Ocean Slime Recipe

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Blue Glitter Slime DIY

This ocean slime is a perfect way to cute your kid’s boredom this summer.  I’ve made slime for years!  We love it in our household.  My son needs the sensory exposure and my daughter just thinks it’s fun to play with and to create new concoctions.

I shared a picture of this slime recently on my personal facebook page and I had so many moms message me how I did it that I decided to write a blog post about it.  I love slime and I love precise recipes but slime isn’t an exact science.  (Well, it is science and that’s a whole fun science lesson in and of itself!)  Because it’s not an exact formula I can share I’ve hesitated to share my slime creations.  I’m afraid someone’s won’t turn out and I’ll feel awful.  If it doesn’t turn out please message me and we’ll work through what went wrong and help you fix it.  Just don’t leave a nasty comment please. 🙂

How to make ocean slime:

Basically, start slow, mix in the starch, add a little more, mix again, and keep doing that till it’s no longer sticky.  Toward the end of mixing you may have to knead it with your hands instead of a spoon.  There we go, now that my disclaimer is out of the way, let’s begin!

This ocean slime needs a few specific ingredients, so let’s talk about that first. 

Elmers Glitter Glue

In fact, here’s a bundle pack of Elmer’s Glitter Glue to save you money and allow you to make a rainbow of slime options.

I’m a liquid starch slime fan but usually more glitter will show through when you use a contact lens solution plus baking soda instead.  This is because contact lens solution is clear and liquid starch has a kind of white-ish blue tinge.  However, because this glue was already blue I felt it was okay to use starch.  Both of these options will make a great activator.
This one is a glitter glue so be prepared for it takes way more starch than a white glue would.  We used around 3/4ths of a cup but always add 1/4 a cup at a time and mix it in well.  When you get a consistency that no longer sticks to you and feels like you want it too you’re done.  Again, it’s not an exact science.
Let’s begin!
Glitter Glue
Here’s the glue.
Glitter Glue Slime
Squeeze it all out into your bowl or cup.  I prefer bowls but I have friends that love red solo cups.
Blue Glitter Glue
Isn’t it pretty?
Mixing Glitter Slime
It looks almost good enough to eat, doesn’t it?  But don’t!  This isn’t an edible slime.
Liquid Starch Slime
Next add roughly 1/4 cup of liquid starch and stir.  Repeat a time or two based on the consistency.  If it’s still sticky, keep adding and mixing.
Making Glitter Slime
When it gets close to the consistency you want you have to knead it and play with it by hand.
Sticky Glue SlimeIf it’s still stick pour some liquid starch into the bowl and dip the slime into the starch and knead it some more until it’s not. (*insert it’s snot joke here*….or at least my husband would lol)
Blue Glitter SlimeWhen you get the consistency you want you’ll know it!  It will be fun, slimy, and not sticking to your hands and everything in an annoying way. 🙂  You like how technical I am?
Stretchy Slime
A good consistency will be smooth and stretchy.
Blue Glitter Slime DIYIsn’t it so pretty!?
Ocean Waves Slime
Ocean waves!
Ocean Wave Slime
A big ocean wave!
Stretchy Ocean Slime
There you have it folks!  Pretty easy, right?  Well, remember if you have any problems feel free to message me and together we can work through your slime troubles.  Have fun with your kiddos!

Prime Day Deals – Gorgeous Lace Teepee for Kids 37% Off!

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Lace Kids Teepee

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Audiobooks for Road Trips with Kids

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Everyone loves a good story, right?  Also, everyone loves road trips with kids, right?  Yea, that last answer you gave sounded less enthusiastic that the first.  Audiobooks make road trips more than tolerable but even enjoyable!

Here are the audiobooks my kids would enjoy on a road trip and I hope yours will too!  If you’ve never tried Audible by Amazon you should look into it.  Their free trial gives you 2 free audiobooks that you get to keep even if you cancel your subscription right away.

Boxcar Children Audiobook

The first book I’d recommend is the beginning of The Boxcar Children Collection.  This series is a rich, easy read that my kids are hooked on.  My kids are 4 and 6 and they both enjoy these stories.  We haven’t enjoyed the audiobooks yet because we haven’t traveled since we’ve discovered this series but we’re already on book 38 of the series. 

This audiobook series includes 3 books for one price ($33.60) but you’ll get the whole set free plus another book if you sign up for the free trial.  I like how they’ve lumped the first three books together into one set.

