Ahhhhh, summertime – you’re my favorite!
The kids are out of school, the days are longer, and we all spend a LOT more time outside.
But, here at Involvery, we’re still plenty busy (but we’re taking time to PLAY as well).
Alrighty, let’s kick off Summer 2018 in a BIG way!
First thing – you MUST get an inflatable hammock!
These things are AWESOME!
They are the most comfy “air chairs” and so easy to take ANYWHERE.
We’ve tested quite a few of them – you can read our results here.
Now that it’s June, you know what is RIGHT around the corner, right?
Yep – Father’s Day!
We have a TON of Fathers Day Crafts for the kids here – they’re all SO cute (and would make great gifts for Dad and Grandpa too!)
Need some Father’s Day gift ideas?
Toss in an inflatable hot tub…. and well, you’ll ALL be happy!
Now, at our house, the home bar is the big project (and when I say “big”, I mean GI-HUGIC and never-ending…lol!)
So he wants any and all cool home bar accessories to dress up his ‘man cave’.
He also wants to get a HEPA air purifier – I sure hope he doesn’t plan to use that so him and his buddies can smoke cigars! Ack!
So, that’s on the shopping list =)
Know what ELSE is on the ol’ Shopping List?
Geez-Louise – seems like everyone and their sister is having a baby lately! It’s seemed like all I’ve been doing is looking at cheap baby shower gift ideas…haha!
I’ve about decided just to get the hubby to make them each a sensory board!
I also got a FRANTIC call from my neighbor’s niece the other day. Poor thing, her baby just won’t stop crying and wanted to know all the baby colic remedies that WORKED for us.
If you’re a backyard bird nut like I am, we also have this new Backyard Bird Bath Tips article that is pretty darn interesting.
Need Some Ideas for the Kids This Summer?
Here are a few summer ideas for kids you can try this year:
- Join or start a summer book club/ reading club
- Enroll your child in a summer camp
- Start a collection together- then learn more about what you’re collecting
- Visit the zoo- be sure to exlpore and talk about what you see there
- Visit museums- art museums, science museums, history museums
- Go biking- make a day of it and pack water and go together
- Go fishing
- Visit the park
- Go to the public library- they usually have summer programs going on as well
- Create a play or skit with your child and neighborhood kids
- Do community service/ volunteer
- Start or keep a summer journal together- write about all the things you do and learn
- Clean the house, garage or specific room of the house together
- Play games together
- Write letters to friends and family
Alrighty, that’s a wrap y’all!
I hope YOU have an amazing summer.
I’ll see ya in the next Involvery update.
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