Family activities are always fun, that is, until you lose track of what’s, where’s, how’s, and when’s of it all. Keeping track of family activities is not only practical but also usually necessary especially for big households. A family activity tracking system that you create yourself is a sure way to make any holiday, party, or meet-up more fun and convenient.
As summer slowly winds down, your kids are (a) bored out of their minds and can’t wait to go back to school or (b) dreading the end of summer and the carefree days it brings. Either way, it’s always a great idea to make these last few unstructured days fun and memorable.
In our family, extension cords and i-thing chargers are everywhere. When it’s time to unplug and store the extension cords, it can be a royal mess. A quick, easy, and inexpensive solution? Recycled toilet paper and paper towel tubes!
A few years ago, my best friend and her two children came to visit. It was around the 4th of July and I wanted to capture the joy of having my BFF in the house, as well as, decorate for the holiday. We whipped out some sheets of craft foam and created a handprint wreath that still hangs in my kitchen – despite the fact that our children’s hands are now significantly larger. Here’s how we did it:
Time is running out! The Fourth of July is almost here and your front porch needs some decorations stat! Never fear, the three quick ideas below will have it decorated in record time.