! Discover resources for Scripture memorization, Bible study and character development, as well as handwriting practice, letter recognition and more! This week only, get all five of these ebooks for more than 80% off: God’s Word in My Heart by Jennifer Thorson Write Through […]