Before your kids strike a pose and say “Cheeeeeese” for their school pictures, here’s a few hacks to make sure everyone rocks school picture day! Here’s my latest from TLC!
It’s officially back to school time! So before your kids hit the books, check out my latest segment on HLN’s Weekend Express where I am sharing my favorite hacks that will keep everyone organized, create the perfect place for your kid’s art, and how to make a to-go homework space.
So happy that I could join Jennifer Westhoven on HLN’s Weekend Express to chat about creative crafts and DIYS mom and dads can modify and tweak for kids with special needs. From making your own musical instruments to the easiest way to make texture paint, check out my latest segment!
If you’ve got a curly kid, you know that there’s no wash and go. So for this episode of TLCme #LifeHacks, I’m sharing my favorite hacks to my curly kid’s perfectly coiled, take the tears out of detangling,the right way to wash and style curls. Looking for more great Life Hacks? Head over to TLC and check out the library for my web series.
Your city is lovely and your people are beyond sweet. I think you may be one of my newest favorite places ever. I had the pleasure of visiting Windy City Live to share some of my favorite baby products and gear and I LOVED meeting everyone there. If you missed the segment, here it is!
We love a good spirit week around here—especially if it calls for Crazy Hair Day. Now to be fair, when we’re running late for the bus, my kids’ hair usually looks like it would fit right on Crazy Hair Day. However, for the actual day I got crafty before breakfast and was able to send the kids out the door with super rad hair that they absolutely loved. So they were thrilled and these fun styles took me just a few minutes to whip up. So here’s how I made the delicious donut hair and one eyed monsters.
First up–donuts! Start with a small paper plate and cut a small hole in the middle. You just need the hole to be wide enough to pull a ponytail through. With construction paper made a small circle and again cut the middle out. This will be your “icing.” Using a hot glue gun, attach lots of sprinkles. If you don’t have sprinkles, little pieces of colorful paper will work, too. Hot glue a few bobby pins to the bottom of your “icing.” Pu your child’s hair into a ponytail and pull it through the paper plate. Then put their hair into a bun and attach the “icing.” Boom–done. So easy and so stinking cute!
Now for the one eyed monster. Start by cutting pipe cleaners in half and hot gluing a googly eye on the end. Wrap the bottom of the pop cleaner around a bobby pin and place in your child’s hair. You can twist and turn the pipe cleaners into different directions to make them look extra wacky.
I love everything about Valentine’s Day—especially making treats for my little sweets. Check out my latest from TLCme where I’m putting together these adorable and super easy robots. What I love about these robots is you can make them with healthy snacks and there are perfect for class parties! For more life hacks, swing on over to my web series TLCMe Life Hacks
From cleaning to cutting cookies, there is so much more to those handy coffee filters and rolls of aluminum foil you have sitting in your kitchen. So check out my latest segment from Good Morning Washington and put those two items to work in your house!