5 Steps to Plan a Valentine’s Day Party for Kids

plan a kids' valentine's day partyValentine’s Day is a fun and simple holiday where we celebrate affection and love. As we get older, Valentine’s Day carries more romantic meaning, but for kids it’s just an excuse to have fun.

Throwing a party to celebrate Valentine’s Day is a favorite of some parents because it’s especially affordable. The food and decorations are inexpensive and it doesn’t require the exchanging of potentially expensive gifts. All you need is a bit of chocolate and a willingness to host a roomful of kids for a few hours.

Here are five easy steps to plan a Valentine’s Day party.

1. Send invitations.

Depending on the age of your child and number of people who you can afford to host, first you’ll have to make a guest list. If you child is school aged it might be easiest to just invite the whole class so no one is left behind. Pick a date that offers plenty of notice and location (likely your house) that’s not difficult to get to.

Make or buy cute Valentine’s Day invitations with hearts and Cupids. If you’re inviting a small number of people, making personalized invitations can be fun. You can make anything out of construction paper and paste.

2. Create a menu.

Choose the food you’ll serve. Don’t forget your guests are mostly children so you’ll want to stay away from spicy dishes or complicated favors they may not have been exposed to yet. Find out if any of your guests are vegetarians or have allergies beforehand so you can plan accordingly.

Don’t forget the chocolates and candy! It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without lots of sugary treats and a colorful cake – of course all in moderation!

3. Plan Valentine’s Day games.

A good kids’ party needs some structure, otherwise you’ll have a madhouse of running and yelling kids. Before your party, plan some Valentine’s Day games and gather anything you need to run them.

You could use the Valentine’s conversation hearts (small heart candies with saying and phrases) to see who could make the longest sentence.  “Spot the Heart” is a fun scavenger hunt-like game where you hide heart stickers throughout the house and compete to find the most. Or, create anonymous love letters from popular storybook characters and have them guess who they’re from.

4. Decorate the room.

Pick up or make decorations that follow the traditional Valentine’s Day theme. Include lots of red, pink, and white. Colored streamers are an affordable and effective way to decorate for any occasion and they’re easy to dispose afterwards. Any local party store or department store will stock Valentine’s Day decorations around the holiday.

5. Send them home with gifts.

Everyone loves a goodie bag! It’s easy to create gift bags for kids’ parties because they’re easily pleased. A handful of candy, a big lollipop, stickers, colorful pencils, and maybe a small plastic toy will go over well. Throw it all inside a small red gift bag and you’ve given them something to take home to remember the party. As always, be sure about any allergies before you dole out food.

organic baby toddler clothingWritten by Holly MacLean from Wee Urban

As a new mom, Holly was driven to start Wee Urban™ to offer the modern family a unique and fresh collection of eco-friendly baby gear and accessories that goes beyond the conventional and explores the exceptional! Tired of traditional pinks and blues and cute motifs, we offer sophisticated designs, “conscious” organic alternatives, practical functionality and superior quality. Using our custom certified organic cotton blends, low-impact dyes, and other trendsetting fabrics, we hope to inspire families to be make better choices and of course- do it all in urban style!

Beyond our organic cotton and azo-free dyes, Wee Urban uses 100% post-consumer packaging and tags for our Wee Dreams™ Sleep Bags. Our distinctive screen-printing is done with 100% eco-inks and are all phthalate free.

We also recycle our remnants and donate as much as possible to local elementary schools to help with arts and crafts programs.

For more information, visit wwww.weeurban.com

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The Power of Positive Parenting

positive parentingFew parents understand how ineffective harsh discipline can be. True, it’s important to set limits, stick to them, and even punish, but encouragement of good behavior is far more effective. Positive parenting is a parenting style that involves raising a child without being forceful or unnecessarily harsh. It means using positive reinforcement to correct behavior rather than cruel discipline.

