School has been back in session for a few months and our life with three kids is as busy as ever. Somehow the kids still have tons of energy after school, so we spend at much time as possible outside every night and all weekend.
Mederma for Kids Scar Cream
After a busy summer outside, Mederma for Kids has my back for the cuts and scrapes that turned into scars. Their kid-friendly (ages 2+) formula helps reduce the appearance of scars by aiding in collagen production, locking in moisture, and renewing cells. For best results, start using Mederma as soon as the wound has closed and continue to use daily. Scars are noticeably improved within 4 weeks, with optimum improvement in 8 weeks. Do not apply to broken skin.
MyWish4u Lunch Notes from me
Once Blaire learned to read, I started leaving her occasional notes in her lunchbox. Now, in second grade, she has a planner she writes in each day at school – so sometimes I’ll mix it up and leave her notes in there. These notes by MyWish4U (available at Target!) are so much more fun and exciting than my standard “I heart you” and “Have a good day!” messages. Her favorites are the “Cool Facts & Jokes” and she loves reading them to her friends at lunch. For only $4.99 you get 101 notes.
STEM Like a Girl Book
While the younger kids have nap time on the weekend, Blaire stays busy with crafts and activities. The experiments in this Stem Like a Girl book have been so much fun for us to do together. It’s made specifically for girls ages 12 to inspire them to get into science activities. From extracting strawberry DNA to creating homemade bath bombs, there are so many fun things to do.