There’s a ton of fun, cheap and sometime free summer things to do in St. Louis when the kids are out of school. In fact, there’s so much to do, you need to make a “summer bucket” list to cover it all. Not as creepy as a regular bucket list, your summer bucket holds all […]
Looking for a fun indoor activity that involves a little less greasy food and a lot more culture? Then check out the St. Louis Art Museum on a Sunday afternoon. The St. Louis Art Museum in Forest Park has “Family Sundays” where they offer hands-on art projects and kid friendly tours of the galleries. There’s […]
Jingle bells ringing, jolly elves singing, hot hot hot chocolate…all while clickity clacking through Downtown St. Louis on the Polar Express! What a way to celebrate the holidays! We’ve taken Mitch on the Polar Express train a couple of times now and it’s always pretty dang awesome. Magical even. And I’m happy to report that the Polar […]
So what’s with all the rain?? My kids will be off school this week because of FLOODING. Can you believe it, we’ve been rained out! Ordinary rainy days can be hard to cope with because the kids are stuck inside–but when you’re off school because of bad weather, you might be afraid to venture away […]
I’m pretty easy on the kids when it comes to screen time, but when Mitch starts squishing his food into cubes before he eats it, I know we need a Minecraft detox. Here’s a simple and fun project you can do anytime–but spring is the best! You just need some dirt, a Minecraft action figure […]
Do you know what your kids are doing this summer? If you’re like me, you just sorted out how the kids are spending spring break. Summer seems so far away! But summer isn’t THAT far away! Did you know that families start planning summer camps NOW and that some of the best camps fill up […]
Is Minecraft cool around your house too? Are you looking for an easy–and Minecrafty–Valentine’s Day card to print up at home? Well, here you go!
Whether it’s Go Fish or Uno, simple card games are a great way to spend play time with your kids. And here’s the real bonus: you don’t to sit on the floor talking to inanimate objects! Card games can be super silly, serious or even educational–I wonder how many kids have learned math facts through […]