I don’t know about you, but I am beyond excited for the holidays this year. I love decorating the house, the chilly weather and the cozy and snuggly times shared with my family. One of our favorite holiday traditions is cuddling up with the girls, and watching our favorite holiday movies. We love to put on our favorite pajamas, snack on goodies and get into the holiday spirit. It is a tradition that my girls have come to love and look forward to, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.
This year I decided I was going to go all out and surprise the girls with matching pajamas, and I found the perfect shop to get them at. If you haven’t heard of Gentry California, you are in for a treat. When I came across this mom-owned adorable shop, I fell in love! Gentry California specialized in monogrammed and personalized apparel for babies, children and women and everything is beyond fabulous!
School has only been out for only a few weeks and my daughter is already missing her craft and color time. My daughter definitely inherited the artsy-bug! She loves to draw and color and will do so on just about anything if I don’t keep an eye on her! She has already colored her way through multiple coloring books, so I decided it was time to give her something to color on that is a little more educational. She loves working on coloring in the lines and is fascinated with the alphabet, numbers and shapes, so I decided to make a few activity sheets that she can have fun coloring, but also (secretly) use as an aid to refresh her memory with things she learned in school this year. I also love that at any time I can just print out new sheets and let her creative juices flow again and again.
My daughter looks forward to being “BOO-ED”every October! It is a fun way for all of us to connect with our neighborhood and get excited for all of the fall festivities ahead.
BOO-ing is a great activity for the whole family to get involved in. It teaches our kiddos that although it is fun to receive, it is even better to pass kindness on!
We’ve Been Boo-ed! … BOO-ing is simple, here is how it works: