Astronomy Day is April 21st， and we've got a couple cool things going on.
Dono &； Dono is one of our favorite brands. It's high-quality， great for kids with allergies (It also features a removable down alternative toddler pillow that is infused with silver， which is known for its antibacterialanniversary gifts for couples， antifungal， antimicrobial， and antiviral properties)， and folds up really easily so that you can bring with you wherever you need. It's perfect for overnights or naps， or even for daycare.decorative pillow cases
(Here's areally good article on just how important naps are for your little humans. And honestly， we need them to nap so we can catch up on laundry， shower， or watch a TV show that doesn't involve small dogs fighting fires.)
Look at that incredible pattern! The pieces detach for easy washing， it's airy to prevent overheating， and it's made with really high quality material so you never have to worry about what your little is sleeping with.
This is so cute， it's sure to make nap time easier. Your kids will probably want to sleep with it all the time.
You can also see an absolutely adorable pillowcase featuringDylan the Dinosaur in a really cute rocket ship that is definitely going to be a new best friend for your kids!
And of course we have a recipe for you： Frozen yogurt swirl treats!
What you'll need：
How to make them：
And of course you'll need some activities to do while you're waiting for your treats to freeze， so check outthis site full of awesome and fun ideas!
Do you want your daughter to make a face like this?Or like that?Or maybe this?Then make her one of these magical tutu dresses of magic.And watch her flit about the yard in fairy princess heaven. Find out how to make a magical tutu dress after the jump!
It’s kind of funny, but my first exposure to quilting was back in the late 1980’s when?the “quilting ladies”?would invade the fabric store I worked at?in droves to find just the right fabric combinations for their quilts. Calico and country print fabric bolts were flying every which way, and any flat surface in the fabric store would be covered with fabrics while the ladies discussed patterns, colors, and shades. So, I always thought that quilting was all about buying new fabrics for the quilts, because that’s how I’d always seen it done.
I partnered up with my blogger bestie Jen from Something Turquoise to create a super cute and simple DIY Thumbprint Save the Date for you to create!