Welcome to the May 11, 2010 edition of all things family. We love hosting this blog carnival for you to share some of the best ideas in parties, family activities and more. Enjoy reading!
Heather Mann presents How to Make a Candy Buffet! posted at Dollar Store Crafts, saying, “Make a dum-dum topiary, and more ideas for having a candy buffet at your next party.”
Heather Mann presents Cinco de Mayo Candy Buffet posted at Croq Zine – The Blog, saying, “Speaking of candy buffets, take a tour of this fun Mexican candy I used for a little Cinco de Mayo candy buffet for my kids.”
Linette G. presents Kid’s Sleepover Breakfast Idea: PB & J French Toast posted at The Kid’s Birthday Fun Review.
Char Polanosky presents Unique Graduation Cakes posted at Celebrate It, saying, “Love the creativity of these graduation cakes.”
Activities for Kids:
Randa Clay presents Where can we go? Children’s books as field trip guides. posted at FunPlace Database, saying, “This is a fun idea for structuring a day out with the kids around one of their favorite books.”
Cary Anderson presents How To Be Frugal: Saving Money on Entertainment posted at All Things Frugal, saying, “Camping can be a wonderfully rewarding, enjoyable, character-building activity for kids”
Viviana Widjaja presents Benefits of Role Play as Part of Early Childhood Education Activities posted at Resources for Moms and Kids.
Patricia Oaklief presents Great Learning App for a Toddler | Amigram (Free Online Announcements) Blog posted at Amigram (Free Online Announcements) Blog, saying, “This post is about a free Iphone App for toddlers that’s also a good learning tool.”
Samantha Marks presents 8ft Trampoline | Backyards And Gardens.com posted at backyardsandgardens.com.
MummyT presents Unschooling Rocks! posted at Travels with a Nine Year Old, saying, “My son and I are travelling the world longterm, and we’ve adopted a new educational philosophy: unschooling. This post explains how beautifully it’s working for us.”
Yosef presents It’s OK if you don’t love your kid – at first posted at Get Ready Dad, saying, “Discussing the emotions of becoming a dad for the first time, and admitting it’s ok if it takes time to love your child.”
Doug Boude presents My Top 20 Life Lessons for Boys and Young Men posted at Doug Boude (rhymes with ‘loud’), saying, “This post is a follow up to my “My Top 20 Life Lessons for Husbands and Fathers”, this time focused more on ideals and precepts for the young men who will one day be husbands and fathers. Input/Additions to this list solicited! :)”
BWL presents 6 Lessons From Johnny Appleseed posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, “These are a few valuable lessons that we can learn from the Legend Johnny Appleseed…”
June Tree presents Why I Want To Retire Early, Change Roles and Live On One Income posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thinking of living on one income and how it impacts the family.”
Linette G. presents Strawberry Shortcake Recipe posted at The Home and Garden Cafe, saying, “It’s strawberry season! Here’s a recipe for some homemade shortcake to go with them.”
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