By interacting positively with your children, you can foster stronger, more robust relationships with them. As they grow, a strong relationship with their parents will make discipline easier as time goes on. They won’t fear you; they’ll trust you. When they’re older, discipline and punishments won’t be necessary. You’ll be able to talk to your child and help them understand why a behavior was inappropriate.

Positive parenting is NOT about letting your child live without limits. Obviously you have to set boundaries so they can live safely and grow up to be productive, happy people. Positive parenting is about how you respond when they cross the line, and how you proactively combat poor behavior even when they’re behaving properly.

Children raised in positive parenting environments tend to fit more easily into most social situations. They’re more confident and capable of receiving better results than they would of had they been raised under an authoritarian parenting style. Further, they’re likely to naturally pass on a positive parenting style to their children, creating a cycle.

You can practice the positive parenting model using these four tips:

1. “Catch” good behavior.

When your child does something especially good, make sure to call them out on it. We’re quick to admonish the bad behavior, but we forget that our children need reassurance when they’re doing something good, too. If you praise them for acting properly, they’ll seek that praise more often because they know it’s available.

2. Be consistent.

A key point in positive parenting is to be absolutely clear with what you expect. Tell your child outright what is considered acceptable or good behavior. Don’t leave them guessing. Remember they don’t have as fine a grasp of how to behave properly like you do, so they can’t be expected to get it right the first time. Be consistent with your requirements and respond every time.

3. Build a relationship.

If you don’t have a deep relationship with your kids, you’ll never be able to adjust their behavior, no matter how much praise you heap on their accomplishments. It’s essential that you become a person in your child’s life who they look up to. If you’re constantly aloof, don’t visit, or don’t offer any loving guidance, your opinion won’t matter to them.

4. Understand their feelings.

It’s important to get a handle on your child’s feelings. Come up with ways to get your children to express themselves to you. Don’t assume why they’re upset. Even little ones can surprise you with how eloquently they feel. If you admonish them for behaving poorly and they’re upset because you were harsh with them (instead of upset over their behavior) then you’ll have a clue that your negative discipline isn’t working. Remember: Children will grow up to treat themselves as you have treated them.

baby swaddleGuest blog by Karen Barski, BSN, RN, Mother of five, Certified Infant Care Specialist & Instructor, & Inventor of the  Woombie Baby Swaddle

Karen has been an RN for 18 years, and has worked in many different nursing roles. As a Certified Infant Care Specialist, Karen counsels thousands of families yearly on a multitude of issues relating to pregnancy and infancy. Also, as a mother of five, she has invaluable experience and tips to share.

Since 2007, Karen’s company, KB Designs, has invented a line of signature baby swaddle products that have helped parents easily transition their new babies from womb to home. There are multiple designs and sizes so that babies can enjoy the comfort and security of the Woombie up until the time they begin to roll.

Each product has been created and designed by Karen because of a need she identified in her life with her five children. With convenience, safety, and fashion in mind, KB Designs has helped over a half million babies and counting!

For more information, visit www.woombie.com.

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5 Activities for Family Resolutions

family new years resolution At the start of every year, many people make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or be healthier, and many people lose all their motivation after a few weeks. But resolutions are easier to keep when you’re working together as a family. This way, you’re accountable to each other as group and you work to avoid disappointing each other. Use this year as an opportunity to drop some pounds, get fit, and have fun as a family by using one (or all!) of these family activities.

1. Martial Arts

The martial arts provide significant benefits to adults and kids. You don’t have to compete in violent, match-style competitions to be successful. In fact, most martial artists don’t. Not only will you get a great workout, but you’ll learn a lot about patience, self-control, and discipline. Martial arts studies often offer classes for both adults and kids so you can all practice together.

2. Biking

You probably already have a set of bikes for your family. Locate some nearby trails and go for a ride. Not only is biking a fun and great way to get in shape, but it’s cheap. After the cost of the bikes, it doesn’t cost a penny to ride around. Take leisurely rides around your neighborhood on the pavement, or really feel the burn in the woods.

Helpful tip: Review bike safety laws, wear proper protective gear, and be ready for an emergency when you’re biking away from home.

