Monthly Archive:: September 2015
Kai and I have been going to a lot of birthday parties lately. Some have been so much fun, but they always pass out those little plastic toys that break after one use. Instead of passing out toys that will soon end up in the landfill, fill your guests bellies with a sweet parting treat.
I’ve had this idea for a while now and I finally had the chance to make it for Kai. He LOVES fruit salad. So, I thought wouldn’t it be fun to make him some of these. He’s been completely gluten free for about a year and a half now and I just modified our regular
Every kid at one point or another has dreamed of being able to fly or run super fast. Now your kids can transform themselves into their own superhero with these DIY photo magnets. I love these because it reminds your child that no matter the situation, he can be his own hero. He is
My parents, Kai and I recently traveled to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia for 12 days. It was like a crash course in American history. We went to Mount Vernon, where George Washington grew up, all of the Smithsonian museums (I enjoyed the natural history museum, the American history museum and the portrait gallery the best), Gettysburg
About two years ago, I teamed up with Netflix and designed some letters for a kids’ bedroom using photos from your favorite book. You can do this with photos from a book, magazine, poster’s from your favorite band or sport. Anything really. It’s a cool way to personalize your kid’s bedroom. This is also great