Stylish Playdates

Why host a playdate? Because kids and moms deserve organized fun where kids play and moms play catch-up.

Playdates don’t have to be structured, and shouldn’t be most of the time. But every once in a while, perhaps a few times a season, have a playdate with kids and their moms. Host a gathering filled with a craft, a game, and a bit more to eat than pretzels. The children will be excited about the play, activity or holiday celebrated, treats served, and special memories are sure to be created.

This time also builds mom-to-mom relationships, giving you a chance to chat with each other about things that touch your lives: charities, hobbies, or passions, all while enjoying a cup of tea or glass of wine. It doesn’t need to be spectacular, but can be easy, with simple crafts, and recipes and you’ll find it well worth the effort.

 

Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day!!

Let's go green together! Kids love, love,love this project! Just take some of your recycled tin cans, washed and dried of course, and turn them into works of art using squares of oragami or scrapbook paper and glue. Then, fill it up with soil, plant some seeds and voila! a sustainable work of art! IMG_0872IMG_0873

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Valentines Day Playdate

Share the love with the littlest of cherubs and host a Heart's Day Playdate, filled with crafts, love, and a cocktail for cupid! DSC00478festive tags made from fingerprints and shades of pink, hung with pretty ribbons on an all hearts tree.Hang them to dry for a lovely display, then the children can take their words of love home! DSC00444Chenille stems twisted into hearts are strung together with clear line and separated with pretty pearls. Perfect for hanging from mantels or doorways for a decorative hearts on a string touch. rockcookies2CU_00004yummy sugar cookies are a sure way to anyone's heart, but especially the little ones. Dot the purple and pink icing on the cookies and then with a fork swirl the colors together for a tie-dyed look. How sweet it is!!     and who can resist a cupids cocktail? Serves 4 8 oz. vodka 2 oz. raspberry juice 2 oz. mint simple syrup 2 oz. pomegranate juice mix all ingredients in ¬†shaker filed with ice, strain into glasses and serve! DSC00498      

Countdown To Christmas!

Countdown to Christmas!

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