Little House Audiobook

The Little House series is another great one that we’ve only had the pleasure of reading and not listening too.  It has great reviews on Amazon though so I’m sure the reader does a fabulous job.

Pippi Longstocking Audiobook

Pippi Longstocking has been a favorite of young girls for decades now and this audiobook will help introduce it to more children.

Mary Poppins Audiobook

What kids wouldn’t love a story about a nanny who could clean up their toys, dance with them on rooftops and hop into sidewalk drawings with them?  Mary Poppins is a classic and my kids adore her.

Peter Pan Audiobook

Peter Pan is another story that ignites a child’s imagination and takes them far away from home.  This is another one I think all young kids would enjoy.

A Bear Called Paddington

The bear from darkest Peru will surely warm heart young and old.  🙂  A Bear Called Paddington is another great classic book for young kids.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a delightful tale of fantasy.  I can still remember feeling my heart race as I first read this book and eagerly anticipated Charlie opening his chocolate to find the golden ticket.

I love watching my kids read books that I did as a kid and see their excitement as the characters take shape and they see themselves in the character’s shoes.  Discovering new books together is great too so please, let me know any audiobooks that your children enjoy.

How to Have Fun While Spring Cleaning With Kids

Spring cleaning season is here and with that comes the need to get the family on board to clean together. Open up those windows, get the air flowing through the home, and get prepared to make spring cleaning with kids a fun event with these ideas. This post contains affiliate links.

Spring Cleaning With Kids

Visual Timer

Use a Timer

Many children work best when a timer is put on. This timer can be set in 10-15 minute increments. This establishes a goal for your children to reach. I recommend visual timers for kids so they can see a picture of how much time is left.  (Here is a great visual timer from Amazon for only $24)  As the timer winds down, your children will know to step up their game and get that cleaning task done before the timer goes off. For each new task, set the timer again. This is a fun way to keep the family motivated when tackling spring cleaning.

Name Tags

Create Job Titles

For every family member, there should be a job title. This job title will define what tasks and area of the home each family member is in charge of. Giving each family member a job title will make them feel confident and excited to be in charge of their job duties during spring cleaning. Job titles can include fun titles such as Sweeper Upper or such to make spring cleaning a bit more humorous.  If you happen to be like me and have young kids who love stickers of any kind, you might enjoy making personalized name tags for them.

Put Music On

Music is a great motivator for adults and children. Consider making your spring cleaning a family dance party affair instead of a dreary boring day of hosing out the house. Have upbeat dance music playing that’s family-friendly to ensure everyone stays on task and motivated to continue on in their mission to help get spring cleaning done.  The Greatest Showman soundtrack is our current favorite.

Root Beer Float

Celebrate Your Successes

Lastly, be sure to celebrate together as a family whenever a large task has been accomplished. Whether you go out to dinner, make some sweet treats or have some root beer floats, find a way to celebrate together as a family to reward everyone for their hard work. When the children know a reward is the final step in this spring cleaning event, they will be extremely motivated to keep helping.

There you have it 4 fun ways to make spring cleaning with kids fun. It’s great to get the whole family involved in spring cleaning because it will take far less time to complete and it helps teach children the skill of learning what to get rid of and what to donate. As you work to spring clean the home, you can separate piles into junk, yard sale, and donate piles to venture off to the local shelter to donate any reusable items.  Speaking of, you may be interested in my 200 Things to Throw Away post.  I don’t really advocate throwing away everything but only after things can be donated, recycled, etc. do I suggest throwing in the trash.

Things to Throw Away

 

30 Day Family Floss Challenge

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5 Ways to Practice Patience with Kids

Regardless how patient of a human being you are, everyone has their breaking point. With parents leading busier lives raising kids, holding down a career, homeschooling and so much more, it’s no wonder parent’s patience often run thin. What happens when the parent who is supposed to lead the example of best practices of patience, loses it? Well, life goes on, but seriously you should use these tips today to start practicing more patience with kids so that you feel better and they learn how to be patient little people too.

5 Ways to Practice Patience with Kids

Breathe Deep

The deep breathing practice that many of you have probably already heard about really does work. This method involves you taking a moment to pause when chaos strikes. Kids are going to test your patience every day and every moment, that’s part of their job as you help guide them to grow.  Learn to pause when you feel your patience running thing and taking a deep breath, or two.

Start Singing

Now, this technique can be really interesting. If you have a toddler throwing a tantrum or a teen acting out, nothing stops them in their tracks better than singing a song. The next time you feel your patience running low, break out in a tune as you work to be the parent you know you are supposed to be. This will help others giggle and in turn, make you feel more relaxed.

