There’s so much information to keep track of as a nanny! Classes, play dates, emergency contacts, oh my! Why not create a binder to keep the details easily accessible? Below are a few recommendations to collect some of the info you’ll need. My own binder includes a selection of quick projects to keep on hand, […]
We’re so lucky! Paging Supermom has made decorating for St. Patrick’s day super easy! Visit their site to download this free printable “So Lucky” banner and enjoy. You can also find other fun, kid-friendly St. Patricks ideas in their archives like this Lucky Leprechaun game board or Leprechaun Gold printable gift tags. Thank you, Paging Supermom! […]
In this frosty follow-up to the Caldecott Honor book, Flora and the Flamingo, Flora takes to the ice and forms an unexpected friendship with a penguin. Twirling, leaping, spinning, and gliding, on skates and flippers, the duo mirror each other’s graceful dance above and below the ice. But when Flora gives the penguin the cold shoulder, […]
Who says your gingerbread house has to be a “cookie-cutter” model? This year we’re going to try making this non-traditional Mid-century Modern Gingerbread House! Make sure to visit Oh Happy Day for the complete instructions and templates. Have fun! Excerpt from Oh Happy Day: Materials Needed: Ingredients for recipes, candy for decoration, template, frosting bag and tip, Step […]
And We Play has several free coloring pages and sticker printables just in time for Easter! Your kids will love the bunny and Easter egg coloring pages, and the set of cute stickers (to be printed on sticker paper). Visit And We Play to download and print. Happy Easter everyone! Return to Starling.
I’m excited to finally have a copy of the latest pigeon adventure by Mo Willems! Believe it or not, Pigeon is celebrating his 10th anniversary and he’s still up to his same endearing shenanigans. In the latest story, the Pigeon really needs a bath. Except, the Pigeon’s not so sure about that. Besides, he took […]