Posts tagged as:

preschoolers

Free and Low-Cost Activities for Preschoolers in Orlando

Orlando/Central Florida Events & Attractions

I recently participated in the Trekaroo KidsMobile blog carnival, where a few Orlando bloggers created lists of their favorite kid-friendly activities in the Orlando and Central Florida area. Many of the lists created have suggestions for traveling to Disney. I offered up a list of Free and Low-Cost Activities in Orlando for Preschoolers. Since Orlando […]

Read more →

Can Preschoolers Help Clean?

preschoolers

Today I found myself home with my baby girl but also needing to clean. She didn’t go to preschool today, but I knew that I couldn’t let her being home get in the way of cleaning. This is a busy and short week for me due to the upcoming trip to Blissdom, so it is […]

Read more →

Remembering When

guest-posts

For this week’s Viernes Social, instead of a contest, we’re featuring a heartfelt guest post from a local Latina blogger. I appreciate the post she wrote, as it’s nice to hear about motherhood past the preschool or teenage years. Guest post by Maria Padilla of Orlando Latino. Maria is a journalist who formerly worked at […]

Read more →

To Watch this Week: Princess Tiana, Dora’s Nochebuena, and Signing Time

preschoolers

There are many new TV shows and movies coming up that are age-appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers. I wanted to share a few that are showing this week you may want to check out. This Friday, Disney’s The Princess and the Frog opens nationwide. In case you didn’t know, Princess Tiana is Disney’s first African-American […]

Read more →

Are Your Kids Enrolled in Extra-Curricular Activities?

Parenting

Growing up, I never participated in extra-curricular activities such as dance class, little league sports, or anything of the sort. While my friends were off learning ballet, tap, and jazz, I was at home. Doing homework. Or maybe chores. It’s not something I ever got to experience as a child. I try hard not to […]

Read more →