Communicate

There’s nothing wrong with talking about your patience level running low. Learn to be outspoken about your patience being low, and your feelings and emotions in general. Tell your kids that you need a moment, communicate that you are going to take a break and be back with them in a few moments. It’s okay to communicate needing a break.

Practice Self-Care

The best way to practice patience with kids is to make sure you are keeping up with your own self-care. Take time to tend to your needs, don’t always say yes to everything, learn to let go by delegating tasks to other people. Practicing self-care will keep you in tip-top shape for your next chaotic parent moment. (Check out my post What Self-Care Looks Like in This Stage of Life)

Be Realistic

Lastly, make sure that you are realistic about what you are able to mentally handle. Raising kids can suck a lot of strength from you, both physically and mentally. There’s nothing wrong with being realistic and setting expectations at a level that works for you so that you can be more patient as a parent.

You’ve got this, Mama!

5 Tips for Storing Legos

5 Tips for Storing Legos

Many would argue that Legos are the best childhood toy for kids. It seems over the years, Legos have not lost their shine and have only increased in value. Over the years kids will accumulate more and more Legos leaving a parent uncertain how to maintain the storage units for these little bricks. If you are a parent who is sick of stepping on Legos all over your home, then these 5 tips for storing Legos will be your saving grace.  This post contains affiliate links.Large Lego Box

I’m a mom who is just starting out on her Lego journey this Christmas and I asked a friend of mine, a more experienced Lego mom if you will, to share her storage ideas with me.  She shared the tips and I found my favorite products to go along with each tip.  Thank you, Brandy!  While I’m not sure what I’ll go with yet, I’m leaning towards the storage drawers.  Do you Lego moms have any tips to share?  Do you keep Lego Friends sets separately from the loose Legos?  I have so much to learn!  Share all your tips in the comments please!

I bought two of the Large Lego Box pictured above.  Do you think that will be enough to get them started?  It’s going to be the big joint gift we give our kids this year.

(Check out my post on How to Save Money on Legos. Even though I just now made my first Lego purchase I’ve been scoping them out since this time last year.)

Stackable Organizer

Containers with Dividers

While this may be a tedious process, consider using containers like tackle boxes that have dividers. These containers will serve as a great way to divide bricks up based on size. Lego playtime will never be the same again when you organize each brick based on size into containers with dividers. Your kids will love being able to find the right brick for the right Lego project every time.  The one pictured above is only $29.95 on Amazon now.

Party Favor Buckets

Party Favor Buckets

You know those party favor buckets you can purchase for your child’s birthday party? Those buckets will work perfectly to gather up Legos in a neat fashion within your kid’s playroom or bedroom. Hang multiple party favor bins from the wall and have your kids sort through the Legos. The Legos can be organized by size, color or similar theme within each party favor bucket. You will be happy because this is the perfect décor addition to any bedroom too.  The party favor buckets above are less than $14 shipped right now on Amazon.

Play May and Storage

Storage Bean Bags

There are many storage style bean bags on the market these days. Consider investing in some of the storage style bean bags where kids can dump all of their Legos inside of this bag, close it up and toss it to the side of their bedroom or in the closet for future playtime. These storage bean bag ideas work perfectly for the parent of kids who don’t want any organization, they simply need a way to get the Legos up off the floor.  The Cinch Playmat and Backpack above is only $17.95 with free shipping on Amazon.

Storage for Legos

Storage Drawer Units

You probably have seen those inexpensive plastic storage containers that have drawers at your local Walmart or similar store. These storage units that have drawers are the perfect solution to any home filled with Lego lovers. Consider investing in a few of these plastic drawer type storage bins to ensure your kids always have a home for their Legos when done playing with them. The price is just right and these often go on sale during the holiday season.  The cart above is my favorite choice for Legos because it has wheels so it can move around easily, has see through bins, and the bins completely and easily life out to carry to your work space.  It doesn’t hurt that it’s attractive to look at too!  Right now, this is on sale for $45 shipped (down from $99) on Amazon.

Build a Lego Room

My last tip for storing Legos is to designate one room in the house that’s reserved solely for Legos. If you have a large enough home, then this option will work wonders. Have the kids work together to bring all of their Legos into this room where they have shelves and bins to organize their Legos in a clever way without ever worrying about their parents screaming as they step on a Lego in the middle of the night.