3. TV Fitness

Even when you’re lounging around watching television, you can include some activity. Play little games were you try to fit in 20 sit-ups during the commercial break, or do a push up every time a character does something silly. Play a game called “Coach” where you take turns ordering each other to do exercises. But don’t approach it like a chore. If you’re interested, your kids will be too.

Helpful tip: “Follow the Leader” can easily be made into a workout if you’re clever.

4. Laser Tag

Laser tag is a fun game you can find in arcades, roller-skating rinks, or family fun centers. The game is simple; you vest or belt and carry a laser gun (which is just a dolled-up laser pointer). Shoot your opponents in an indoor arena to score points or remove them from the game. There’s no projectiles flying around; it’s all electronic. Once you get moving, you’ll get lost in the game and forget you’re there for a workout!

5. Ice Skating

Most people haven’t been ice skating because they fear they can’t do it. Believe it or not, ice skating is much easier than it looks and you’ll pick it up quickly. You don’t have to perform complicated tricks to have fun; even skating in circles can be fun. Find a local rink or use a nearby pond (just be absolutely sure the ice is thick enough to support you all).

eco-friendly green laundry detergentGuest blog by Kim Webb, CEO and Founder of Rockin’ Green Soap

Finally it’s cool to be GREEN! Rockin’ Green is made for families that care about taking care of themselves and the Earth. As a mom Kim was fed up with the empty promises of “green” cleaning products that were not delivering what they promised… So she invented Rockin’ Green! We can all do our part for the environment while doing something good for ourselves. All of our organic cleaning products are biodegradable, and gluten and vegan friendly. They don’t contain phosphates, SLS, Parabens, or optical brighteners. All of our packaging is made from recycled materials.

Visit www.rockingreensoap.com for more information.

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5 Easy & Simple Ways to Give Back to the Community

give back to communityIt’s essential that we all give back to our community, even if it’s just a small, simple way. It doesn’t take much to positively impact each other’s lives. Even if you don’t have much money, you can always improve the lives of the people around you by donating your time or your skills. It’s always possible to make a difference.

I strongly believe that it’s important to give back to your community on a personal and professional level. That’s why here at Wee Urban, we happily contribute to numerous charities including: Sick Kids Hospital, Lukemia Society of Canada, Meagans Walk, Oxfam, World Widelife Fund.  We also recycle our remnants and donate as much as possible to local elementary schools to help with arts and crafts programs.

Giving back does not always mean you need to give a monetary donation. There are many ways to give back by simply donating your time. Here are five simple ways families can give back to their communities.

1. Visit a nursing home

Many elderly people don’t have any family or friends to visit them at the nursing home, and they feel very lonely when they have no one to visit with. Stop by your local nursing home and spend some time with the residents. Talk to them, listen to their stories or even bring a game to play or movie to watch. Take it a step further a coordinate a play or musical performance; the elderly love this type of entertainment. Elderly people love spending time with children who have a positive and radiant energy they bring with them. Another nice idea is to have your kids make cards for the elderly or draw pictures to give as gifts on your visit.

2. Turn your unwanted goods into donations

Go through your house and gather up items like clothes, toys, books, and other household items that you no longer use or want and start your own garage sale. You can even share your idea with other neighbors and ask them to donate any unwanted items to your garage sale. All of the proceeds from your sale can be donated to a local charity or shelter in your neighborhood that could use the help. Any items that are left unsold can also be donated to a charity or shelter to help those in need.

3. Volunteer with after school programs

There are plenty of after school programs and YMCA groups that could use extra help with the kids. These programs often need more volunteers to help with activities and chaperones for trips. You can help kids learn a skill like playing a sport, riding a bike, arts and crafts, growing a plant and more. Kids look up to the different people in their lives and appreciate those who help them, teach them, and spend time with them. It’s good to know that you are the positive influence in the lives of young children who will one day grow up to become successful and smart. Best of all, they may also want to give back to their community.

