Your Week at a Glance :: Week of July 15
This week we are focusing on the summertime HEAT, and boy-OH-boy! IT’S HOT! This week we’re focusing on ways to keep cool, including sleep tips, yummy foods to keep cool, and our Indoor Play Guide. But if you do have to be outside, make it fun around a campfire with these delicious s’mores recipes! Here’s your Week at a Glance!
Visiting Florida and Understanding our Weather!
The weather in Florida can be confusing. Rain every day? Seriously? Here’s a quick explanation if you are visiting Florida to understand our weather!
We recently received an email from one of our readers asking…
How To Help Your Child Sleep Well In Summer Heat
Sleep and heat do not mix! Keeping cool on summer nights can be tough when it is hot out. And oh my it is H-O-T out! I can remember being a child and struggling hard to fall asleep in the summer in my hot bedroom. It was so frustrating! With all the sleep struggles out there, this simple struggle is something I never wanted for my kids or the kids of families that I work with.
Breakfast Smoothie Popsicles
Every parent knows how creative you have to be in order to make sure your kids are eating healthy. The last few week my little girl has been addicted to popsicles. I’ve even caught her going to the freezer in the morning and try sneaking one for breakfast! I didn’t even know she could open the freezer! That’s when I decided to take routine breakfast items and make them “new” for her. Not only can these breakfast popsicles be nutritious, they’re certainly refreshing especially now that we’re in the middle of summer.
S’mores Recipes, Because The S’more the Merrier
Summer = S’MORES! This post is especially for you foodies out there. (Yes, we see your food photos…and we love them!) Why not kick up your S’more game with these sweet and savory s’mores recipes. Roasted Berry S’mores, Grilled Caramel Bacon S’Mores (#YUM), Peanut Butter S’moreos, Chocolate Chip Cookie With Nutella S’mores (for the love of all things Nutella!). Have extra hand wipes on standby. You’re welcome.