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Traveling with Kids: the 13 things you should never leave home without

After a little international travel over the long weekend with my 7 year-old, I was reminded that traveling with kids is fun, rewarding, and, with a little preparation, can be easy. But being unprepared can make everyone miserable, especially when it comes to airports, delays, and border crossings. With summer vacations on the horizon, many...

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Spring Must Haves

After that brutal winter (shudder) we are finally seeing the return of warmer temperatures and park worthy weather!  HUZZAH!  We have been hitting the parks hard lately and have noticed the gaps in our own kids wardrobes and have composed a list of essential Spring gear that we thought we’d share with you. Outerwear Spring...

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Super kid tutorial series (ii) CAPED SHIRT & GAUNTLETS

Our gang loves playing dressup and they especially love being super kids!
We spend a lot of time coming up with simple costumes we can make easily with the junk stuff we have lying around the house or in the bottom of the craft bin.Make all or some of the pieces, customize with decals and stensiling even add your little persons initials. Hate sewing, no problem we though of that too!

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Super kid tutorial series (i) MASK

The first tutorial in our Super Kid series: Our Super Kid Mask. The series uses stuff you probably already own, cheap easy and sewing optional.
The Super Kid Mask is made of two pieces of felt with an ajustable elastic head strap. The toggle makes it so the mask will fit any size head age One to One Hundred!

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