Toddlers can be a real challenge. Anyone who has ever heard of the “Terrible Twos” will know just what this means, but it’s not just two-year-olds who can be defiant and unruly. The toddler years in general are a time when children are learning more about who they are and how they interact with the world around them. Just ask this mom of a threenager. With this comes pushing the boundaries and sometimes breaking the rules or doing things that are unsafe.
I can’t wait to see A Wrinkle In Time in theaters! These A Wrinkle In Time coloring pages are always great for a themed party, rainy day activity and road trips! Planning a girls day out to see the movie with your kiddos, download these free printables A Wrinkle In Time coloring pages and activity sheets to get everyone excited for the movie! Be sure to click on the links or the picture to open a full size PDF file for printing.
A Wrinkle In Time Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets
We’ve always been a meat and potatoes kind of family. Beef Stew, Steak and Potatoes, and of course a good helping of Irish Shepherd’s Pie! It’s my absolutely favorite dish, and I enjoy ordering it whenever I see it on a menu. If you’ve been thinking about trying it, or making it yourself – do it! I hope you enjoy this Irish Shepherd’s Pie recipe as much as I do.
If you’ve ever wanted to join a book club now is your chance! Check out the new official Book Club movie trailer. Four women get together to read the very popular Fifty Shades of Grey and embark on the most romantic years of their lives. The next chapter is always the best chapter. Get your gal pals together for a ladies night out you won’t soon forget!
Book Club Movie Trailer
About Book Club
Book Club stars Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T.
I was invited on an all expense paid trip by Disney to attend the Red Carpet Black Panther World Premiere. I received a copy of Walt Disney Signature Collection Lady and the Tramp on Blu-ray for review. This post contains affiliate links.
Lady and the Tramp was by far one of my most favorite books as a child. I enjoyed reading the story over and over.