Did It/Got It
Ever had a pair of pants that the zipper wouldn't stay zipped? Brilliant! This is the best pin I've ever used!
Smart- to help you remember if you gave kids the medicine (I write this chart on the dry erase board in the kitchen now; so helpful).
Update contacts on your phone with pictures of the holiday cards they sent.
It's a daily calendar that can be reused each year and gets better the longer you use it. Each day you write the year and something that happened that day like, "(Child's name) took her first steps." Started January 2014.
Get a copy of the book and have each teacher sign it throughout your child's education; give it to them at graduation. Doing this currently.
Pool noodle under fitted sheet keeps toddler from rolling out...will have to try this..
i taped the word daddy and a heart and let my 2 year old paint all over it, when the paint dried i pulled off the tape.
Maple Butternut Squash Puree (from The Shiksa in the Kitchen) - pareve
Kohlrabi Turnip Gratin (made it with turkey bacon)
Did something similar. Letters sitting on blocks - then kid came in and smashed 'em. :)
Seriously the coolest thing I have ever seen. Instant high chair that can fit in the diaper bag.
My favorite aspect of the reception by far was the guest book. Nothing ordinary would due for THIS baseball-loving bride and groom. Their guest “book” was actually a baseball jersey! They started by ordering a personalized baseball jersey, complete with their last name and the year of the wedding. Then they laid it flat on a table at the reception and provided several fabric markers with permanent ink for the guests to use to sign the shirt.
Creative Sign in board idea - just add last name and year and have everyone sign with a fabric permanent marker. (Be sure to put a piece of cardboard inside the shirt to prevent bleeding.) Frame it afterwards.
A creative way to give cash. Tape dollar bills end to end and roll them around an empty toilet paper roll. Place the "full" roll in an empty tissue box. Thread the top dollar through the top of the box and tape to a gift bow. When the recipient pulls on the bow, the money starts rolling out!
Use tape to measure between the two holes and then put the tape on the wall. (You'll still need to use a level to make sure that the tape is straight).