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5 Easy Ways to Display Kids’ Artwork with Style

It’s October, and I don’t know about you, but we are finally getting into that good back to school groove in this house! As we settle into the routines of a new school year, we can count on our kids bringing home three things: new knowledge, new skills, and new artwork (SO. MUCH. ARTWORK.)! Let’s […]

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50 Home Renovation Tips To Save Time, Money, and Sanity

This post is sponsored by Renovation Coach DC. We hope you enjoy learning about their expertise and how they can help with home renovations. The home remodeling website Houzz did a study and it found that 12% of couples who start a major renovation, will consider getting a divorce before the end of it. Undertaking a home renovation is super hard. Below are 50 tips to help you save time, money, and sanity during your home renovation. In addition to these tips, using an experience and expertise of a Renovation Coach to accomplish your home […]

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Celebrate National Crayon Day on March 31

Crayons are a creative staple in my household. If the plethora of dinosaurs, electronic gadgets, and books ever got boring (and apparently, they do) the kids will pull out the crayons. I love crayons because they can be used as soon as a child can hold a toy and into adulthood. You see them in […]

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4 Easy, Fun St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Snacks for your Little Leprechauns

  In honor of our daughter’s birthday, who was born on St. Patrick’s Day, I wanted to share our favorite easy and fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts and snacks for kids. Every year on March. 17th we have a big celebration with lots of shamrocks, leprechauns, rainbows, and festive foods; this tradition began on the […]

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How to Celebrate Mardi Gras (Or Any Tradition) With Kids in DC

One of the many things I love about DC is the notion that it is full of transplants.  So many of us were born and raised somewhere else.  We bring these different cultures and perspectives with us, making DC its own little melting pot.  Our different backgrounds inform who we are.  They inform the decisions […]

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