Paper Mache Easter Eggs

It is a Paper Mache crafty kind of day! How colorful and beautiful are these eggs?

I am obsessed with paper mache because it is so inexpensive and fun to make with your kids. Be sure to cover the area you are working with this is a messy job. Fun and messy : )

It takes about 36 hours for the paper mache to dry! It must be completely dry before you can paint it.

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Egg Coloring with Science!

When you combine Baking Soda + Food Dye + Vinegar the egg coloring result is not only fun but, beautiful too!

Science takes over this egg dyeing technique! Now, this is an exciting way to dye your eggs with some BUBBLING and FIZZING Fun!

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Highlights from TOY FAIR NYC- 2018

WE HAD THE BEST TIME AT THE TOY FAIR NYC 2018 this past weekend!

 

We are looking forward to sharing more information with you about all the amazing toys we had seen this weekend and work alongside the companies in finding the best toys for your kids this year. Whether you are looking for a birthday present, holiday gift or just to say, “YOU ARE AWESOME” here is a new toy to play with. We have you covered!

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Paint-Sation Easel by Goliath

We love to Paint and the Paint-Sation Easel by Goliath is one of our new favorite easels since we can bring it on the go.

 

My daughters had so much fun painting and I loved that the painting mess was minimal since the paint pods that attach to the easel prevents paint spills. Sounds awesome, right?

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Fit Pregnancy Workout Moves

Happy Friday! I want to share with you all some exciting news here at our house – I am pregnant with baby #2! I am a few weeks into my second trimester, and I have seriously enjoyed leaving the exhaustion and morning sickness behind with the first trimester. I felt as though I was hibernating for the last 2 months, but with all of the new energy that has kicked in over the last few weeks I have been able to get back into my fitness routine.

When I lived and worked in the city I started running. In the beginning I wasn’t particularly fond of running, but it was the most convenient way I could fit exercise into my unpredictable day. After a few months, I began to enjoy it, and a few months after that, if I missed more than a day or two, I craved it. When I found out I was pregnant with Sloane I continued running, up until around 6 months when the bouncing and pounding became to uncomfortable on my growing belly and joints. I did continue to walk around 3 miles a day, not because I was so motivated, but because that was my commute from the train station to and from my office. I also did yoga throughout the entire pregnancy, and I think all of these forms of exercise helped both in labor and childbirth, as well as with getting my body back after Sloane was born.

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The Annual Chocolate Expo comes to The Cradle of Aviation- March 4th

Who loves Chocolate? I know everyone in my family does and anyone who is a fan of chocolate will appreciate all that the Chocolate Expo offers. The event will feature more than 80+ artisan food & craft beverage vendor booths, plus fun-filled entertainment and activities.

At The Chocolate Expo, attendees get to taste, purchase, celebrate and otherwise indulge in delicious gourmet chocolates, baked goods, specialty foods, gelato, cheeses, wines, spirits, hard ciders, craft soda’s and much more from local, regional and even international vendors, all while touring one of the largest air and space museums in the world.

The fun is at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, NY, on Sunday, March 4, 2018, from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m.

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Valentine’s Day 2018- It is the thought that counts…

As my girls get older and I realize that time really does fly when you are a parent, I never believed it until I have seen for myself how quickly our kids grow and you want to hold onto every moment just a little bit longer.

My husband and I are so blessed to have two beautiful girls who truly love each other so much. They show each other how much they truly love one another by doing the little things like; making cards for one another, getting a band-aid when their sister has a boo-boo, or getting a snack for their sister when they get one for themselves. They might make each other cry at times and argue (what siblings don’t fight?) but, in the end they are each other’s best friends and ours, too.

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