Monthly Archives: November 2015


Giving Thanks: What We’re Thankful For This Holiday Season

The holidays are a time for retrospection and spending time with family. But, they’re also a time to give ¬†thanks about what we have and what we’ve accomplished over the past year. At Shrimp and Grits Kids, we think that limiting yourself to giving thanks once a year is pretty silly. So we’ve gotten our small (but growing!) staff together to tell us what they’re thankful for. You should chime in too! Tell us what you’re thankful for in the comments! Continue reading


Holiday Travel Tips: Beat Boredom With These 6 Car Games for Kids

We’ve written a lot lately about how to help your kids beat boredom during holiday travel, but the best parent is a prepared parent, so we’ve got a few more tips for keeping those little ones calm on the road – with car games for kids! These fun four games will help pass the time on long road trips to and from visiting friends and family during the holiday season. Continue reading


3 Thanksgiving Appetizers That Your Kids Will Actually Eat

For most people, Thanksgiving is a time to spend with family and friends, catching up over a delicious meal and splurging a little on desserts. For some people, though, it’s just another day to slave over a hot stove in the kitchen, whipping up all kinds of culinary delights – just to have their kids turn up their nose and refuse to eat it. Continue reading


Keep Your Kids Entertained With These 4 Fun Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids

Thanksgiving break is less than a week away, and along with travel and planning big family meals, that also means a week off from school for the kids. Do you have anything planned for the holiday break boredom? If not, we’ve got you covered with some fun Thanksgiving crafts for kids that will help keep little ones entertained (and hopefully out of trouble). Continue reading


5 Child Friendly Thanksgiving Decoration Ideas

For super cute Thanksgiving decoration ideas that you can create with your kids, look no further than these five adorable ideas. From outside decorations to Thanksgiving dinner table centerpieces, there’s plenty of DIY crafts that you and your kids can create together. Continue reading


Get into the Holiday Spirit With Our Turkey Inspired Thanksgiving Outfits

Thanksgiving is only two weeks away! So, if you’re looking to pick up a couple of adorable Thanksgiving outfits for kids, now is the time to do it! We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite Shrimp and Grits Kids Thanksgiving outfits that are perfect for all ages. Which one is your favorite? Continue reading


What to do with Kids Clothing That No Longer Fits

It’s no secret that kids grow fast. In fact, if you’ve ever tried to re-stock a growing child’s wardrobe, you’ll quickly realize that outfits purchased a few short months ago which fit perfectly are now just a hair too short and a little too tight. What’s a parent to do? Continue reading


How to Layer Clothes During Unpredictable Fall Weather

If you’ve ever experienced Fall weather in the Southern states, you know how unpredictable it can be. 75 degrees and sunny at noon can quickly turn into 50 degrees and a light freeze by sun down. It’s frustrating and is the cause of those annoying month long sniffles, but it’s also just a fact of life. That’s why we always advocate for laying clothes to get through these unpredictable Fall and Winter days and nights. Continue reading