Category: Tiny Tot Tuesday


10 Ideas for Indoor Days with Little Ones


The excitement from the holidays has died down, and now we've entered the "boring" phase of winter where we stay indoors most of the time. The flu and stomach bug are making some vicious rounds in our area, so we're on Operation: No Public Places for a couple weeks. I'm...

Baked Scotch Egg Bites with Dijon Sauce


I don't know about you, but after all the delicious sweets from the holidays, I am craving something hearty! I get a little sugared out after Christmas. I made cookies, fudge, and divinity with my mom and daughter before Christmas and ate more than my share of them! Once I...

Flipping the bird in Chick-Fil-A


There comes a time in every young child's life, sometime after learning to wave and before learning to tie their shoes, that they become aware of their middle finger. Not just at home, in quiet examination. Oh no, this discovery is going to take place in front of as many...

Did you know Santa has texting?


I try really hard to always be truthful with my daughter. If she asks me a question, I give her an age-appropriate answer. She is very intelligent, so if I give her a rational explanation for something that happens, she'll usually accept it and move on. She has an extremely...

Let’s talk about kid shows. . .


Netflix could be considered another family member at this point in my kids' lives. My kids have recognized the Netflix logo by about 12 months old each. Not one of my proudest parenting accomplishments, but we keep the TV time within reason most days and balance it with reading, playing,...

A Pirate Parrrrrty!


We threw a party for our little swashbuckler for his first birthday! I made approximately zero of the decorations, his invites were sent by Facebook, and I didn't cook a thing, but I thought the party ended up pretty cute and very doable! I bought the pirate themed decorations from...

Gift Suggestion Guides Super List


While working as a pediatric occupational therapist, I would always get the same question around this time of year: "What should I get my kid for Christmas?" The parents wanted suggestions for fun toys that would help their child make progress toward their goals. There are so many toys out...

Gift Suggestions for the Sensory Avoiding Child


While working as a pediatric occupational therapist, I would always get the same question around this time of year: "What should I get my kid for Christmas?" The parents wanted suggestions for fun toys that would help their child make progress toward their goals. There are so many toys out...

Gift Suggestions for the Child with Low Vision


While working as a pediatric occupational therapist, I would always get the same question around this time of year: "What should I get my kid for Christmas?" The parents wanted suggestions for fun toys that would help their child make progress toward their goals. There are so many toys out...

Gift Suggestions for Fine Motor Improvement


While working as a pediatric occupational therapist, I would always get the same question around this time of year: "What should I get my kid for Christmas?" The parents wanted suggestions for fun toys that would help their child make progress toward their goals. There are so many toys out...
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