Messy play is just what it sounds like: letting kids dive into something messy and play away. Messy play lets kids be creative, explore with their senses, and experiment.
Messy play can sound intimidating if you aren't a fan of messes or haven't done it before. It took me a while to get comfortable with the idea but now that I am, I embrace it and encourage it. Today, I'm sharing a few tips for managing messy play, embracing the mess, and cleaning up.
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We just got back from a wonderful trip to California! We attended a family wedding and spent a lot of quality time with my husband's family. I'll be sharing more about our trip but first I want to share a little bit about how we did on the flights to and from CA.
This is part 2 of my babywearing series. Check out part 1 with resources to get started babywearing.
We spent a magical week at Disney World when the babies were 6 months old. We traveled with my parents, aunt, and brother, so we had a lot of helping hands throughout the trip! Here are a few of the tips and tricks we learned on our Disney vacation that might help you if you're traveling with twins or young babies!
We just got back from the twins' first visit to Disney World! This was our second trip as a family of four. Back when the babies were 3 months old, we went to Hilton Head, SC. Overall, the babies have been amazing little travelers but we have learned a few things about flying with infant twins over the course of 4 flights. Are we experts? Definitely not, but hopefully the things we've learned can help you out if you have a trip coming up!