June 29, 2015
June 13, 2015
It's warming up in most parts of the country, and a couple of summer heats waves are reportedly on the horizon!
Don't get caught unawares as the temperatures star to rise. Instead, try one of these fun DIYs with your kids this weekend to make sure you're all prepared for the warm days ahead!
May 30, 2015
Road trip season is upon us! Whether you're gathering the kids up for a four hour drive to visit the grandparents, or you've been planning an epic multi-state journey, the number one rule of road tripping with the kids is to always be prepared! From snacks, boredom killers, nap time supplies, and more, we've pulled together tips from all over the web to help you prepare for your next summer adventure!
Planning a low-key summer break this year? As much fun as it is to have the kids in a bunch of activities, or even sleep-away camp, sometimes it's nice to just take it easy for a couple of months. Staying home doesn't have to mean having a boring summer though! Check out a few quick tips we've pulled together to help you and your kids make the most of your summer break.
May 13, 2015
When we first produced Wubbzy's Pirate Treasure, we had no idea what the app landscape would come to look like in just three short years. Kids content has become increasingly popular in the app world, and parents and kids alike are more vocal about what they want out of the apps that they purchase. Although it's impossible to tell the future, it's always fun to think about what the future might hold.
April 17, 2015
April 08, 2015
Spring is finally in full swing and within the next few weeks, kids everywhere will be enjoying spring break, one of the best times of the year. Depending on what part of the country you live in, you may have been waiting for better weather and longer days for the past few months and this is the perfect time of year for a short break to refresh yourself and your families.
On Tuesday, March 24th, Cupcake Digital President Susan Miller gave a keynote speech at the annual SandBox Summit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and delivered an inspiring presentation on her career trajectory titled “Crazy Just Might Work”.