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We had a ball visiting local toy shops in search of the merriest and brightest for kids. Check out our top toys of the season!
Middle Tennessee’s nature centers offer great programs for little kids to get connected to the natural world. (pictured: A local mom and son enjoying a nature hike at Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary.)
Owl’s Hill offers up summer camp options that hearken back to the way summer days used to be!
Start a tradition this year with your family by visiting a local Christmas tree farm. The experience you’ll have looking for the perfect tree is priceless … not to mention a lot of fun! Well, maybe not so much fun for the one cutting it down … DAD! LOL! Support our local farmers and shop… Read more »
We have gone a few times to cut down our own Christmas tree. It’s fun and our little girl enjoyed it. Lately, we have been purchasing from a local store. But, now’s the time to pick back up on that. I want to create a family tradition that I know both of my children will… Read more »
Here’s a fun Halloween craft for kids that turns into a yummy treat once you’re done. While you’re out grocery shopping at your local Kroger, Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, etc. in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Brentwood, Gallatin, etc. … be sure to pick up a few extra things to make this craft with your kids. We were at… Read more »
Another fun Halloween craft for kids is making a bat out of pinecones and leaves. Again, we are using what nature has to offer. What You’ll Need Pinecones Leaves with stems Black spray paint Googly eyes (optional) Ribbon What You’ll Do Grab a pinecone and two leaves of about the same size. Take one leaf… Read more »
If you don’t want to go out to your Nashville, Murfressboro, Smyrna, etc. grocery store to buy a straw broom to decorate for Halloween, here’s a fun and cheap way to make your own witch’s broom. What You’ll Need Paper lunch bags Ribbon Stick Black spray paint (optional) Scissors What You’ll Do Go outside with… Read more »