One of the most awaited celebrations we moms look forward every year to is the birthday of our kids. Admit it, we moms always want to make this celebration extra special and memorable by coming up with a birthday party theme like princesses and other cartoon character our kids like the most. Speaking of birthday party themes, for my daughter’s coming birthday party celebration, the theme this year is all white, so I came up with an idea of having a White Bounce House Castle Birthday Party.Continue reading
No Tricks, All Treat!
Halloween is one of the most awaited holiday kids look forward to, especially my daughter. She’s excited to dress up in costume and receive sweet treats. Well, it’s not just my daughter that is excited for Halloween, I am as well.
As a mom, one of the things I look forward to this holiday is thinking of what costume my kid should be wearing. Am I going to buy something which unfortunately costs a lot or have a DIY costume using recycled materials? Practically and at less cost, making a DIY Halloween costume is the best option. It might need creativity, time and effort, but once you see how happily dress up and look pretty cute the kids in your handmade love creation, it’s worth it.
Here are some DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for kids that I created for my daughter using old clothes and recycled materials.
This adorable costume is easy to make. You can buy fabric in orange color or use an old orange shirt to recreate a pumpkin costume. In this, I use alpha gene Gina pongee fabric, unused shoe lace, black felt cloth for pumpkin face. A little sewing of cloth on the sides and glued the pumpkin face, this cute DIY Pumpkin makes my daughter so adorable. This is her first ever Halloween. The cost? It’s less than one hundred pesos.
Embrace your inner evil with this DIY Maleficent Costume I personally created for my daughter. Everything is handmade from signatured horned headpiece, staff and wings. I upcycle an old mini black dress into her costume. The wings are made of cardboard covered with black cartolina paper shaped into tiny feathers. As for her staff, I used a branch of a tree, covered it with black electrical tape and topped a light up bouncy ball. The horned headpiece is from her old headband, I just printed a horn pattern from the web, traced it in cardboard, then covered it with black ribbon, and glued it into the headband. Continue reading
There’s a saying that “Give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world”.
What does the right shoe mean to you? Is it fashionable, trendy, high priced shoes or comfortable to wear? Adults can definitely define what the right shoes mean, but for growing kids, parental assistance in choosing the right shoes so they can conquer the world is a must. Buying the right shoes for toddlers is actually not that hard. Sharing you, my top tips in buying shoes for your little tots plus a one-stop-shop shoe store for all ages.
MATERIAL – lightweight like canvas, cloth or leather are the best material for toddler shoes. Consider also choosing shoes with a grip so that it is comfortable for them to walk. Add on the quality of shoes.
MEASUREMENT – lots of parents practice the idea of buying shoes with a bigger size to economically save and longer usage. It’s a big NO for me. Why? Because wearing shoes in a bigger size is not comfortable to wear. Buy shoes that are perfectly fit to your toddler size or at least have a half-inch allowance to give area for wearing it with socks or tights.
The spookiest time of the year is coming up. Where to have fun and celebrate this year’s Halloween? Here are lists of Halloween Events, Spooky Costume Contest, and Trick or Treat for kids and kids at heart.
Treat or Treat and other activities for Kids
Date: October 26, 2019, Saturday
Time: 11 am to 1 pm
Venue: Robinsons North Activity Area – Tacloban CityContinue reading
Hello lovely readers! Welcome back to my blog. Sharing now is a budget-friendly OOTD in tutu skirt, white shirt plus an upcycled leggings. This was taken during the recognition of his big bro, her second time to attend.Continue reading