Thank you to Amazon Studios and Niko and the Sword of Light for inspiring this sponsored postÂ about making a princess hat headband with your child.ÂI’ve talked about my daughter’s love of dress-up clothes before. There is no shortage in my house. In fact, she’s in two plays this week at theatre camp and we had to make one of the costumes. So, that’s another item to add to our dress-up box! Another crown has joined the mix, too. Actually, it’s more like a hat. But, it serves the purpose of a crown.
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My family was given two yearly subscriptions to Smartick Method to facilitate this post. I did not receive compensation and was not told what to say. Fourth of July is over and summer is in full swing. Every day my kids have spent morning till past dinner time outside with the neighborhood kids. They’re running, laughing, riding bikes and using their imagination. It’s exactly the summer I would wish for them. Even though they’re getting plenty of play time in, I want their brains to be active, too.
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