Ostara Spring Equinox Cards free printable template

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Every Ostara, also known as the Spring Equinox, we take that as a chance to send our family and friends some happy mail.  I use any excuse I can to send grandparents and great grandparents cute little gifts from the kids.  I made up this Ostara Cards free printable template to make it easy for you to as well.  Kids love to be involved, and sending mail is so much fun!  Plus, maybe if they are lucky whoever they send mail to will reciprocate and send them back a surprise in the mail too!

My friends and family are used to my eccentricities.  I am the only pagan in my family, but lots of pagan-friendly friends and family.  I think even if people get cards that say Ostara on it, they don’t care as they take it in the spirit it was meant.  It’s more fun for everyone as they get to learn something new, and not following the Pagan wheel of the year it’s a surprise when they may receive a random gift from us.  Seriously, make friends who are part of a different spirituality, it makes things much more unexpected with extra holidays around and you learn so much!

Do you prefer to do things paperless?  You like to save the environment?  Or simply want to save time and resources by doing it all online?  I have another option for you too, I got a sample at Paperless Post to try out their really cool site.  It’s a great alternative to still send some fun cards to your family and friends, but a lot easier as you can do it all online.  Some really fun ways to customize a card to send to someone.  It’s easy to find individual cards for each person you want to send a fun surprise too, there are even free options so make sure you check it out!

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Ostara Cards free printable template

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Materials Needed:

  • Scissors & tape
  • Ostara Cards free printable template PDF (or use the graphic below)
  • Packet of seeds for every person you want to send it to
  • Glitter glue and other decorations
  • Envelopes & stamps

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Tip: Write the names in the “to” and “from” section BEFORE letting the kids destroy it with glitter glue, it’s REALLY hard after and not nearly as pretty.

 

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I did a similar post last year, because I love sending seeds so much to my family I do it each year!  Check it out below for different card ideas.




 

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Pack a Busy Bag for Medical Appointments

You need to Pack a Busy Bag for Medical Appointments for kids, you never know when you may need to run out the door fast to the ER or doctor, be prepared!

 

How many times does it happen that you have little to no warning that you have to go somewhere and keep the kids busy and quiet for a prolonged period of time.  Usually a walk-in clinic, doctor’s office, go to the ER, etc.  This is why you need to be organized and Pack a Busy Bag for Medical Appointments in advance.

I cannot tell you the number of times I have to grab the kids and go to the walk-in for step tests, ER for minor injuries, etc.  The last thing I want to think of when running out the door to take my sick or injured baby to the doctor is what I need to pack and bring with me to keep them entertained.  Even with an appointment we are at our doctors office for usually almost two hours.  A walk in clinic two to three hours.  The Emergency Room (even if considered high priority) three to eight hours.  Sometimes you really need to be prepared to keep your kids busy for a prolonged period of time.  But not just the doctor’s office, restaurants, shopping, non-kid houses, there are tons of places you may go where it can be helpful to have a dedicated bag full of kids activities they can use.


You need to Pack a Busy Bag for Medical Appointments for kids, you never know when you may need to run out the door fast to the ER or doctor, be prepared!

Here are some items I like to Pack in my Busy Bag for Medical Appointments to keep my kids busy at the Doctors office:

  • Grab & Go bags – I find them at the cash at Micheal’s, for a dollar, this is an AMAZING find.  Even just to throw in your purse.  A mini colouring book, crayons, and stickers.  These are perfect to keep kids busy.
  • Books – New-to-them books, or books they don’t read often.  Pick thin paper books so it isn’t as heavy or takes up a lot of room.  They are great to read quietly in the waiting room to kids, or in the examining room while waiting for the doctor or between medical tests.  Bring a bunch.
  • Flash Cards – Great to go through with kids and start conversations.
  • Brain Quests – They have tons starting at 2-3 years old.  Great to keep kids busy and interactive to do with the kids as you sit trying to keep them entertained.
  • Snacks – try to keep it peanut free as you never know what kind of regulations there will be, raisins, fruit pouches, crackers, juice boxes, water bottles, etc.  Don’t forget to pack some snacks for yourself.  Try not to bring items that squish easily.
  • Grab a tablet and chargers as you run out the door, once your busy bag fails, take a break and let them watch Netlflix or play games on your tablet.  Plus, especially in the Emergency Room your phone will die, bring a charger!
  • A book or magazines for you, you will get bored too, bring some stuff to entertain yourself with as well.
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What to pack it in?

  • Cinch Sac – I love this bag, it’s a Cinch Sac by Thirty-One Gifts, we have a bunch we use for different purposes, but I keep this purple one by the door with stuff for a quick visit to the doctors or anywhere else we may have to go.  You can check them out HERE to get one.

