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My 3 kids have played with these toys at least once a week for the past two years. Awesome toys - that your kids will actually play with!

My Life and Kids

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Quick Toddler Lunches w/ choice-of-toppings/fillings for each: Frozen veg/pasta/meat, tortilla rollup, pizza, quesadilla, Salad Bar

Quick Toddler Lunches: 5 Easy Solutions - Simmworks Family Blog

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These are so easy to do with pillows and cases. They can fold into chairs, loungers, beds, or make a fort with two of them. Check out the pics on How to make a pillow chaise for children - Grandma's Briefs - It's not just for grandmas!

Top 5 No-Cook Baby Food Recipes - Easy, quick, and great finger foods too!

Top 5 No-Cook Baby Food Recipes | True Aim Education & Parenting

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DIY Nerf Darts...I will be glad I pinned this someday

DIY Nerf Darts | MAKE

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Parenting a Strong-Willed Child -- what our toddlers can teach us about ourselves.

Parenting a Strong-Willed Child

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Amazing quicksand play dough - it is mold-able but turns to liquid when kids hands are still. This recipe for play requires just a couple ingredients & NO COOKING!

Quicksand Play Dough Recipe ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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Another pinner said "I loved this life skills list! It gave me lots of ideas on things I want to work on with my children, in fun ways. If more people knew how to do all of these things well before adult life, it would make the adjustment a lot easier."

Ice painting is a fun way to cool off during the hot summer months, and this website even has a substitution for children under the age of two who will want to put the ice paint in their mouths: kool-aid ice!

DIY Sock Hobby Horses upcycled from orphaned socks!

Daily Mom » Tips for Transitioning Your Toddler From Crib to bed... Pin for later..

Get back to some of the oldies, but goodies, with these ideas. 40 great chapter books for boys (ages 9-12)!

Follow this helpful chart to create the most vibrant eggs in the basket.

ikea hack: Matilda’s activity tower: kids feel they can "help" with cooking