When school's out and the kids are at home, there are a lot of hours to fill. To help you beat the boredom, we've collected 6 Winter Crafts that you and your children can do together.
Have some cozy fun this winter break with your very own fancy tea party inspired by Fancy Nancy Tea Parties!
When you learn from the best, Fancy Nancy, you're ready to throw your own fabulous tea party! It's as easy as un, deux, trois!
Packages are wrapped and under the tree, the smell of fresh-baked goodies fills the air, and we are all looking forward to the best part of the holidays—spending time with the people we love most.
The best part of our jobs at Put Me In The Story is seeing the big, beautiful smile on your little one's face when they see themselves in the pages of their very own personalized book.
Having your children home for winter break can be overwhelming. Between the holiday madness, running them to events, and keeping them entertained, it can be really draining for a mom!
Have your spouse watch your kids for an hour or so and give yourself some much-needed (and much-deserved!) alone time to relax and unwind with an adult coloring book and a delicious cocktail or mocktail – recipes below.
Winter Break is here, which means lots of unstructured time with your kiddos. If you're one of those uber-prepared parents that posts your kid's Pinterest-perfect projects to Facebook daily, you're probably all set. If you're like us though, you're always looking for fun screen-free activities to suggest when they ask (for the eighth time) if they can watch a show. Never fear! We've got you covered with our five favorite screen-free activities for your kids to do this week. Enjoy, and feel free to share your very best moments with us using #putmeinthestory!