A Fun and Simple way for Toddlers to explore Fall Colours and to practice their fine motor skills too!
Thanks to Kyla for having us over to do a guest post. My name is Nicola and you can find me over at Crafty Kids at Home. I have three kids aged 3, 5 and 7 and we love to sit down and do arts and crafts activities together and my blog charts our ideas…
10 Awesome Toddler Friendly Ghost Crafts.
Some fun and simple ways to introduce Halloween to Toddlers.
Now I know why Ninnin was taking it easy yesterday. This morning she wrapped up our Christmas tree in toilet paper.
Ninnin is having a nice relaxing morning fishing! Ah to have the simple life on an elf
Uh Oh, someone needs to work on staying in the lines! Actually, on second thoughts, I like Ninnin’s creativity and individualistic artistic flair!
We have been working on teeth brushing skills a lot this week (Buddy’s not mine!) Ninnin wanted to help encourage Buddy to keep up his good habits with a little smiley face this morning.
Buddy is feeling better and his natural mischievousness has certainly rubbed off on Ninnin! She was feeling rather dramatic this morning and decided to incorporate a train in her protest against not moving for several days (sorry Ninnin!)
Ninnin has been a bit busy looking after a poorly Buddy for the past few days. She’s such a helpful elf! It looks like Buddy has tired out though, she needed a coffee pick me up this morning.
Ninnin is getting impatient for Santa already! She will have to pack that feast up to go because Santa is a bit busy in the North Pole right now.