 4. Tidy up your neighborhood

Volunteer to help clean up your neighborhood and pick trash off the street and sidewalks. Encourage others to do the same and put up “no littering” signs around town. Also visit your local park and offer to clean up trash. When others see you doing your part to keep it clean, they will likely be more mindful of where they leave their trash and some might be inspired to follow your lead and volunteer to clean up as well.

5. Give out care packages to the needy

Care packages for the homeless and those in need are simple to make and you don’t need to spend too much money to make them. You can visit a dollar store and pick up some essential items like soap, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, socks, underwear, and canned food to put in a box and deliver to a homeless shelter, church, or local chairty. They will distribute them out as needed During the cold winter months you can collect gloves, hats, scarves, and jackets to donate so people can keep warm.

organic baby toddler clothingWritten by Holly MacLean from Wee Urban

As a new mom, Holly was driven to start Wee Urban™ to offer the modern family a unique and fresh collection of eco-friendly baby gear and accessories that goes beyond the conventional and explores the exceptional! Tired of traditional pinks and blues and cute motifs, we offer sophisticated designs, “conscious” organic alternatives, practical functionality and superior quality. Using our custom certified organic cotton blends, low-impact dyes, and other trendsetting fabrics, we hope to inspire families to be make better choices and of course- do it all in urban style!

Beyond our organic cotton and azo-free dyes, Wee Urban uses 100% post-consumer packaging and tags for our Wee Dreams™ Sleep Bags. Our distinctive screen-printing is done with 100% eco-inks and are all phthalate free.

We also recycle our remnants and donate as much as possible to local elementary schools to help with arts and crafts programs.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Wee Urban? Send your topic idea to pr@weeurban.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Wee Urban makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information, or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

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5 Arts and Crafts for Kids Made with Recycled Materials

Kids and parents love arts & crafts. They’re fun, creative, and they work in any type of weather. You don’t need to buy expensive kits at the craft store to have some fun. You can use materials found all over your house – things you would ordinarily throw away! Crafts are the perfect way to use up all those extra bottles and jugs, toilet paper rolls, egg cartons, and mason jars.

At Wee Urban, we like to encourage the use of remnants and excess materials for crafting by donating them to local elementary schools for their programs. Here are 5 arts and crafts projects that use recycled materials.

All photos courtesy of Family Fun Magazine.

1. Can-Do Robots

arts and crafts with recycled materials

These friendly robots are more than just good-looking; magnets hold their features in place, making the ‘bots the metallic equivalent of a Mr. Potato Head.

Ingredients

  • Tin can
  • Electrical tape (optional)
  • Hardware and various recyclables such as bottle caps, keys, etc.
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Strong disk magnets

Instructions

  • Open a tin can with a safety can opener so there are no sharp edges.
  • Empty, wash, and dry the can.
  • For facial features, arms, propulsion devices, and communication arrays, look for items around the house and at the hardware store. We used bolts, brackets, hinges, keys, wing nuts, switches, bottle caps, washers, knobs, and more.
  • Hot-glue the items to disk magnets and position on the can accordingly.

2. Cool Creatures

arts and crafts with recycled materials

Don’t just throw away those take-out tubs from the deli or supermarket. Instead, let your kids use them as canvases for reverse painting, a style that calls for painting in layers – from the details out – on the inside of a clear container.

Ingredients

  • Clean, see-through plastic container
  • Acrylic paint and brush
  • Craft foam
  • Scissors
  • Tacky glue
  • Markers
  • Googly eyes

Instructions

  • On the inside of the container, paint the first layer of detail, such as the black spots on the ladybug, the teardrops on the turtle shell, or the swirls on the butterfly wings (we trimmed our butterfly container first to resemble wings). Let it dry for 10 to 15 minutes or until the paint no longer smudges.
  • Add as many more layers as you wish — each in a different color — by painting right over the original design. Just be sure to leave some plastic exposed if you plan to apply another coat and allow each layer to dry before moving on to the next.
  • Use the container as a guide to cut a body from craft foam. Glue on or draw details such as eyes and antennae, then glue the craft foam to the painted shell.

