These fun and easy Halloween crafts for kids will keep your little ones kids busy for a couple of hours—and help decorate the house for the holiday!
These milestones may not be in the baby books, but they're definitely major achievements for parents of two kids.
Here's how to design a shared kids' room that looks cute, offers them some privacy and hides alllll their stuff.
A sweet time capsule filled with special trinkets and memories is a fun activity to put together with your little one. Have them help decorate the box and curate which items to put in it.
Inspired by the colourful row houses of Newfoundland, these milk carton bird feeders are fun to make and help teach about local wildlife.
For some, the pumpkin spice latte is life. For us, the literal pumpkin is life—specifically, the first year of life as a parent.
Baby's first Halloween involves more Instagramming than trick-or-treating. Here are easy costume ideas that are comfortable to wear and easy to DIY with items you likely have on hand.
Drake, ketchup chips, bagged milk, Smarties, polar bears—your kids will definitely want to stick these printable stickers and temporary tattoos everywhere.
They say handmade is best, and, well, when you have kids, crafts a no-brainer. Make Father's Day extra special with these sweet gifts.
This old-school humming toy is a cinch to make. All you need for your very own colourful kazoo is a toilet paper roll, wax paper, an elastic band and paint.
Go old-school with these quick and easy fabric-covered pots. It's a great way to upcycle yogurt containers and is an impressive gift for kids to make.
A few basic supplies are all you need to make a cute and educational sensory box.