At Ellie's 10 year check up earlier this spring, the pediatrician was going through her list of questions about eating habits and exercise when she asked "Do you wear a helmet when you ride your bike?"
This Saturday, May 20th UNICEF is inviting families to show their kid power! Kids can get active with a jam packed day of fun activities at Navy Pier in Chicago. The event will feature a Star Wars inspired activity, a Target crazy maze, main stage entertainment and much more!
Now that my kids are all older and past the throwing their meal on the floor stage, I love Mother's Day Brunch. The weather is turning warmer, you can pick out your favorite spring dress and go drink mimosas.
There are so many products available to help parents in the newborn haze once they bring their baby home from the hospital. Here are our must haves to make it through the newborn days. Coffee is a given, so we didn't include Starbucks in this round up.
This spring inspired craft could not be easier and is perfect for kids ages 3 and up. Or a really well behaved 2 year old could probably make it work. It's fun and doesn't take too long so it will hold the attention of younger kids.
This year for Spring Break we stayed home and planned fun things to do in Chicago and with friends. Our favorite day was getting all of The Little Style File kids together at Dylan's Candy Bar for some super sweet fun!
When I was about young (like 10) my dream of the perfect boy was a guy who would toss pebbles at my window and after I opened it, would serenade me with a New Kids on the Block song. That was only if all of the J's from NKOTB were already taken. Joey, Jordan or Jon would of course come first. But since I was still in elementary school and they were on world tour, I had to be realistic about things.