I love a good list and I especially love a top baby name list! I’ve always been a name nerd and I love watching the trends on naming babies change – or stay stable – through the years. Today the list of top baby names was released and I have some thoughts on how it should, or should not, affect your baby naming decision process.
Choosing a name for your baby may be one of the biggest decisions of your life. If you live in Nova Scotia, or are originally from here, or if Nova Scotia simply holds a special place in your heart, this list will give you some wonderful ideas for ways to show your Nova Scotia pride when naming your child.
I’m sharing our new favourite early literacy Easter egg-tivity (with supplies you likely already have, or can get at the dollar store). And, bonus, it’s not only fun, it’s also educational (sneaky learning is the best!).
Trying to teach your toddler or young preschooler how to spell their name? Yeah, that can be challenging, especially if their name has more than three or four letters *guilty as charged.* I came up with this fun egg puzzle to help my kids learn how to spell their names. All you’ll need are some plastic Easter eggs, an empty egg carton, permanent marker, scissors and tape.
Miss M started asking about nicknames and how they work. She asked if she could ask other people to call her by her nickname and I said what I’m supposed to say, that, of course, she could. But I didn’t really think she’d actually change her name…
Now that Mr M’s interests are showing themselves more I’ve been starting to transition his room from his pond themed nursery to reflect what he truly loves – cars. Well, anything that moves really, but especially things that move on wheels. He’ll be two in a couple months and has been in love with carsContinue reading “Name Wall Art with Cars”