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For anyone who has tried to give a toddler an adult size popsicle... :)

Try AllerMates: Nannies and au pairs of children with allergies can now enjoy the safety and security of knowing the kids in their care are protected against unwanted allergens when they wear or use AllerMates products away from home. AllerMates products are based on 14 fun original cartoon-like characters that represent the most common allergies: peanut, nut, gluten and wheat, milk, egg, shellfish, penicillin, insect sting, latex, pollen, fish, soy, sesame, and cat.

Cool! print on paper bag instructions. Think of all the awesome party favor bags you could do! kids lunch bags too. Could save so much money on labels

Colorful Pom Pom Drop from Princesses, Pies, and Preschool Pizzazz - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Simple and delicious lunch ideas that your kids will love - and you will too! Plus a giveaway for free lunch meal plans and a $15 Amazon gift card!

101 Almost Free Things to Do With Kids This Summer...in the 60's we were simply told to go outside and PLAY on most days, we went swimming in the afternoons after mama had cooked ( I never ate a sandwich lunch or fast food), we helped pick and shell peas when they were ready, we did chores...news flash parents: you don't have to make everything in life "fun".

* Ideas for Quiet Book: Joseph coat of colors and other Bible themed pages.

Discovery boxes The boxes are filled with everyday, found or recycled objects that are related to a Particular theme, These are easy to put together and take apart again and give really good opportunities for meaningful play time together.

Avoid power struggles ~ Learn how to intervene and establish helpful protocol/procedures. (Blog post from A Peach for the Teach.)

NapMat cover PDF Tutorial-nap mat cover, nap mat, pattern, nap mat pattern, kindermat

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Toddler Activities - peeling tape off the table (or fridge) develops fine motor skills (lots of ideas here)

Trust me. I'm a toddler.