7 Simple and Creative Activities for Preschoolers

7 Easy Learning Activities for Preschoolers

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe via Email or.RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Guest post by Faith Watson “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Fred Rogers Let me introduce… 

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Hello Friday

Hello Friday (Vol.10, Announcement Edition!)

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Grain-Free Double Chocolate Banana Muffins (made with coconut flour!)

Grain-Free Double Chocolate Banana Muffins (made with coconut flour)

These muffins are super sneaky. They’re a banana-chocolate mashup, which is actually a delightful combination! They’re also totally healthy, which I’ll get to in a sec. There are a few dream-team combos in the food world, many involving chocolate. I’ll tell you right now that chocolate and peanut butter are soulmates (try my homemade chocolate… 

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Pros and Cons of Natural Family Planning

Pros and Cons of Natural Family Planning (The Creighton Model)

Guest post by Brittany Hess Pills, the shot, implants, IUDs. I’m sure most women of child-bearing age have heard of or used at least one of these methods of birth control. Some of you may be happy with how your method affected your body and prevented pregnancy, others might not. If you are someone who… 

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Hello Friday

Hello Friday (Vol. 9)

Weekly links and chatter

Strawberry Coconut Chia Popsicles

Strawberry Coconut Chia Popsicles with Cashew Butter Drizzle

So, the other day my husband and I took our pup, Kaya, to the park for a long walk. It was hot. Really, really hot. It seemed to skip spring and go straight to summer where we live in Princeton, NJ, and when we got home popsicles were just the thing to cool us off. I… 

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Maple and Shredded Coconut Granola - R&H main

Maple Shredded Coconut Granola

Post by contributor, Christie So I have to admit a few things to you up front. First, I tend to garner base recipes (usually from pinterest-yay!) and then make them my own. Second, I am horrible at following instructions when it comes to cooking and baking (it must be latent rebellion, since I was a… 

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Weekly links + fun things around the web, curated by Beth Ricci

Hello Friday (Vol. 8)

Weekly links and chatter

DIY Reusable Snack Bags - R&H main

DIY Reusable Snack Bags

Guest post by Cheyenne As a mom of a very hungry toddler, snacks are something we just can’t live without. Since she’s been able to feed herself, Aislin has always used one of those snack cups with the plastic lids that she’d just stick her hand in and grab a handful of cheddar bunnies. But… 

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