3. Magazine Bead Bracelet

arts and crafts with recycled materials

Recycle old catalogs and magazines into stretchy, swanky bracelets that cost next to nothing to make.

Ingredients

  • Cardboard
  • Ruler
  • Old catalogs and magazines
  • Wooden skewers
  • Glue stick
  • Mod Podge Sparkle
  • Paintbrush
  • 6 feet of clear elastic cord

Instructions

  • Cut out a cardboard triangle with a 1-inch base that is 6 inches high. Use it as a template to cut 30 to 35 triangles from colorful magazine and catalog pages.
  • To make a bead, tightly roll one triangle (base to point) around a skewer, then glue down its tip. Leave the bead on the skewer and roll the next one beside it. When the skewer is full and the beads are dry, slide them off of the stick. Brush on a thin layer of Mod Podge Sparkle and let the beads dry.
  • To assemble the bracelet, thread one bead onto the center of the cord. Add the next bead, as shown, threading one end of the elastic through each end of the bead. Pull the elastic tight.
  • Continue adding beads in this way, tightening and straightening them as you go, until the bracelet is long enough to stretch around your child’s wrist. Feed the remaining lengths of elastic back through the first bead, then knot them multiple times and trim.

4. Glossy Paper Flowers

arts and crafts with recycled materials

Far from the garden variety, these blossoms stem from magazine pages. They’re easy to make and leave lots of room for inspired creativity.

Ingredients

  • Scissors
  • Old magazines
  • Glue stick
  • Paper fastener

Instructions

  • To make a bloom, cut two to four flower shapes in various sizes and patterns, as shown. Ours measure 1 1/4 to 5 1/2 inches. Tip: For a symmetrical flower like the ones pictured, trace a circle onto a magazine page and cut it out (we used an old CD as a template). Fold the circle in half several times, as you would a paper snowflake, then cut the folded paper into the desired petal shape, making sure you don’t cut through the pointed tip.
  • Roll a single magazine page into a slim tube for a stem and secure it using a glue stick.
  • Stack the floral shapes and secure them to the top of the stem with a paper fastener. Pinch or fold the edges of the petals to add dimension.

5. A Flock of Baby Socks

arts and crafts with recycled materials

The only things sweeter than itty-bitty baby feet may be those itty-bitty baby socks — always outgrown or missing their match long before they’re worn out. Give them new life as an easy-to-make mobile that you can hang over a crib, a changing table, or even a new big-kid bed.

Ingredients

  • 5 baby socks
  • Fiberfill stuffing
  • Thread
  • Small beads and a needle
  • Tacky glue
  • 5 small felt triangles
  • Scissors
  • 3 yards of narrow ribbon
  • Embroidery needle
  • 6-inch embroidery hoop

Instructions

  • To make each bird, stuff a sock just up to the ankle with fiberfill.
  • Tie a piece of thread securely around the toe, about an inch or so from the end, to make the head. Use another piece of thread to tie off the tail as shown.
  • Sew on the bead eyes (or draw them on with a permanent marker). Then sew or glue on a felt triangle beak.
  • To hang the flock, cut the ribbon at varying lengths (we used 8, 10, and 16 inches).
  • With the embroidery needle, thread a section of ribbon through the back of each bird. Knot together the loose ends and trim them. Then loop the ribbons around the hoop so the birds hang down. To keep the ribbons from sliding, you can attach them to the hoop with a dab of tacky glue.
  • Hang the mobile with three additional loops of ribbon (be sure it hangs out of your baby’s reach).

organic baby toddler clothingWritten by Holly MacLean from Wee Urban

As a new mom, Holly was driven to start Wee Urban™ to offer the modern family a unique and fresh collection of eco-friendly baby gear and accessories that goes beyond the conventional and explores the exceptional! Tired of traditional pinks and blues and cute motifs, we offer sophisticated designs, “conscious” organic alternatives, practical functionality and superior quality. Using our custom certified organic cotton blends, low-impact dyes, and other trendsetting fabrics, we hope to inspire families to be make better choices and of course- do it all in urban style!

