It’s almost Valentine’s Day!
That means it’s time for some new lunchbox printables. These free lunchbox printables for Valentine’s Day are a fun way to add some cheer to lunchtime in February!
I don’t know about you, but I always find February to be the most dreary month of the year. The weather where I live is gray and cold. The excitement of celebrating Christmas and the new year is long gone.
But then there’s Valentine’s Day right in the middle of the month to spice things up. So it’s fun to make the most of that little holiday and spread some cheer among loved ones.
These new lunchbox printables for Valentine’s Day are designed to make the dreary month of February a little more fun for kids at lunchtime. Like my other lunchbox printables, these are a simple way to encourage kids while they’re at school.
All of my lunchbox printables have nine designs on an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. You just print out the PDF document, cut them out, and pop them into lunchboxes. They’re small enough to fit easily into lunches, but there’s a little room to write a personal message and/or sign them if you want.
If you like these lunchbox printables for Valentine’s Day, visit my free printables collection for more fun resources.
Looking for more parenting ideas? Check out my Mom Sense board on Pinterest and pin along with me!
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With the holiday season coming up, many of us have travel plans. Traveling with kids can be fun. It can also be stressful at times. Planning ahead is key.
When road tripping with kids, I make sure the vehicle is stocked well for the road. Having the necessities on hand always makes the trip go better.
So then how do you fill the time during the drive?
This infographic, reprinted with permission from Wooden Toy Shop, has many tips for entertaining kids during road trips. It’s a helpful tool for planning ahead to keep kids happy with food and games during long drives.
These activities entertain as well as develop important skills while traveling.
This infographic, Keeping Kids Entertained on Long Car Journeys by Wooden Toy Shop, is reprinted with permission.
Looking for more ideas for traveling and entertaining kids during road trips? Check out my travel board on Pinterest!
Motherhood has moments of pure delight. And other moments that are hard. Sometimes we just get through the tough stuff the best we can.
But have you ever wished for some help for becoming the mom you REALLY want to be? The Mom Conference was designed for just that purpose!
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Sounds great, right?
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Just click here to go to the Mom Conference site to register: The Mom Conference 2016.
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Mom Conference 2016 sessions
The Mom Conference 2016 features some great sessions!
- Understand and manage your children’s emotions (and your own!)
- Help your children to embrace healthy foods while teaching them to cook
- Raise grateful children and avoid the entitlement epidemic going on these days
- Manage your children’s cell phone use and screen time (such a tricky and important subject!)
- Take better care of your body, mind and soul (yes, YOU need to be cared for along with your children!)
- Develop and stick to a budget that really works
- Nurture your marriage
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- Get that house clean and keep it that way (in a fun way!)
- Find more joy in motherhood
Mom Conference 2016 speakers
The free sessions are presented by some accomplished speakers.
- Dr Laura Markham, Clinical Psychologist, bestselling author and discipline expert at Aha Parenting (Helping Kids – and Yourself – Manage Emotions)
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- Jesse Mecham, Founder of You Need a Budget (Budgeting Made Simple)
- Dina Alexander, Founder of Educate and Empower Kids (How to Talk to your Children about Sex)
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- Shawni Pothier, founder of the popular mom-blog, 71 Toes (Managing Kids’ Cell Phone and Screen Time – Without Making Them Hate You)
- April and Eric Perry, life architecture experts and founders of Learn-Do-Become (Building the Life and Future you Really Want)
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