March is National Women’s History Month, and it is an excellent opportunity to celebrate important women with your children by reading, engaging in fun activities, and learning about family history. Numerous books teach about important women in our Nation’s history. Here is a short list of ten books that my family particularly enjoyed: 1. Good Night […]
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Moms – Add some sparkle to your life by creating your own fused glass drink coasters! We supply the ingredients, you bring the creativity. Your coasters are fun to make and great to use as gifts for others.
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It’s almost time for March to come in like a lion and out like a lamb, so it’s always a good idea to have some backup rainy day crafts ready to go. These are my arsenal of supplies with which you can do almost any kind of crafty find on Pinterest! Supplies: Watercolors or some […]
Grandma, Grandpa, Nana, Papa, Nonna, Nonno and in my house Cha-Cha, Papa, Deedee and Grandpa Boo, are all names for our children’s favorite people…..grandparents! My husband and I are VERY lucky to have 2 sets of loving, local and supportive grandparents for our children. They are always there when we need emotional support, babysitting and of […]
One of my favorite parts of summer is getting to play outside and enjoy nature. It’s no secret that LuCk loves nature- so, what better way to celebrate the season than with a little Playdate nature craft fun. Both of these activities require very little set up, but open the door for artistic exploration of […]
Paper. Scissors. Glue. is a new monthly list on Fairfield County Mom’s Blog. Every month we’ll suggest some fun crafts to do with your kids. There will be four categories of age-appropriate crafts for you to choose from, all of which can be modified for older or smaller hands. So, get out your paper, scissors and […]
My daughter loves to collect things. We come home from hikes with our pockets chock full of everything. We have mason jars filled with just about every flower we have found this season. This weekend, we decided to turn all these “treasures” into a project – a DIY nature suncatcher! Nature suncatchers are that magical mixture […]
The first day of Spring in New England is not quite what one might expect. There aren’t many tulips, the sun may or may not be shining, and the temperature can hover right around freezing. While the snow continues to melt and the ground hopes to thaw in the coming weeks, I like to give spring a […]
I should start out with my disclaimer that I do not claim to be a Crafty Mom or a Pinterest Mom. I equate Pinterest with the hot guy in high school…nice to look at, but I don’t get too close. Regardless, about twice a year, I get an idea in my head that only Pinterest can solve. […]