The Magic of Muddy Feet

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The weather in New England has been unusually warm this winter, which is both wonderful and eerie, depending on how you look at it. While I love the snow and all the sledding and snowshoeing that accompanies it, my son is EXTREMELY sensitive to the cold weather and pretty much hibernates from December until March, […]

Puree 101: How Much Mush Do you Know?

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Think you know your purée stuff? Here’s a few fun facts. And pay attention because there will be a quiz later. Word Origin: Well, we all know that it’s French (“purée de pois” – 14th century), but did you know that term was based off the Latin word purare (“to purify”) which came from purus […]

Hand-Painted Letters for Christmas

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These hand-painted letters are a meaningful and affordable gift that you can make for children and adults alike! Easy to make, beautiful, and totally personalized, they’re an easy way to cross every gift off your holiday present list. These particular letters were painted for a set of twins turning three. I asked what their favorite […]

The Magic of Salt Dough Ornaments

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I’m part of the International Moms Club in my area and we plan various fundraisers, play dates and get-togethers that both moms and kids can enjoy. This holiday season, some of the moms organized and hosted a salt dough ornament making party, a simple and natural way to make ornaments and decorations. The kids rolled […]

Ms. Pickle, Piano Teacher

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I’m going to take a moment to stray from food talk. Now before you gasp and say, “But it’s Thanksgiving month. ALL talk should be food talk!” I’m going to go ahead and say that, in my years of writing for Baby Bullet, I’ve looked at it as sort of an all over health and […]

Making Seasonal Decor Out of School Art

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If you have a toddler like I do, you probably have a lot of artwork coming home from preschool or kindergarten. Initially, I started taking our favorites and hanging them with clothespins on a rope in our boys’ room, but once we ran out of space, I was still left with a giant stack of […]

DIY Wizard Costume for Your Little One

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This year, I didn’t want to spend a lot on a halloween costume and wasn’t going to have a ton of time to work on one, so I repurposed some awesome household items into the perfect costume! After much deliberation, my son finally decided on being a wizard (after changing his mind countless times). I racked my […]

Music in the Household

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My husband has many talents; aside from being great with our kids, he has been many things: a musician, an installation artist, a computer programmer, an entrepreneur, a yoga teacher (in training), a life coach, and more. His original and greatest passion is music. He was a musician when we met and spent his time […]

DIY Hummingbird Food

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Want to enjoy hummingbirds without the garden? It’s easier than you think! Make your own food at home and turn any outside space a haven for beautiful, fluttering hummingbirds. All you need are 2 simple ingredients and a bird feeder. This is a really fun activity to do with your kids. Younger children can help measure out […]

Friday Night Lights

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I am just going to come out and say it: I think weekend activities are way overrated and I’m sick of the push to get little kids seriously invested in a series of activities when all they want to do is play in the backyard. My strong feelings regarding the matter are directly related to […]