We plan on doing this for the 4th of July since the ice is barely off the Minnesota lakes for Memorial Day 2013. For those of you in warmer climates, you may be able to kick off summer fun sooner than we can.
It is so very simple, just hot glue foam letters, numbers or shapes on the bottom of flip flops. Think of the fun – leave your mark in the sand. Hint: remember that the prints will be a mirror image, so arrange the letters backward.
Last year we wowed the Memorial Day crowd – “looking like Martha” with these Red, White and Blue-berries.
Lindsey Wise featured this easy, and we think fun cook-together with the kiddos, on Baby Center. She found the flags at, wouldn’t you know, Walmart.
We wish all of friends near and far away a fun and safe Memorial Day!
This week, while meeting with kid’s stores in Volos, Greece, we learned that it is a big baby town.
Chances are good that if you are a special baby in Volos you will spend your early days in a canopied crib.
In the sea of cribs adorned with canopies, they are not just reserved for baby girls.
So sweet, white on white for the beginning life of a Greek.
Team Totally has potty talk tales that we could share, right? Notice the little pumpkin!
There were so many swings in this baby store, some of them spilled outside.
Strollers inside and more outside.
This one is for our sales manager, Annette! Of everything that I have seen so far, I wanted to pluck up these signs that were EVERYWHERE and bring some back to Totally Kids.
In most American restaurants ash trays are a thing of the past, but here in Greece, they are found on every table inside and outside. Plus…they get lots of use. As for the pitcher of water, we were stunned watching our waiter fill it.
All of our plentiful crystal clear drinking water comes down the mountain and runs continually from stone fountains like this one that filled our pitcher. Silly Americans, we thought that the ancient public stone fountains were just decorative.