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Four Road Trip Hacks For Parents – Guest Post

A road trip is one of the best ways to travel when you have kids. They’re already used to riding in the car, so the method of traveling isn’t out of the ordinary for them. It also gives everyone the opportunity to sight-see along the way and provides the option of taking a look around towns you wouldn’t typically stop in otherwise.

However, before you set out on a road trip, you’ll need to be prepared to ensure your travels go smoothly. When you have younger kids, it’s especially important to have the car well-stocked with supplies for the trip, as well as toys to keep your children entertained. If you aren’t sure of the best way to begin prepping, the following road trip hacks can help! Continue reading

Things To Do In Denver With Your Kids

Star Kids Products is proudly a Denver, Colorado company! We live here, we work here, we play here – and that means we do a lot of fun stuff here with our kids!

With summer quickly approaching, the time to start planning activities is now!

Denver has a plethora of amazing family-friendly activities, and these are some of our favorites. Continue reading

Three Family Friendly Ways To Spend Spring Break

Spring Break is fast approaching, and with it beautiful weather and fun opportunities to bond with your family!

We have some great ideas for fun, family friendly ways to spend your Spring Break, from treasure hunting to full-on vacationing! Continue reading

Unexpected Ways To Use Your Snack & Play Travel Tray

You bought your kid a Snack & Play Travel Tray and they love using it in the car, train, and plane.

But did you know there are so many more ways to use your tray?

We’ve found and been told of lots of fun and interesting ways to use the Snack & Play Travel Tray (and 2.0) and we’re excited to share our top five favorite uses with you! Continue reading

A Letter To My Younger Self

There are times, especially in my parenting life, that I look back at my Younger Self and think, “Girl. You could use some advice.”

There are so many things Younger Self thought were going to happen as a mom. So many expectations. So many plans.

Older me looks at those and laughs…and pees a little because pregnancy.

I sat down today and decided to write Younger Self a letter, in hopes that perhaps someone else’s Older Self would thank me for it some day.

Not that any Younger Selves will actually listen, because they know it allamiright?! Continue reading