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box of stars! stab a box with scissors to make holes, poke christmas lights through, and plug in. super fun play spot!

i thought of it second.: 3 toddler activities.

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~ Ballon ninjas! Gotta do this with my boys!!

Ballon ninjas... - The Meta Picture

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Did you know...If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will right back and send an autographed picture. This is the address.

Glue up holes in bath toys so water can't get in there and mold - duh, why didn't I think of that?!

This is so stunning and easy to make using a hula hoop for the frame and rope lighting to create a "halo effect"

3 twin sheets & hula-hoop & rope - great backyard or camping play area. - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

When he grows out of playing with cars. Pick his favs, and store in his room as decoration.

Use a hoola hoop and some plastic table cloths, fabric, or paper to make a special area

Save your crib mattress to create a reading nook - gotta remember to do this.

make a #batmobile from a thrift store kids car- only 40 minutes of active time to be the coolest mom on the block at sweetcsdesigns.com! #batman #kids #cricut

Must make: tablecloth playhouse or fort. Store in a drawer when you're not using it. I think that's pretty cool!

Sweet... Early Graduation Gift For Baby ~ Do it at the end of each school year starting with kindergarten.

Swim in OODLES of noodles with a Pool Noodle Bath Pit! Simple & frugal fun that lends itself to tons of learning activities. Build, sort, stack, order, graph, pattern, PLAY!

someday i'll be the cool mom who shows her kids how to make one of these. :) Under the table hammock

Backyard chalkboard--less mess and the rain washes it away--such a good idea! use birch plywood. First we painted the front and back with primer to seal it, and then we just painted the front with a quart of chalkboard paint. He attached it to the fence with galvanized wood screws. So far so good, it's been 9 months and it looks brand new.

Put their first pair of shoes in a shadowbox and hang in their room. Use velcro on the backs to make them easy to take off if needed. Note to self: Shadowboxes can be found at Michaels.

Baby laundry bath! This is one of the best ideas I've ever seen. The baby has something to lean up against, the toys can't get away and it could save countless children from drowning because they have something, besides the slick tub walls, to pull themselves up on in case the fall under the water. Put a towel in the bottom to sit on for anti-skid.