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Baby's First Thanksgiving Keepsake Craft

It's Baby's First Thanksgiving! Celebrate with this adorable turkey footprint craft!
Recent Posts Its Baby's First Thanksgiving! Celebrate with this adorable footprint craft! (This is a similar craft to our Parrot footprint Craft found here) SUPPLIES bro… http://thesweetmama.com/blog/2016/09/babys-first-thanksgiving-keepsake-craft/

The Thankful Tree

How do you teach thankfulness to kids? We found this free printable that uses fingerprints as a way to teach little ones.
Recent Posts How do you teach thankfulness to kids? We found this free printable that uses fingerprints as a way to teach little ones. Here is where we found the ones we use… http://thesweetmama.com/blog/2016/09/thankful-tree/

Bum-pkin Painting: A Baby's First Halloween Tradition

What's a bum-pkin? Exactly what you think... A pumpkin made out of a print of your baby's bum!
Recent Posts Autumn means pumpkins, which means Thanksgiving, which means Halloween... This craft is adorable to the power of ten. Mamas love them some cute baby bums, so we are … http://thesweetmama.com/blog/2015/10/bum-pkin-painting-babys-first-halloween-tradition/

Baking Pie: A Kitchen Battle

"Making a pie is easy"... Or so I thought. My escapades in the kitchen quickly taught me that baking a pie is no easy feat.
Recent Posts With Thanksgiving around the corner, I had it in my mind to bake beautiful pies to bring to all those family dinners. In my mind's eye I could see the delight on the … http://thesweetmama.com/blog/2015/10/baking-pie-kitchen-battle/

Teaching Kids Thankfulness

Thankfulness extends beyond just good manners. Toddlers and young children are naturally "satisfy me" little people, so putting others first and being grateful isn't something that happens naturally... It is something that is taught.
Recent Posts Thanksgiving is around the corner, and many families have a tradition of going around the table at dinner sharing what they are thankful for. Sure a small child can sh… http://thesweetmama.com/blog/2015/09/teaching-kids-thankfulness/