Homemade Cars For A Homemade Drive-in

Box Cars For A Drive In Movie Right In Your Living Room Here at TreeSwingStore.com we love to spend time with our kids and show them that you don’t have to spend money to have a great time.  Family time is important to us and we want to pass this on to our children.  For this reason we love to …

Toilet Paper For More Than Just You Know What!

With the cold dreary winter lingering on and bringing even colder days in the next couple of weeks I find it harder and harder to keep my kids happy.  All they want to do is fight and argue it seems.  That’s why I hope you find this entry timely.  It might just buy you a couple days of sanity. If …

Can you get your kids to clean?

Teaching Your Children To Have Fun While Cleaning, Yes This Is Possible! Here at TreeSwingStore.com we love to spend time with our kids and constantly teach them new things.  Maybe they are things that we did as a child or it’s something new that we just learned ourselves.  No matter the reason there is always a season that gives you …

New Year, New Opportunity

New Year, New Opportunity At TreeSwingStore.com beyond building great wood tree swings for kids and adults we spend a lot of time thinking about things that can help kids have a healthier, more active life while at the same time teaching them useful skills.  As you have seen with our recent blog posts we have been talking a lot about …

Fun In=Door Fort for Kids

Godzilla Crashes Kid’s Fort!

Godzilla Crashes Kids Fort! I’m in my 30’s but I still enjoy building a fort inside my house with my kids.  It’s a great thing for them to do and lets them know dad is ok with a mess, sometimes.  When it’s cold outside and I can’t talk them into playing on one of those nice wooden tree swings I …

Santa Claus or American Hero?

Here’s something fun to do with your kids this Holiday season.  Go out for a walk and enjoy all the Christmas lights and decorations that kind people have put up at their own time and expense just to make others happy. I remember when I was a little boy and my parents would bundle me up with my big sister …