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I’ve mentioned once or twice that I have a thing for word art. And a thing for gallery walls. And a thing for word art in a gallery wall. So obviously the next step was to create a gallery wall with nothing but word art, right?
I had already collected a couple of prints from The Crooked Nook and Petit Ink, so when Minted contacted me to see if I’d be interested in a couple of their pieces, I knew I had to jump into some more word art. And there are so many adorable choices!
After being cooped up indoors after a long winter, the endless possibilities of outdoor fun sound amazing… and maybe the tiniest bit intimidating. If you need a little help coming up with fresh ideas to keep your kids busy through the summer, this list of 50+ outdoor activities for kids is for you. And for them. In fact, it’s guaranteed to make the whole family happy!
Spring has finally sprung and I can already feel summer vacation breathing down my neck (especially when my youngest keeps me up-to-date with a daily how many days are left of school countdown). My feelings about the situation can be described as a mixture of excitement and pure panic. While there are a bunch of fun things on our to-do list, my girls are so used to having all of their days totally planned out—back-to-back activities and friends and learning. Being home with none of the above spells trouble.
I think there’s a lot to be said for boredom and having to figure out how to entertain yourself, but there’s even more to be said about saving momma’s sanity. And being able to work. And maybe vacuum once or twice. Or at least being able to think about vacuuming without having my thoughts interrupted by the incessant drone of how bored everyone is.
So I looked to some fellow bloggers and compiled a list of things kids can do—outside. You’re welcome.
I’ve been promising a new InstaAddict post to people writing in and asking about it for awhile now, but have been having so much trouble categorizing accounts like I did for my Momma and Healthy Living posts.
Finally it dawned on me that I don’t have to put people into tiny boxes. Sometimes a fab DIY blogger has an account that focuses an awful lot on her cute kid. Other times a prop stylist or a designer will give some peeks into what her life is like. I’ve found that my favorite accounts are the ones that are all over the board. They don’t comfortably fit into any one category. And why try to make them?
So instead, I’ve pulled together a few that my inner people watcher adores…
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