Printable Coloring Page from Our Upcoming Kids Book

We have been working hard to get the final images ready for our children's book, I'm Going to My First Comic Convention! This week we've been trying to choose a font for the cover and interior pages. I've looked at so many fonts I feel like they are all starting to blur together. We figure … Continue reading Printable Coloring Page from Our Upcoming Kids Book

Children’s Books Round-up April 2020

If you've got kids stuck at home, it's a great time to check out some new children's books! We have three top picks for this month: Chicken Lips is a book about a special cow who learns to love his silly name,  Where Will You Go Ricky Jo? tells the tale of a very adventurous … Continue reading Children’s Books Round-up April 2020

Water Beads Make for a Fun Sensory Play Experience

While looking for something different to play with, we ran across these water beads that make for a neat sensory play experience. They can also make a big mess if you have a kid who likes to squish them! But it is still neat to watch them grow and then stick your hands in a … Continue reading Water Beads Make for a Fun Sensory Play Experience

Help Kids Create Wall Worthy Art with Stencils

Kids love to display their artwork, but usually it's just temporarily stuck to the fridge for a while. Here's how to use stencils and a piece of wood to help your child create wall worthy art you can hang anywhere. As long as they can hold a painting utensil or sponge, then they should be … Continue reading Help Kids Create Wall Worthy Art with Stencils

January 2020 Children’s Book Round-up

Welcome to the new monthly children's books round-up post! This month we are featuring three books: What's Making Walter C. Laugh?, Wizard and the Lizard, and The Adventures of Ninja and Luche – The Great Piggy Rescue. What's Making Walter C. Laugh? by Ginny Jordan What's Making Walter C. Laugh? is a fun and colorful … Continue reading January 2020 Children’s Book Round-up

Jumanji: The Video Game Review and Giveaway

We were sent a download code to review the new Jumanji: The Video Game, which is a new action adventure game inspired by the characters and events in Jumani: Welcome to the Jungle. We then followed-up our game experience by going to see the newest movie edition, Jumanji: The Next Level at the theater! JUMANJI: … Continue reading Jumanji: The Video Game Review and Giveaway

Making Memories with Cohas Chalk Art Milestone Boards

Scroll through Facebook on the first day of school or major holiday and you can't miss the kids holding up their milestone boards. Cohas.com, a small family-owned company that makes chalk art milestone boards and matching wall decals, sent us a few boards and decals to try out. I expect I'll be using these well-made … Continue reading Making Memories with Cohas Chalk Art Milestone Boards

Race with Ryan Game Review and Giveaway

We were provided with a free download of Race with Ryan for review and will be giving away a free copy to one lucky winner right before Christmas! The game is currently available on all platforms, and we tested out the version for PS4. It got the official thumbs-up review from my four-year-old son. Race … Continue reading Race with Ryan Game Review and Giveaway

We Made Chocolate Emoji Bars and Totally Nailed It

My son loves chocolate and I love doing crafty things, so a "make your own emoji chocolate bars" kit sounded like the perfect blend of two of our favorite things. It looks fun! It looks easy! We got this! ...or do we? We started with this Chocolate Emoji Maker kit compliments of Zimpli Kids.When I … Continue reading We Made Chocolate Emoji Bars and Totally Nailed It

3Doodler Boldly Goes Where No 3D Printer Has Gone Before

Products like the 3Doodler 3D Printing Pen makes me a little jealous of the amazing things kids these days get to play with. It's a pen that literally makes your drawings real! This is stuff I could only imagine when I was little, so I was pretty excited to try out a couple of 3Doodler complimentary demo … Continue reading 3Doodler Boldly Goes Where No 3D Printer Has Gone Before