Kids are just small people. And the thing about small people is that, well, they're small. Things like clothes and furniture have to be smaller for them, too, and grow at just the same pace as they do.
If you own a mesh feeder you already know how gnarly they can get after some use and how annoying they are to clean. Boon's Pulp uses silicone instead to make it easier to clean and more hygienic for little mouths.
If your kids love Nerf, you've probably been pelted in some body part more than once. So how about providing your kids with something more fun to aim for than your head? We've rounded up 5 fun DIY projects you can make to construct your own blasting range.
Not a DIY'er? This play tent is covered in fabric and ready to go. Play camping, use as a puppet theater or put down a big pillow for a private reading nook. Best of all - it folds up for easy stowing.
Perhaps it snows for half of the year where you are. Maybe the thought of cleaning a pool, week in and week out, makes your skin crawl. Could be that you rent. Or you just can't afford one. There are so many reasons for not having a pool, but so few that really mean your kids (or you!) need to miss out on the fun of splashing around in the backyard all summer. Bring on the inflatable pools!
Whenever I see that phrase — let's go fly a kite — I start humming the tune from Mary Poppins. Is that just me? It's definitely the season for flying kites. So, if you need to get in a cheerful kite kind of mood, watching Mary Poppins might be a good place to start!
Known as the "mini kick" in my neighborhood, this scooter is the runaway (scootaway?) favorite. The only trouble is how many times my son ends up taking his friend's home instead of his. Stand out from the crowd with one of these limited edition neon versions in electric blue or orange.