If there was a fire in our house, I would grab our Pinhole Press albums.Kelle Hampton
Kelle Hampton ( @ETST on Instagram ) has been ordering Pinhole Press gifts since 2013. Before then, Kelle was known to make a stellar scrapbook to celebrate her memories. She fell in love with our gifts as a way to appreciate photos as more than 4×6 prints, and cut down on creation time. Hear from Kelle about how our photo gifts have become part of the Hampton family.
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With the Super Bowl approaching faster than you can say “tailgate,” it’s time to start thinking about what really matters- the food and drinks served at your Super Bowl celebration.
Whether you’re rooting for The Green Bay Packers, The Tennesee Titans, The San Francisco 49ers, or the Kansas City Chiefs, we’ve got a mixed drink recipe that will really get the crowd buzzing.
When you’re done reading, check out our personalized coasters and custom bottle labels for your beer-loving party attendees.
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There’s nothing wrong with classic, been-there-done-that halloween costumes. Kids look absolutely adorable as witches, pumpkins, and ghosts. But sometimes, you just want to go all out and do as the perfectly crafty Pinterest mom would do. Here are our favorite finds for unique, DIY kids Halloween costumes.
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Meltdowns are unpredictable. Literally any minor inconvenience can spark a stare-worthy tantrum from even the best-behaved tots. (just check out the hashtag #ReasonsMyKidIsCrying on Instagram) But how do you stop a runaway train that’s already left the station? Specifically, how does one corale a tiny maniac who is throwing themselves on the floor of the produce section? Read More “Stopping a Meltdown in Its Tracks”
Five. It’s an age where little ones aren’t quite “big kids” yet, but where the days of teetering toddler steps and binkies seem like a lightyear away. With five comes insightfulness, tears, laughter, and brutally honest sentiments. Here is the reality of spending your days with a five-year-old.
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Some baby registries seem to stretch on for as long as your most recent CVS receipt; including everything from clothing to toys to bedding. There are so many awesome products out there for babies and new mothers that it can be difficult to determine what’s truly essential. Here are the absolute must-haves for your new baby based on our honest, completely unsponsored opinions: Read More “Things You (Actually) Need for Your New Baby”
Since breastfeeding is “natural,” many new Moms assume that it’ll be a breeze. It’s recommended that babies are breastfed for six months to ensure optimal development. TBH, it’s also recommended that you eat 5 servings of vegetables a day, but sometimes, sh*t happens. Here’s what to remember if you’re unable to feed your baby breast milk:
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Maybe your tot has a small room, or maybe you’re just trying to keep your ducks in a row. Either way, organization is key when it comes to managing your torpedo of a toddler. Here are our favorite space hacks.
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Autumn is pretty much everyone’s favorite season. The pumpkin spice lattes, the piles of leaves, and the fresh-baked cookies just make you want to curl up in a blanket and never leave your couch’s comforting embrace. While pumpkin and apple picking are solid fall activities, we don’t see the harm in mixing things up. Here are some ideas for some classic fall fun.
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Kids are pure-intentioned. They see the goodness in the little things that adults take for granted, like the sound of pots and pans clanging together and the sight of a ceiling fan twirling around the room. But somewhere along the way, children learn the word “no,” and turn into adorable little monsters who will stop at nothing to get what they want, including shiny new toys in the checkout line. Read More “How to Deal When Your Child Steals Something”