Ant-Man Coloring Pages and Activities

Ant-Man coloring pages

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is available to buy or stream pretty much anywhere nowadays. It’s a fun, colorful, action-packed film and now thanks to the fine folks at Marvel, you can keep the fun going right at home by downloading these Ant-Man coloring pages and activity sheets for free. I love sharing all sorts of printables and free activity pages here on Mommy’s Busy, Go Ask Daddy. But these are easily my favorite to date. …

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Protect Your Child from Bullying with Online School

bullies at school

The following is a sponsored guest post As parents, we strive to protect our children from the dangers of the world. However, many children experience threats in their classrooms and school hallways–spaces where they are supposed to feel safe and at ease. There are various things parents can do to help prevent teasing, tormenting, gossiping, or worse from peers. However, after reaching out to teachers and administrators, parents often feel as though they have exhausted …

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Countdown the New Year with Netflix

Netflix #StreamTeam

Life is funny. When our kids were younger, they’d beg and plead to stay up until midnight on New Year’s Eve. We’d put them to bed early and then enjoy the ball drop on our own. These days? Yeah, I’m lucky if I’m not passed out on the couch by 10:30 on a regular weeknight. I honestly have no idea when Ryan (he’s 12 now) heads off to bed. I don’t even know which side …

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My Boys Dressed Up as a Pair of Franks for Halloween

Halloween Costumes

Happy Halloween! I can’t believe another candy-filled day of Halloween has come and gone already. I tell ya, October has been a crazy whirlwind this year. While I donned my familiar red, white and blue business attire for the occasion, both Jason and Ryan chose some interesting options for their Halloween costumes. Ryan chose to be one of my favorite food groups: a hot dog! And Jason went the superhero (or in this case, the …

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Pumpkin Carving With Your Family Takes Guts

pumpkin carving

It takes a lot of guts to do what I did today with my family. Yep, it was pumpkin carving time and the boys couldn’t have been more grossed out if we tried! I have really fond memories of carving pumpkins as a kid. We didn’t have any fancy shmancy tools back then either. It was just mom with one big honking serrated knife and a simple pencil to sketch out the face. Though I …

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