"All you need for a refreshingly sweet snow cone baby costume is a rainbow wig and blanket sewed to look like a cone."
Pregnancy announcement...really wanna do this with the hubby and the girls!
Cool idea! Once a month for their lives, put $20 in a photo album for your kids....around $2800 by the time they graduate/turn 18.
adorable doesn't even begin to describe this
No more naked Barbie... and unmatched socks!
Science Fair Project Ideas. I'm gonna need these some day
Wonder if this works...To calm a baby that needs comfort, fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give baby a few pats with it, then leave it on the baby's back and slip quietly away. I wish I had known about this during all those years of patting and patting and patting and patting...what a great idea!
A little something for a rainy day…Get an inexpensive umbrella from the dollar store and dangled bills from the inside so that when the graduate opened it up – tada!
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How to make prints in the sand and keep them!
4 pillows and 3 yards of fabric Seen this before but this one has instructions!
Great camping idea... buy a new rake. probably THE BEST way to cook hotdogs for this crowd of kids!!
clever play kitchen
Show off your crafty side (27 photos)
Use tension rods and a sheet to make a tent in the hallway for the kids. You can decorate the sheet with fabric paint or markers. And can be easily stored when done.
ikat bag: House in our Hallway
Minute to Win It Games = Best.Party.Ever. Awesome for New Years!
YES PLEASE Money Balloons - a cool way to present money as a gift, esp for a young person (as opposed to a boring check in a card). I have a friend whose parents blow up a balloon and put a one dollar bill in it and have the number of balloons for how old their kid is on their birthday and then after they open their presents they can pop open the balloon and get their $. very cute.
I'm skipping the card aisle next time and giving a Money Balloons instead. How many kids love a birthday card?? How many kids love BALLOONS??
not your typical bedtime routine. also in the comments - When we were kids growing up,our bedtime was always at 8, but if we were in bed by 7:30, we could stay up reading until 8:30. It not only taught us that reading was a reward and not a punishment, but it also got us in bed earlier – extra bonus points for mom!
For Annie P. Put in little girls bathroom. 1 Peter 3:3 3 Do not let your adornment be merely outward—arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel—4 rather let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God.
Do this every year 'til graduation! What an awesome idea!