ToddlerToddler.com is a place where moms, dads, grandparents, sitters, nannies, teachers, and daycare owners can find fun activities, crafts, and games to do with little ones.

As my son was growing up, I wanted to do fun things with him while we were at home. I wanted to interact with him in a way that inspired him to learn but also provided entertainment for me too. (I knew that if I didn’t find them interesting, my son wouldn’t either.)

I’ve always enjoyed doing crafts, painting, drawing, and creating things, so I decided to start documenting some of the ideas I had come up with to do with my son at home and share them with others online. It seemed that there were others out there who were  also running out of ideas to do with little ones and wanted to find something different and fun to do.

Even though my son is growing up, we still do many crafts and with neighbor tots and relatives. I hope you enjoy some of the activities and they inspire you to giggle lots, and have as much fun as possible while you experience life with your little ones.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you come back again.




  1. Julie Buckley says:

    I thought I had seen a gift idea on your FB page, but now I can’t find it….a pillow for a baby gift with baby stats. Can you refer me to the right place? Thanks, Julie

  2. Jennifer says:

    Hi Julie, Hmmm. I’m not sure it was on my site. I don’t think I have a craft for making a pillow with baby stats? But I did try to find something for you on Pinterest..maybe one of these is what you were looking for? http://pinterest.com/search/?q=baby+pillow+

  3. Thank you Jennifer for creating such an awesome website…..It is a great help.At times I really run out of ideas but now I know where to check in.

  4. You have a wonderful resource here!

  5. A Christian girl, attending her Youth Group, the kids at school started passing around a website address. The woman who owned the place never mentioned anything about a sprinkler system.

  6. About the reviewer: Mum of 2 girls tdleodr (2 yrs) and baby (4 months)Short Title: Not an essential, but good to have aroundReview:The Scoot’n’Pull is a great idea, if you can get your child to understand why they’re being kept on what is essentially a lead. Luckily my tdleodr is fairly reasonable and understood that it was for her own safety.It’s great, especially to pull your child along by when they get tired, but if they’re too tired to even be pulled along you can use the strap to sling the scooter over your shoulder which is a brilliant idea, so you don’t have to push an unruly scooter on the trip home. AtGD Star Ratingloading…

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