There you have it 5 tips for storing Legos so that you are no longer the parent who has to tip-toe around their home for fear of stepping on those sharp brick pieces. Legos are a great childhood toy that inspires creativity, now you can use these tips to teach organization and the importance of cleaning up after playtime.

Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

If you’re looking for a few last minute stocking stuffers for your kids this no-fail list will help you out.  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!  Some of the items mentioned below were given to me, and some links are affiliate links but all the products here because I truly recommend them.
Stocking Stuffer Ideas For Kids

  1. Who doesn’t love candy?  I’d wager to guess that most kids do.  These Honey Gummy Bears are made with few and simple ingredients.  Nothing artificial, non -GMO, no high fructose corn syrup or gluten either.
  2. These Honey Gummy Bears are just as good as the ones above but they’re sour!  They’re my favorite go to gummy snack!  You can purchase both of these at LovelyCandyCo.com.
  3. Bandages.  My kids love bandages so I try to include a package  in their stocking every year.  These Shopkins bandages will be a hit with my daughter this year!
  4. This Princess Rapunzel Light is sure to light up any girl’s life.  I can almost guarantee the Belle one I got for my daughter will be her favorite gift at Christmas and all year long.  It looks good in the day and lit up at night.  It has a timer so it will go off on it’s own.  You can find more Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Hasbro, WB, Nick, and Universal branded lights here at Shop.3DLightFX.com.
  5. I was always given a toothbrush in my stocking growing up and I’m passing on that tradition to my kids.  BrushBuddies.com has a variety of fun character toothbrushes to choose from.
  6. Dark Chocolate Honey Truffles with Raspberry.  Enough said, right?  They just sound amazing…and they are!  Truly delicious and I love that they aren’t full of nasty ingredients.  These are also from LovelyCandyCo.com.  These would make a great stocking stuffer for adults too!
  7. Pocket Tissues are also another household staple that isn’t too fun on it’s own.  Sure, the kids need to have them in their backpack and I always have a supply in my purse but these adorable ones will be fun to carry around.
  8. Mini Thomas the trains.  My son loves these and carries them with him everywhere.  They’re super cute and inexpensive too!  You can find them individually at local stores but this super hero pack is from Amazon.
  9. Last but not least, Thomas tissues.  Tissues are a necessity this time of year but if your little one is really little they may just enjoy playing with a box of tissues.  They’ll be amazed that they appear one after another after another.  When they’re done, they can play with the mountain of tissues and enjoy a Thomas themed box.

Number 3, 5, 7, & 9 are all from BrushBuddies.com.  If you use promo code BB1730 you’ll save 30% off the retail price of anything in their store.

 

I hope I gave you some ideas on usable gifts your kids will enjoy and won’t end up at the bottom of the toy bin the next week.  If you have a must-buy stocking stuffer idea that you buy every year I’d love to hear about it.  Leave me a comment below!

How to Save Money When Buying Legos

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Legos are a popular toy for kids for all ages. Even adults can be found enjoying a bit of Lego building time. As time has gone on though, Legos have increased in price substantially. These little bricks could cost you a fortune, but they don’t have to. Today, I want to share a few tips on how to save money when buying Legos so that your family can enjoy this quality time together and your bank account will remain happy.

How to Save Money Buying Legos

Check the Lego Store

If you live near a Lego store then you are in luck. They have a Pick & Build wall that can allow you to save some extra cash when buying Legos. This is the perfect way to get your hands on Legos at a reasonable price, so as long as you don’t mind that they are mix and match bricks versus actually sets of Legos.

Join the Lego VIP Club

There’s a Lego VIP club where you get to earn 1 VIP point for every $1 spent. It’s always great to be a part of a rewards program that gives you money to spend on items you already buy. If you find you purchase a lot of Legos, then this is a must join VIP club for you.

Check Online Sites

There are many online sites that sell Legos. Often you can find bundled sets on sale, especially during the holiday season. Lego sets that are no longer popular may be found on eBay or other online sites too. Keep your eyes out to comparison shop online before heading out to the Lego store.

Shop Thrift Stores

While you may not always find Legos at your local thrift store, they will arrive on occasion. Be certain to pick a day of the week where you venture into the local thrift shop to see what type of Legos may have come into the children’s area. This is the perfect way to save big on Legos.

Be Aware of Retail Prices

If you truly want to save money when buying Legos then you must in the know with retail pricing. This helps ensure you are truly getting a deal if you happen to see Legos on “sale” at a local store. Be educated in what the retail price is so that you don’t get fooled by that “sale” sign.

