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Boo Basket

                                          How to Create a Boo Basket for Halloween Do you do Boo Baskets for your littles? I saw this idea last year and thought I needed to give it a try! * This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support!   Anytime in October is a great time to give a Boo Basket. I plan to surprise my little ones with their Boo Baskets on October 1. I love the excitement that these baskets bring. It's a perfect way to spread Halloween cheer. Celebrating the holidays with my little ones is one of my favorite things. I will be sharing more of the Boo Baskets on my Instagram ( @marrisalutz ) you can follow along on the fun in my stories. I'll be sure to save a Boo Basket highlight.  Boo Baskets are what you make them. They do NOT need to be over the top, unless that is what you want. We live

Easter Basket Ideas

  Easter Basket Ideas * This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support! Alternative Baskets: Dump Truck Swing Pool Shopping Cart Wagon Sand Bucket Sandbox Mug Tumbler Cup Basket Stuffers for Babies: Wooden toys Pacifier Stuffed Animal Teether Board Book Blanket Pajamas Clothes Egg shaker Shoes Sunglasses Baby Food Basket Stuffers for Toddler's: Rain Boots Clothing Pajamas Umbrella Music shaker Ball Bubbles Board Book Bath Toy Stuffed Animal Finger Paints Crayons Coloring Book Sandbox Toys Shoes Sunglasses Stickers Puzzel  Water Bottle Basket Stuffers for Children Age 3-5: Sandbox Toys Chalk Play-dough Hair Accessories Clothing Pajamas Rain Boots Umbrella Puzzel Book Crayons Coloring Book Stuffed Animal Shoes Sunglasses Stickers Water Bottle Basket Stuffers for Children Age 5-7: Clothing Pajamas Umbrella Puzz

Easter with Little One's

  * This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support! Bunny Pancakes Checkout these cute bunny pancakes . Your little one is sure to love this for an Easter breakfast.  Homemade Play Dough Homemade play dough is such a fun activity. It would be perfect for Easter. Check out the activity here . Easter Themed Snacks At snack time you could serve up some Easter themed snacks. Carrots, eggs, Annie’s Bunny Crackers , fruit kabobs, Easter egg fruit pizza, Easter egg pizza, and bunny fruit snacks. Complete a Easter Craft Whether it's coloring, painting, and/or using tissue paper your little one will have fun being creative. Decorating eggs is a fun activity as well. Easter Egg Shaped Sugar Cookies Make Easter Egg shaped sugar cookies and decorate them with your little one. I really like this recipe from Sally'

Saint Patrick’s Day with the Little’s

* This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support! Green Pancake Breakfast Make your favorite pancake batter and add some green food coloring. You can top the pancakes with Lucky Charm’s marshmallows and whipped cream. Homemade Play Dough Homemade play dough is such a fun activity. It would be perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day. You and your little one could even make green play dough to go along with the theme. Check out the activity here . Green and Gold Snacks At snack time you could serve up some green apples, bananas, green grapes, green kiwis, and golden kiwis. There are so many delicious and healthy green and banana snacks. Complete a Saint Patrick’s Day Craft Whether it's coloring, painting, and/or using tissue paper your little one will have fun being creative. You could use green peppers to stamp a s

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Coco Village's Huge VIP Black Friday Sale

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