Beyond our organic cotton and azo-free dyes, Wee Urban uses 100% post-consumer packaging and tags for our Wee Dreams™ Sleep Bags. Our distinctive screen-printing is done with 100% eco-inks and are all phthalate free.

We also recycle our remnants and donate as much as possible to local elementary schools to help with arts and crafts programs.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Wee Urban? Send your topic idea to pr@weeurban.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Wee Urban makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information, or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

5 Reasons to “Go Green” and 3 Ways How

eco friendly laundry detergentEveryone wants to go green these days. We hear and read a lot about switching to organic products, wearing organic clothes, recycling, and our impact on the environment. But some people don’t understand why it’s important that we lessen our impact on our one and only Earth. Here are 5 reasons why you should “go green” and 3 simple ways how.

Five Reasons to Go Green

1. Eating organic and local food will improve your overall health. Not only do organic foods taste better, but they’re better for our health. They contain more nutrients than non-organic food and don’t contain pesticides or harmful chemicals that large, factory-farms use to preserve food. By buying local, you’re supporting a farmer who didn’t pollute as much as the farming conglomerate, which means better air quality for us all.

2. You are keeping the Earth clean and helping the environment. Organic materials can either be re-purposed for something else, or recycled and turned into new materials again. Reducing waste is the most important part of reducing strain on the environment. Your choices also help keep water clean and protects forests and other natural habitats.

3. You can slow down global warming. Global warming is partially caused by greenhouse emissions, which comes from all the cars we have on the road these days. By sharing a car or using public transportation, you’re reducing your carbon footprint, and slowing global warming.

4. You are supporting humane practices. Lots of eco-friendly products come from communities that practice fair labor practices, so you know they weren’t made in a sweatshop. Often they’re made right in our own country. Further, organic farmers have standards of treating their animals so you know the animal you’re consuming was treated with dignity.

5. You can save money by going green. Walking or taking public transportation can significantly cut down on gas costs, buying secondhand saves money, and so does growing your own vegetable garden and making your own cleaning products.

Three Changes That Will Make a Difference

1. Buy less and buy eco-friendly. Reduce how much you consume by buying gently used products from thrift stores or consignment stores. Borrow books and DVDs from your local library rather than buy new. And purchase sturdy clothing made from organic materials using eco-friendly techniques.

2. Use natural cleaning products and laundry detergents. All-natural cleaning products don’t contain toxins or chemicals that can harm your family. They use simple cleaning agents that are safe for your body, but still get the job done. Many of these cleaning products can be made right at home.

3. Replace your regular light bulbs. Newer, energy efficient light bulbs use less energy and last much longer. Some can save up to $92 over the course of the bulb’s lifetime! Also, remind your family to turn off lights each time they leave a room, and unplug your electronic devices if you’ll be away for a while.

organic baby toddler clothingWritten by Holly MacLean from Wee Urban

As a new mom, Holly was driven to start Wee Urban™ to offer the modern family a unique and fresh collection of eco-friendly baby gear and accessories that goes beyond the conventional and explores the exceptional! Tired of traditional pinks and blues and cute motifs, we offer sophisticated designs, “conscious” organic alternatives, practical functionality and superior quality. Using our custom certified organic cotton blends, low-impact dyes, and other trendsetting fabrics, we hope to inspire families to be make better choices and of course- do it all in urban style!

Beyond our organic cotton and azo-free dyes, Wee Urban uses 100% post-consumer packaging and tags for our Wee Dreams™ Sleep Bags. Our distinctive screen-printing is done with 100% eco-inks and are all phthalate free.

We also recycle our remnants and donate as much as possible to local elementary schools to help with arts and crafts programs.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Wee Urban? Send your topic idea to pr@weeurban.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Wee Urban makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information, or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.