This is an excellent idea - write a letter to your child every year on their birthday and give it to them when they go to college.
"Cute Little Surprise For Your Children"
Reuse a wipes or baby puffs container to dispense plastic bags. Great to keep in the car, garage, toss into a beach bag, etc. Love the tip for how to fold them so that the bags are interconnected and the next one is ready as you pull one out. You can embellish the container if you feel crafty. I put this pinterest find to use right away!
One color on the outside and another in the inside of a book case!
Standing Ab exercises- melt your muffin top! Do this everyday and you can tell the difference in as little as 2 weeks!
"my dance teacher used to make us do this! Exercise for the Transversus Abdominis (AKA the muscle that pulls in the ring of your waist) One area of your abs you may be neglecting is the transversus abdominus - without working it, you run the risk of developing a square torso (straight up and down) rather than an hourglass one (tapered at the waist)"
Make a cake stand stand using dollar plates and glasses
12 preplanned, prepaid date nights - one for each month. This is probably one of the most thoughtful Christmas gifts I have ever heard of.
someone said: 30-day ab challenge. I just had to repin this because I've been doing it for only 4 days now (and at only 10 reps instead of 25) and already I'm seeing definition. And I've tried pretty much every Ab workout on pintrest and haven't seen these kind of results.
This is exactly how my parents explained Santa - and it made perfect sense as a kid. There was no let down or crying, just excitement that now that I knew, I got to help participate in the magic of Christmas for my little brothers and other families! I plan on doing the exact same for my boys when they get older.
explaining santa- lessening the blow...how darling
Champagne jello shots with Pop Rocks...hello New Years Eve party! sounds like some thing i want to try!