arts and crafts cart for home

  Summer is in full swing, and even if you’re trying to keep your kids safely at home, they’ve probably gotten the itch to play outdoors sometimes. This is a good thing! Getting a little sunshine and fresh air is helpful for anyone, no matter how many indoors distractions your kids may have (not that […]

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kid outdoor toy storage

  Despite the frequent heat waves this summer, it’s been a good year for playing in the backyard. Whether you’re trying to help the kids have more fun at home because everything cool has been closed due to COVID-19, or you’re just trying to encourage more time outdoors not playing video games (and the Nintendo […]

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  As the coronavirus rages on, we’re all finding ways to adapt to our ‘at-home’ lifestyles. While there’s just some experiences we can’t quite replicate at home – going to a sporting event, or eating dinner inside your favorite restaurant – there’s been a lot of ways we’ve all adapted our favorite activities to be […]

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cottage core

  “Cottagecore” is not only a real word, it’s an increasingly popular design choice for younger people looking for something a little more…rustic. As a design trend that sprung up in recent years among the more influential young designers and fashionistas out there, cottagecore offers an alternative to the bright colored, ultra-modern looks most homes […]

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kid bike storage

  Maybe you’re trying to get your kids to play in the yard more during quarantine, maybe you got bored and tried to sift through some stuff in the garage, or maybe you’ve been trying unsuccessfully to rehome them for a while, but either way, one thing is true – kids can outgrow stuff awful […]

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kid toy rotation ideas

  Even as many states start slowly easing up on their COVID-19 restrictions, you may find that it’s still kind of hard for your family to go do stuff – and that goes double if you have younger kids. While the CDC says children aren’t at any higher risk of catching COVID-19 than adults, the […]

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  When word of the first round of coronavirus quarantines started to hit, we were all guilty of a little panic buying. Some of it, in hindsight, maybe turned out to be a little silly – did we really need all that toilet paper right then and there? – but some of it was probably […]

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