It’s A Small World After All

Being cooped up has started to take its toll on our crew. This week presented a few more challenges for us. In my opinion, regardless of how fun your toys are, a change of scenery is still needed every so often. We are in North Carolina and it gets rather warm so we utilized waterContinue reading “It’s A Small World After All”

Playroom Update

With the current situation around the world and so many of us on lockdown, I am sure many of you can relate to having the desire to complete a project. We spend so much time in our playroom and having two children our collection of toys has multiplied. After having our cubby style shelving forContinue reading “Playroom Update”

Five Helpful Reasons Kids Benefit From Toy Rotation

Toy Rotation is key to simplifying play for your child. When you have your first child, it’s fun to relive your childhood years by buying them toys you wish you’d had as a child or any new thing that excites you. Watching your child’s excitement when they receive these new toys fuels that desire toContinue reading “Five Helpful Reasons Kids Benefit From Toy Rotation”

Simple Tips to Transition Away From Plastic Toys

So you have read all about wooden toys, here are simple tips to transition away from plastic. Maybe you have even started to enjoy reading up on different learning approaches such as Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio Emilia or Heuristic but what now? How do you sell this to your child and their beloved collection of plastic?Continue reading “Simple Tips to Transition Away From Plastic Toys”

Welcome!

I am embarking on a completely new journey – blogging! Those that know me can confirm I am very chatty! Even in high school, when my history teacher was assigning new seats, he said “Oh Lauren, I can either sit you next to your best friend where you will talk all the time, or… IContinue reading “Welcome!”