A letter to Santa is as essential as breathing, or so I’m told by my 7 year old daughter. Keep your children in the holiday spirit by having them send their wishes to Santa too. And just to keep things simple and easy, we’ve created this fun printable for you to have. Just click the image below, download the file and print. Merry Christmas!
During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces, around the world. With their “Mo’s”, these men raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.
But why should the guys have all the facial fun? Women and children are also encouraged to support this incredible cause and just so you don’t feel left out, we’ve designed a few little “mo’s” you can call your own.
Last week I presented the free Easter printable for “Bunny Poop”. It was such a hit, that I couldn’t resist sharing the design I created for my daughter…
Unlike my son, who loves anything revolting, my daughter glides through life on a fluffy pink cloud sprinkling glitter as she goes (you think I’m kidding?). I could hardly present her with the same “disgusting” treat I had created for her big brother – she would be dramatically mortified. So instead I came up with this… Continue reading
Bodily functions, science experiments and dirt… these are the things that my son finds interesting. What can I say? He’s nine.
It’s a wonderful age of transition. He’s a boy on the cusp of tweenage independence yet still believes in the magic of Santa, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny. So at this very festive time of year, what’s a mother to do for a son such as mine? The answer is this….