From Easter egg hunts, to visits to the Easter bunny, to big family dinners, it can be easy for your little ones to get overloaded with sugary treats - but there are plenty of other great ways to celebrate without candy!
There are surprisingly as many reasons to celebrate holidays as there are not to. This article is all about funding compassion and understanding for why someone may not be interested in yearly festivities.
As a former preschool teacher and owner, it was important that we incorporated all types of holidays into our program to be inclusive of all families. I am so grateful for that, because it opened my eyes to a whole new world of magical celebrations worth celebrating. Your children will love these too!
The first day of Fall is on September 22, and I don’t know about y’all but I am ready for it! Pumpkin spice (already at Starbucks) and everything nice, comfy clothes, changing leaves, fall holidays. It’s my favorite time of year with my kiddos because there are so many fun, easy ways to incorporate the season at home.