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How is it possible that out of all the LITTLE BOYS in the whole world we got the best ones 13"w x14"h hand-painted wood sign
13 DIY Backyard Games...best idea EVER
Import my blog posts/pictures and turn them into a book
Indoor masking tape games; hopscotch, bulls-eye bowling, tic-tac-toe, guard the eggs, long jump, balance beam - RAINY DAY/COLD DAY fun!
"My husband starts the bedtime routine as usual, while I prepare little bags of popcorn and hot chocolate drinks and place them in the car with Christmas music playing! When the kids climb into bed, they will find the ticket hidden under their covers! The kids are then instructed to grab their slippers and head for the car. Upon entrance to The Minivan Express, we hole punch the ticket. Next, we travel around the city looking at all the beautiful lights." SO CUTE
I'm up for anything that will entertain the kids! Drop vinegar tinted with food coloring onto a pan filled with baking soda. Sheer minutes of colorful fizzy fun!
Oh there are days when I could use this! FREE printable giant shape board game with an action for each space you land on! Great for winter time if you're stuck inside all day!
Cloud Dough - 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but the cool thing about it is that it is moldable too.
Saw this and loved it what a great idea! Send a postage paid postcard in an envelope with a letter asking everyone to write down their best memory with the person you want these mailed to. Then on their special occasion they get all these memories in the mail from friends and family galore. What a special gift to give that truly would be Priceless!
~Love!~ My dad recently turned seventy and I wanted to do something special for him. I printed postcards on cardstock. I gathered addresses for seventy of the important people in my dad's life: family members, old classmates, dear friends and all his grandchildren. Included in the envelope was a card explaining that it was dad's birthday, and that they needed to send the postcard back sharing their funniest memory of him. To make things easy, I pre-addressed and pre-stamped the postcards so all they had to do was write a quick note on the back and toss the card in the mail.