Printable Morning Routine Charts

Printable Morning Routine Charts – Free printable kids morning routine charts to help teach kids independence and provide guidance for their morning routine! Charts for boys and girls! Today we’re talking about getting up in the morning. If you’re visiting today, you’re probably here to snag these printable morning routine charts for your little kiddos. Before you do, hear me out for a second. As adults, you might agree that it’s not always easy to just pop out of bed in {Read More}

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Before Josh and I had kids, we would come home from work at the end of the day, fix something for dinner (or order out), chat about the day, watch a little TV or go on a walk and then head to bed to get a good night’s sleep. Did you catch the key phrase “before kids?” These days, our evenings are a bit more structured. They have to be. My kids thrive off structure and routine. Do yours, too? Today {Read More}

Printable Adult Coloring Pages

  This post includes affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. I’ve been waiting for a couple weeks now to share these Printable Adult Coloring Pages with you!! I’ve never shared anything like this on the blog before so I’m excited to see what you think of them. If you like them, I’m going to keep them coming! As an adult, have you ever colored before? I mean just really sat down. . . and colored? On your own? Without your kids? I {Read More}

Printable Medicine Tracker – Preparing for Cold & Flu Season

It’s the beginning of cold and flu season. . .already. My 6-year-old was sick with a cold and a fever just two weeks ago during the last week of summer camp. The sickness seemed to then move through the house taking on a bit of a different form for each of us. Blah. If there’s one thing I can’t stand more than anything else, it’s germs!! I was happy that we were able to get over our family illness before {Read More}

Back to School: Homework in Progress Door Hangers

I’m in major back to school mode this week if you couldn’t already tell! I have a list of about a million things I’d like to get done before the start of school. I guess we’ll see how much I can realistically check off before the big day arrives. I’ve decided I just need to take one day at a time. Pretty sound logic, right? My kids are still pretty young. Dane will be starting 1st grade this fall. I’m {Read More}

Printable Lunch Box Jokes

Ahhh, it feels good to be back! July was such a busy month, filled with summer camp, family commitments and an RV adventure to South Dakota! I’m so happy to be back to a somewhat normal schedule. I wonder how long that will last? So, here at the house we’re in back to school mode. Are you, too? My son, Dane, will be in 1st Grade this fall and he’s super excited about it. He’s finishing off the month of {Read More}

Catch More Fish Printable & Fishing Adventures at the Lake

We’ve been spending a lot of time “up north” at our lake cabin this summer – hosting friends and family, and making the most of our weekends. The weather lately has been absolutely beautiful, so we’ve traded in the tablets and cell phones for “lake life.” That means lots of jumping off the dock and playing in the water during the day, and when dusk sets in. . . well,  that’s when the fishing poles come out. It’s not always pretty, let me tell you. {Read More}

50 Ideas for Family Night + A Free Printable

Do you feel like you’re constantly running? To work, to school, to camp, to practice, to get groceries, to parties, etc.? The list goes on and on. There just doesn’t seem to be much downtime. I always think that “next month” is going to be better, but the calendar fills up quickly and I find myself caught up in what I like to call organized chaos. I stick to a schedule, but the schedule doesn’t stop. While children sometimes seem {Read More}

Go Camping Free Printable

The weather here lately has been crazy. A couple weeks ago, I felt the sun. I sent Dane to school in shorts. We were grilling out and blowing bubbles in the yard. And then. . .this happened. . . I mean, seriously? We were up north at our lake cabin, opening it up for the season. We came back home that night because our sitter wasn’t feeling well, and woke up to this! How ironic is that? Getting your summer {Read More}

Age-Appropriate Chores for Kids with FREE Printable

It’s the day after New Year’s and I’m already in clean-up mode. The Christmas tree came down yesterday and I’m in the process of trying to organize and tidy up the house. My son, Dane, received an automated coin counter bank this Christmas and he excitedly went to fill it with coins he had stashed away in his room from birthdays and Easter baskets. He brought the jar to me and asked where he could get more coins to fill {Read More}