This weeks feature friday is kid themed! I found an awesome DIY blogger name Lindsay. Her site is called Lindsay & Drew and has awesome home improvement and DIY projects. After looking through her blog, I am so inspired to go and find some old beat up furniture and give it a new make over! Here are a few awesome things I found on her site. Check her out! Here are a few of her kid friendly DIY’s and tutorials! Cal is going to love these!
Hey guys! So I found an awesome Mama who has some really great stuff on her blog. Her name is Kristen and her blog was called The Earthy Mama but she has a new blog that is called Rethink Simple. (They both have pretty much the same stuff on there) I found her through Pinterest when I was researching natural cleaning solutions, and boy am I glad I did! Seriously, I never even considered owning my own chickens until I read her post. Now I’m
The thing about living in Florida is that you’re at the beach a lot. I needed to find something for cal that would protect his florescent white little skin and be easy to get on and off. I tried the Rash guard shirts that pull over the head. It was such a pain to get on and off; AND it was super tight (even when I bought it a few sizes big!) Another thing I disliked about those were they would constantly ride up and his whole belly would be out! I doubt that is comfortable; and it also makes him more prone to get sunburned there.
FYI…I bought Cal’s Sunsuit a size big so he will be able to wear it for longer. I definitely recommend doing that if you have a fast little grower like I do!
I got this for 24.99 with free shipping on Amazon (because I have an Amazon Mom Prime Membership), but It’s now listed for 12.99! I think I’ll buy a few more 🙂
These Baeba Multiportion Freezer Tray are designed for making homemade baby food. Not only are they cute and colorful, but they are so easy to use! After filling them with your fresh homemade baby food, just put them in the freezer. Once they are completely frozen, pop each portion out into a ziplock freezer bag and repeat! These can also be used to make homemade mini popsicles for a hot sunny day by just adding in a popsicle stick before freezing!