Backyard Campout Day!



I don’t know about you… but this weekend I am totally taking advantage of Michigan’s beautiful outdoors. ugg australia How befitting too, when THIS Saturday is Great American Backyard Campout Day!!!

I have so many awesome (classic) and some not so classic ideas of how to celebrate with my lil one. I do have to say though… anything outside and bonfire related; I am in! It is so important to persuade your kids to unplug and spend some time outside and moving their bodies and using their imaginations. chaussures ugg pour femme Here are a small list of things I plan on doing this weekend with my lil one and friends.

  1. Making S’Mores ~ Ok who doesn’t love the idea of devouring this classic ooey-gooey deliciousness? Cool thing is… you don’t have to have open flames to enjoy this yummy treat. nike internationalist A paper plate, 2 graham crackers, a marshmallow, a small hunk of chocolate, and a microwave are all you need. If you are a kid you may need the assistance of a grown-up because it could get too hot for little fingers. Just lay one of the graham crackers on the plate and put the chocolate and marshmallow on top of each other. asics gel nimbus Add the 2nd graham cracker: pop it in the micro for about 10-15 seconds…. air jordan future Voila! Indoor/Outdoor Camping deliciousness
  2. Playing Flash Light Tag ~ I can remember as a kid the cousins and I chasing each other around my grandmother’s back yard with flashlights. nike air max bw Especially after our crazy (but fun) family reunions. ugg australia Good Times! We didn’t call it exercise then… we were just kids playing and enjoying the summer.
  3. Having a Scavenger Hunt ~ Hide some fun objects around the backyard and have your kids help seek them out. nike cortez They can be goodies or toys to play with outside while camping. Who doesn’t like a lil competition? Whomever finds the most hidden stuff WINS!!!
  4. Rock Hunting ~ We used to skip rocks out at the lake and bring home ones that looked different, pretty or just interesting. Christian Louboutin Pas Cher Michigan is home to Petoskey stones. They are unique because they are composed of fossilized coral that lived in Michigan’s waters thousands of years ago.
  5. Going Hiking, Biking, Boating, Fishing, Walking, Swimming, or Running! Anywhere and Anytime is perfect to get out and make memories with your family and friends.

Whatever you end up doing this weekend… Do it with love and kindness.

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Summer Super Hero Party?



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Metro-Detroit Comic Con!



SuperFlyKids will have a booth at the infamous Metro-Detroit Comic Con this weekend May 15-17. ugg noir ugg bottes Ms Holly and her pals will be featuring Super Hero gear ranging from blaster cuffs, chaussure tn pour homme nike air max 90 femme 2017 capes, chaussures timberland pas cher nike air max tavas headbands, new balance homme nike air max flyknit tutus and more. adidas yeezy adidas x All items are hand made here at the Livonia SuperHero Factory!

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One of the greatest things that I have come to appreciate while working for The Super Hero Factory (and am so grateful for) is that we give so much back to our local community, to children and non-profit organizations all over the USA.

One of the many ways the company fosters this mantra, is donating a superhero cape to a child for every order on our website over $50. ugg australia discount nike air max 90 Not only does this help non-profit organizations and sick children, but it also qualifies your order for free shipping. Soldes Chaussures Adidas adidas pas cher ( :

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Exciting Times For The SuperHero Factory!





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Summer Bored-itis?



Now that summer is finally here, there is an ever-dreaded phrase that our kids will utter at least 30 times before school starts in the fall… “I’m Bored!”


Even the best of us at The Super Hero Factory have succumbed to letting our kids watch a bit too much TV, allowing hours to be spent plugging into computers, playing video games, and ignoring the world. However, there are so many opportunities to grow and enrich our lives!


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Here are a few ideas that we’ve come up with to help stave off and cure the summer time “I’m Bored-itis”

Set Fitness Goals as a Family – Who doesn’t love a little competition? How many times can you hula hoop? Can you beat me at doing the most push ups? Try to make getting outside and active fun and exciting. nike air max 90 femme Bike rides, swimming; even just an impromptu water fight in the backyard with the hose can create memories and promote physical activity.

Volunteer – Pick a charity to team up with and promote their mission. bottes ugg australia pas cher chaussures nike air max Whether it is helping to feed the homeless or picking up trash at a public park, getting involved in your community is a win-win.

Brainstorm Together – Get conversations flowing with possibilities of what your kids may want to do this summer.

Encourage Play dates – Play dates provide ways for kids to build social skills but also for you to touch base with other parents as well. You can suggest games for play dates. 2018 nike air max Such as a candy hunt, a scavenger hunt, race car races or playing Sardines (which is the reverse of Hide and Seek).

Arts & Crafts – Creating physical things with our hands make our brains burst and light up with imagination. Summers spent at my grandma’s were amazing. timberland discount We collected rocks during our walks after lunch. nike soldes running We would paint them all different colors. Some ended up looking like animals and some just a painted mess. Christian Louboutin Pas Cher However, very memorable fun!


No matter what you happen to choose for activities this summer, the objective is to put the electronics down, get conversations flowing and let imagination take over. ugg classic Keep it Fun. ugg femme france Keep it Simple.

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