Archives for the month of: October, 2015

Welcome Sephia

Meet Sepia, our newest interior designer!

We are so excited to have her as part of our family at Totally Kids.

Here are a few of her favorite things! Her favorite color is Green, even though she was named after the color sepia. Her favorite food is crab legs. She isn’t allergic to shellfish, just all other fish. Her favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. She loves cookies and cream and she is always dancing. Sepia’s favorite animal is frogs, she once owned twelve of them; all at the same time. She studied interior design at the Art Institute.

We are so lucky to have her on our team! Please stop in and welcome Sepia.

Happy World Smile Day 2015!

Friday, October 2nd will be World Smile Day so get your pearly whites ready and start practicing. Harvey Ball of Worcester, Massachusetts, who, in 1963, designed the original smiley face logo is credited with creating this special day set aside for happy smiles everywhere.

He thought that we all should devote one day each year to smiles and kind acts throughout the world, regardless of politics, geography and religion.

World Smile Day® is the first Friday in October each year, people all around the planet perform acts of kindness and help others smile.

Here is a healthy treat from family go that’s sure to put a “smile” on anyone’s face. Even the youngest kiddos can help create these; an excellent cook together.

This week’s Recipe for Fun: False Teeth aka Apple Smiles.


  • smooth peanut butter
  • 1 red apple, cored and sliced into eighths
  • squeeze of lemon juice
  • miniature marshmallows


  1. Spread peanut butter on one side of each apple slice (squeeze a little lemon juice over the apple if not serving immediately).
  2. Place four miniature marshmallows on one apple slice and then lay another apple slice, peanut butter side down, on top.

What makes you smile?


October 1st is World Vegetarian Awareness Day kicking off Vegetarian Awareness Month  promoting the benefits of a vegetarian lifestyle. There are many benefits of a vegetarian diet; from your health to your pocket book,  and for the planet by helping save the environment, to reducing worldwide famine.

Scare up some Vegetarian Halloween Food with a few of our faves from the past.

Monster Food –  Eyeball Caprese for brave of appetite.

Photo Credit: whitneymoss  for this edible Bony Maroney Skeleton. No meat on the bones here. Visually dissect the skeleton for a list of ingredients. Hint: hummus face.

Stuffed Roaches anyone?

Puking pumpkin…… What can I say?

If you’ve just gotta have your meat, disguise it in a Mummy Meatloaf and we won’t tell. Mum’s the word.

Encourage Your Non-Vegetarian Friends, Co-Workers and Family Members to Go Meat Free this October… and They Could Win Up to $1,000!