Dear friends, I hope you all had your magnifying glass handy for last week’s link-up. I realized a little late that a new option was added to the set-up of the Linky Tools program I use. In other words, I checked the wrong box and we got teeny tiny pictures of last week’s linked up posts. In those little picture links though were some great ideas and BIG fun! I hope you checked them out… especially if you’re looking for some fun St. Patrick’s Day ideas! This link-up was like the gold at the rainbow’s end!
What is the Welcome Party Wednesday Link-Up?! This is a place where other fantastic bloggers can come share fun and fresh new ways to makeover your heart and home! In other words… anything that makes family life easier or more fun is what the link-up is all about! Each week I’ll pick my 3 favorite posts from the previous week’s link-up for you to enjoy!
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- Kid’s activities and crafts
- Family fun acitivities
- DIY home projects
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This is a great reminder and list from Jodie at Growing Book by Book of all the wonderful resources available at your local library. We used to visit our library for story hour, books, and movies weekly. However, since we moved to the Chicagoland area (2 1/2 years ago), we have not taken advantage of this great and FREE resource. I think we’ll be exploring our library soon! Thanks, Jodie!
I LOVE this list of chores for even the littlest helpers! My boys all started doing little “chores” since they were big enough to walk and throw things in the trash. It builds such a sense of pride in them being able to help. Plus, we often make “chores” into play activities! Even Ethan (our 19-month old) is a big helper!
I have never made foam dough, but Crayon Box Chronicles makes it look so simple and fun! What a great holiday activity for the kiddos! (And honestly, even I’m curious and excited about making the foam dough!)