How to Create a Weekly Busy Box System

How to Create a Weekly Busy Box System

Alright mama’s, I need to share our new Busy Box System! It has been such a game-changer for us! I’ve recently collaborated with a local Canadian company called Box it Okanogan and they were nice enough to send me one of their amazing products. They specialize...
25 Days of Christmas Play Ideas for Toddlers

25 Days of Christmas Play Ideas for Toddlers

YAY for 25 Days of Christmas play ideas for toddlers! We are very excited about Christmas this year. 2020 has definitely not been the best year (okay, it has basically sucked), so having something joyful to look forward to is a nice change. I love themed play, so...
5 Steps to Get Your Child to Play More Independently

5 Steps to Get Your Child to Play More Independently

One of the biggest struggles for me with becoming a mother was the transition from being able to do basically anything I wanted, any time I wanted, to have to plan my whole life around this tiny little human. We have no support system, our whole family lives on the...
The Ultimate List of Autumn Activities for Preschoolers

The Ultimate List of Autumn Activities for Preschoolers

I don’t know about you, but I love Autumn! There is just something about it that is so magical. Maybe it is the colourful leaves or the perfect temperatures, but it is probably my favourite season. And I equally love all the super fun Autumn activity ideas there...
19 Spring Themed Play Ideas for Toddlers

19 Spring Themed Play Ideas for Toddlers

Spring has sprung (finally) and we have been enjoying some Spring Themed play! Although it is now May, and Spring technically starts in March, here in good ol’ Canada, we have only had nice weather and no snow for about 2-3 weeks now. I love Spring because we...
Easy Learning Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Easy Learning Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

I am a firm believer in learning through play, and I truly believe toddlers get all the learning they need through simply playing and exploring their surroundings. They are like little sponges that absorb information just by playing, listening, and observing. Now,...