Happy Valentine’s Day! If you and the kids are looking for a fun way to celebrate the day, why not try one of these adorable recipes for Valentine’s Day cookies? You can surprise dad with them when he gets home for work or take some to friends.
If you want to send your husband and kids off with a special breakfast in their tummies tomorrow, check out this “Heart-y Valentine’s Breakfast” from Momformation. It’s super easy to make, and it should be a big hit at your breakfast table.
Valentine’s Day can be one of the hardest days of the year to find a babysitter. If you’re one of those couples who hasn’t gotten anyone lined up yet, and you still want to celebrate the big day, never fear; here are 5 ways to have a Valentine’s Day date at home.
Want to send your kids off to school with a little extra dose of love on Valentine’s Day? How about a heart-shaped snack or a sandwich full of colorful sprinkles? Check out these 6 fun ideas for bringing Valentines’ Day to your child’s lunchbox.
Here’s a fun, last minute craft that you and the kids can make for Valentine’s Day. They’re conversation hearts, but not the kind you eat. All you need for these are felt, thread, a needle and a little boy or girl who likes to cut and sew: make your own conversation hearts.
Nothing beats a yummy, old-fashioned root beer float, but Paula Deen’s twist on the old classic comes close! Check out this recipe for Vanilla Chocolate Chip Root Beer Floats. They’d make a extra special treat for Valentine’s Day!
If you’re looking for some last minute Valentine’s Day crafts or just something fun to do this weekend, check these out: Fun, Homemade Valentine’s Day Crafts. There’s something for every age group, ranging from Play-Doh hearts for toddlers to heart-shaped picture frames for tweens.
If your kids can’t have sugar or you’d just prefer for them not to, there are ways to enjoy Valentine’s Day without stuffing yourself with sweets. Check out these “Sweet but not Sugary” Valentine’s Day gifts for kids from Cool Mom Picks.
Here’s a fun project that will both teach your kids recycling and allow them to have fun making Valentine’s Day cards for their friends. Making Valentine’s Day cards with recycled materials like old maps, book pages, junk mail and cereal boxes can be tons of fun!
Valentine’s Day is just a week away and what better way to celebrate than by doing a fun family craft? All you need are a few cheap, easy-to-find supplies and you and your kids can make these adorable wooden doll fairies.
If you want to get your toddler a sweet treat for Valentine’s Day, but you’re worried about giving your child too much sugar, take a look at these great ideas for sweet and healthy Valentine’s Day treats for toddlers.
Ah, February- the month of love. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, parents everywhere are running to the stores to look for some sugary sweet treats for their kids. However, nothing says “I love you” like a book the two of you can read together every night, and here are a few excellent choices. Check out: Children’s Books About Love.
Does your child’s library need a new addition? Check out Huffington Post Parents’ selections for Best Children’s Books for February. You’ll find fun books inspired by Groundhog’s Day, Valentine’s Day and Black History Month.
Valentine’s Day is less than two weeks away, and what better way to share your love for the kids than by doing some crafts together? Check out these 31 do-it-yourself Valentine’s Day crafts for some fun and cute ideas!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and kids everywhere are making and buying cards to give out to their friends and classmates. But sometimes, all that cutesy, love stuff can be a bit much for little boys. Here are some great ideas for Valentine’s Day cards and gifts for boys.