There you have it some easy suggestions on how you can save money when buying Legos. With the holiday season quickly approaching and Legos being a widely popular gift idea, these tips should help you expand your little Lego lover’s collection without going broke.

My Portrait Innovations Experience and a Giveaway

This post is made in partnership with Portrait Innovations.

Family is important, right?  That sounds like the understatement of the year.  Yes, of course families are important!  They’re what hold our communities together.  They’re what make the difficult times bearable and the good times great.  Sure, they can push your buttons sometimes but they’re family so they’re allowed to do that.  Family loves you no matter what and they’ll always have your back.

I’ve shared on this blog numerous times about the ways my family makes memories together.  While I don’t succeed perfectly, it’s my goal to enjoy each season of life to the fullest.  Right now, my children are at the heart of childhood and I want to embrace that.  From forts in the living room to chalk drawings in the driveway, I want to be present with my kids.  I try to document the milestones of their lives with my smartphone and occasionally my nice camera.  …but do you know who doesn’t get documented?  If you’re a mom, you know the answer already.  ME!  Unless I specifically ask my husband to take a photo of me it doesn’t happen.  I want my kids to remember what I looked like in this stage of life.

My mom has so few pictures of herself after I turned 3 years old.  She decided she didn’t look good and didn’t want to be photographed.  You can see a few pictures of her hiding behind people but very few at all and absolutely no professional pictures.

I would LOOOOVE to see what my mom looked like in the stage of life I’m in.  I think she’s gorgeous and couldn’t be ugly if she tried.  I understand how she felt though because I feel that way now.  I wish I was a good number of pounds lighter and with a few less wrinkles.  Trust me, I wish I could erase that double chin of mine in every photo and off myself in real life.  But I can’t.  This is me.  While I try to almost daily reassure myself that me, this post-children me, is good, okay, lovely, has value, is strong, etc. I want to capture what I look like now…in the trenches of motherhood.

I want to make it a yearly habit to have family pictures no matter how I look.  I want my children to look back and see what their mom looked like.  I want them to see what I’m wearing and laugh at the styles that are popular now.  I want them to see the wrinkles and know that they are laugh lines…that they helped create. 🙂  I want them to know that their mom loves them more than anything and wants to capture moments on paper that they can look back and maybe one day show their kids.

Recently, we went to Portrait Innovations for our yearly pictures. It was the first time we’ve been there but we loved the experience.

From our time in the waiting room…

Portrait Innovations Waiting Room

…to our time with the photographer…

Portrait Innovations Photographer

…to our time picking out which photos we wanted we were well taken care of.  I should have gotten a picture of the massive computer screen they use to let you preview the pictures but I was so excited to look through them I forgot!

Walkup Family Christmas Pictures

I highly recommend Portrait Innovations if you’re looking to get family pictures made.  They have so many backdrops to choose from and the photographer we worked with was very professional and made the whole shoot very fun.  While we didn’t take advantage of it, they allow multiple clothing changes too.  We don’t have family in town but if you did it would be great to get a full family photography session too.  We saw one family there that did that and because Portrait Innovations has been doing this for years they were well equipped to handle such a large group.

Warning, this post is picture heavy because it was so hard to narrow down which pictures to show you.  I hope you enjoy looking at the variety of pictures they offer.  If you don’t want to see them all be sure you at least scroll to the bottom for your chance to win a photography session and prints of your own!!

Don’t they look mischievous?

They love to read together so I thought this was just precious!

I loved how they went a step further and edited a few pictures like this for me.  Isn’t it cute?  These are called Decorator Portraits.

This is another Decorator Portrait.  I love the soft white vignette added to the snow scene!

Portrait Innovations Winter Photos

We ended up with a ton of prints to keep and to share.

Portrait Innovations Christmas Cards

We were even able to order our Christmas cards right then and there in the store.  We went to grab lunch and when we came back all of our pictures, CD, and Christmas cards were there waiting for us.  I couldn’t be happier with the experience and I’m excited to give one of you lucky winners the chance to enjoy the same treatment I did.

Enter via the Rafflecopter below:

 

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Check out Portrait Innovations on Twitter and follow Portrait Innovations on Facebook to keep up to date with them and their specials.  Speaking of specials, right now they have a great special going on!  Check out their website PortraitInnovations.com for all the details.

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Portrait Innovations Christmas Picture

From our family to yours, Happy Holidays, Happy Thanksgiving, and Merry Christmas!