What would you Pack in a Busy Bag for Medical Appointments?  Where else would you use one of these bags?

How do you keep your children busy in the doctors office or restaurants?

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I made a bag for kids to use in restaurants check it out below:

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Scottish Breakfast

In celebration of Robbie Burns Day I wanted to do a post in celebration of Scotland, and my favourite meal, Scottish Breakfast.  I’m a few months late, but still wanted to share anyway.  My hubby and I went to Scotland for our honeymoon and stayed predominantly in Bed & Breakfasts, we were pleasantly surprised at their Scottish Breakfasts every morning, as vegetarians it is not always easy to find food but everyday we had an AMAZING breakfast, full of protein and delicious. Scottish Breakfast has become a staple in our house, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  My kids eat it and love it, my hubby demolishes it, and there are never leftovers.

Scotland will always have a special place in our heart, it is a magical country, from visiting the ruins of castles (by traipsing through sheep fields), to visiting standing stone circles, and my husband’s favourite, distillery tours and sampling all the amazing scotch.  Enjoying this breakfast brings back memories of a simpler time, before kids, when it was just the two of us and we were so in love on or honeymoon, and all we had to worry about was delicious food, where we were hiking to that day, and attempting to drive on the wrong side of the road without being squashed by a truck or running over a sheep.

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Robbie Burns is a Scottish poet.  Robbie Burns suppers are popular everywhere, usually celebrated with haggis, cheese plates, soup, and lots of scotch, maybe some Highland Dancing and bagpipe music.  The bringing in of the haggis is a solemn and very serious event at a Burns day supper, there is a address to the haggis and pomp and ceremony bringing it in.  They recite Robbie Burn’s poetry, graces, and general merriment.  Robbie Burns supper celebrations have been held on or around his birthday since five years after his death, starting in 1803.

Here is an easy way to celebrate Robbie Burns day in your house with a delicious Scottish Breakfast full of protein and vegetarian friendly for dinner, lunch, or the typical breakfast.

Scottish Breakfast
 
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Recipe type: Vegetarian
Cuisine: Scottish
Ingredients
  • Baked Beans
  • Hashbrowns
  • baked tomatoes
  • fried mushrooms
  • fried egg
Instructions
  1. Pretty much however is your easiest way to make it, I go the easy way and buy the frozen hash browns, cans of vegetarian baked beans in tomato sauce, then bake the tomatoes in the oven with some salt and pepper, fry the mushrooms, and lastly a fried egg. Assemble it all on a plate and serve with ketchup, watch your family demolish their favourites and savour the fact that they ate so many vegetables and protein in one meal and it didn't even take a lot of effort!

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Bedtime Routine for a Toddler & Preschooler

I am a stay at home mom and my husband works a long hard job so by the end of the day we are both exhausted.   We don’t normally do bath time every day as there isn’t a lot of time and frankly we are just too tired.  Instead we focus more on family time for relaxing.  We have a fairly simple Bedtime Routine for a Toddler & Preschooler, which we try to stick to every night.

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Our Routine:

  • Brush teeth.
  • Put on pajama’s and night time overnight diapers (I choose Goodnites).
  • Snuggle on my bed and read stories together for 10-20 minutes together.
  • Tuck in babies and goodnight kisses.

This routine works for us.  We enjoy snuggles together as a family and encouraging reading.  Even though my son is only two, he loves to sit for stories and my daughter has been sitting still for stories for many years as well.

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Night-time Diapers

I was approached by Influenster to test out the Goodnites diapers for free, and I jumped on it!  My daughter is almost four-years-old, and although she was fully day-time potty trained at two-years-old, she is still no where near ready for night-time potty training.  She was very excited to try these Goodnites in lieu of her normal pull-ups for bedtime.




Night-time Potty Training

Bee is a deep sleeper and just doesn’t wake up to pee, even if I try to wake her up, she has usually already gone so she needs nighttime stuff.  We have been using Pull-Ups for two years, and are very happy with them.  But they only go up to a size 5T, which is a little smaller than Bee’s normal clothes.  To be honest I didn’t even know there were bigger options.

Once I received these Goodnites and she tried them on, she was hooked.  They are a much better fit for a big preschooler.  She seems to be between sizes, the Pull-Ups are way to small, but the Goodnites are still big.  Which is good as she will have room to grow.  Who knew they had to go to Goodnites after Pull-Ups get too small? My only negative feedback on the Goodnites is they do not have the easy off sides. Pull-Ups my daughter can take off herself when she wakes up by ripping down the sides.  The Goodnites are more like undies and you need to remove them fully and that can be a pain.

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Is the end in sight soon?

I know she won’t be in nighttime diapers forever, but I cannot wait until we are no longer in diapers!  I have a toddler in diapers too so I am excited when the day comes that we are no longer in diapers.  But when we next to re-stock we will for sure be buying these Goodnites for her since they fit better.

