Winter vacation has begun for T today and as soon as the clock struck 9, I wondered how best to keep her engaged. Enter the Choice Activity book. T loves coloring. So , we both colored on these little pages from a Dollar tree notepad. While she made her favorite items, I drew thirty activities... Continue Reading →
This post could well be titled '7 Ways to use Libraries' or '7 Ways to Entertain your Kids for free!' We all know that libraries are amazing and useful. They're also free (like in the United States) or nominal (India). But do we actually use them to the fullest? Sadly no. I am writing this... Continue Reading →
Pumpkins decorated as famous characters from Children's books at the local library. How many can you guess?
In todays' post, I thought it would be fun to compare what my blog stats for 2017 and the month of August. I love seeing the metrics (thank you readers for all the love, likes and comments) on my dashboard and the insights I can glean [or make up! :P]. My all time Views: An... Continue Reading →
Our doll house got a new dining set and clothes shelf courtesy a DIY wooden assembly set from T's enthusiastic grand parents! Another no glue-no mess set!👏 Needless to say, we finished building and started our pretend party too! Since, grandpa and grandma had also provided sleepover party themed stickers and veggie stickers, the... Continue Reading →
This week marks the second week of holidays. With ample time and no deadlines, we had a fun time trying out all sorts of messy and DIY projects. Below are pics of our projects. Some ground rules were: (self imposed and more like restrictions, since rules seldom work!) No special supplies or purchases Needs to... Continue Reading →
Clockwise from Top Left: Lego Girl Robot: the chains are her pigtails House cum Library: on the other side is a door, unseen from this angle Castle with door: previous house has similar door Traffic signal: we had propped it for our lego car to drive past As seen from the image above, T... Continue Reading →