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For those who have been through it, what are your tips to help the older child get potty trained?  I know limit liquids before bed, have them pee before bed, and before you go to bed, but anything else?

How do you know your child is ready for night-time potty training?

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Giraffe’s Can’t Dance Craft

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Welcome to February 2017’s installment of Giraffe’s Can’t Dance.  This book is a really fun one to have around.  If you have not heard of the Monthly Crafting Book Club yet it is a group of bloggers who get together to make up a craft related to a certain book, this month we are covering a Giraffe’s Can’t Dance Craft.  Make sure you check out the other blogger’s crafts below.  I am a big advocate of early literacy, we read a lot of books together as a family and I spend WAY too much each month on my daughters Scholastic catalogs through her nursery school.  Both my children love to read though and by combining a book and a craft together it furthers that love and encourages conversations about the story and more fun.

 

I decided to do a giraffe craft where they can make the giraffe dance.  We use items around the house as I believe crafts shouldn’t cost a lot either, and special trips to the store make it harder to do crafts sometimes, so hopefully you have a stock of basic craft stuff, construction paper, paint, glue, crayons, markers, etc.

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Giraffe’s Can’t Dance Craft

Materials Needed:

  • Giraffe’s Can’t Dance by Giles Andreas & Guy Parker-Rees
  • Toilet paper roll
  • Paint in desired colours (yellow and brown if you are going traditional)
  • Construction paper or regular white paper
  • scissors, glue, markers, brushes

Method of Preparation:

  • Have the kids help decide what colour their giraffe will be and what colour the spots will be.  My three-year-old daughter of course chose pink and purple.  My son is two and still learning his colours, so let me go the traditional route.
  • Help the kids paint their toilet paper roll completely.
  • As that dries (try to keep it a thin coat), help them use the other colour (brown and purple for us) and dip their whole finger in it then press it on the paper to make the giraffe ears.
  • Use their finger prints to make spots on the toilet paper roll
  • Ours dried for a few days, then I pre-cut the ears out, and helped them draw faces on their giraffe and glue the ears on.
  • Then I cut two holes in the front for their little fingers so they could put it through and make the giraffe dance.

Next I found on you tube some clips of people singing the giraffe’s can’t dance story, so we played the video and the giraffe’s had fun dancing away to the story and songs afterwards.  I think they had more fun making the giraffe’s dance then even making it.  But they enjoyed the painting part too.  I got terrible pictures of the “after” part as they spent too much time moving to get a clear picture!  I hope you try this out with your kids and get to try out different colours too!

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Please check out the other inspiring Giraffe’s Can’t Dance Crafts below from the other bloggers participating in the Monthly Crafting Book Club this month:

Giraffe's Can't Dance Craft - Monthly Crafting Book Club is celebrating Giraffe's Can't Dance Crafts this month with a group of bloggers and crafts to show that Giraffes CAN dance.

Giraffe's Can't Dance Craft - Monthly Crafting Book Club is celebrating Giraffe's Can't Dance Crafts this month with a group of bloggers and crafts to show that Giraffes CAN dance.

Next month (March) we are doing the books from “How do Dinosaurs” series, in April we are doing The Hungry Caterpillar and May camping themed books.

Did you miss some posts from last year?

January – Barnyard Dance

February – If You Give A Moose A Muffin

March – ABC’s

April – Piggy in the Puddle

May – Five Little Monkeys

June – A Camping-related book

August – A Back to School-related book

September – It’s Pumpkin Day Mouse

October – Have You Seen My Monster

November – Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft

December – Winter Theme Book

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The Key To a Great Homeschool Room

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DIY Flower Projects

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15 Panda Bear Books

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7 Surprising Ways Being Organized Improves Your Life

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Blogger Spotlight #51

Welcome to the Bloggers Spotlight Link

and Pin-it Party #51

Thank you for making the party successful and wonderful! We enjoyed stopping by and learning new things. If you are  new here, welcome and we are glad to have you. If not, welcome back! Don’t forget to read the rules at the bottom.

 

 

 

 

Here’s what you may have missed from your hosts :
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Thank you for sharing the word on our party too, whether by adding our party button to your party page or side bar, tweeting, etc. We really appreciate each and every one of you.

 

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Cristina of A Bountiful Love

THIS WEEK’S FEATURE:

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Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake

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Truck Books We Love

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SPICY ASIAN VEGAN MEATBALLS

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Passport to Fun – China

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  • Put the Bloggers Spotlight badge on your sidebar or party page.
  • Have fun and visit a couple or more links! Pin, tweet, and/or comment, share the love, meet new friends.

grab button for Raising Fairies and Knights

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