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For pigtails! My daughter has almost enough hair for this...

Tutorial on how to keep Miraflex glasses from folding down a child's ears.

When you tell a child "no", "stop that", "don't do that" all day, they start tuning you out. Try these instead. Love this article.

Cloth diaper inserts from microfiber cloth in the automotive section at walmart. :-)

Be mom of the year with this indoor swing made from a babywearing woven wrap. Great for breaking in wraps too!

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: 55 Preschool Activities. Good infant games too

Diapers to Diplomas: A mom blog full of simple, fun learning activities for toddlers.

Great quiet time or restaurant activity Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

"Safety spot" while you get the baby and stroller unloaded. Probably the most genius thing ever and will save me some freak out moments.

Tell Me, Show Me, INVOLVE ME! How you can really help your child understand and remember.

Craftulate: Homemade Color Book. Made with paint samples. Teach colors and that there are different shades of each color. What a great idea! Love this!

Five Things You Can Do to Help your Toddler's Speech and Language Skills. Guest Post at Toddler Approved by Playing With Words 365. I'm a stickler for A man's pronunciation!

"Stay in bed until you see the sun!" This clock displays a sleepy star during nighttime hours, and a cheerful sun during the day. Parents choose what time the sun appears, so the child knows when it's ok to get out of bed.

A fun colour recognition game for toddlers that also encourages gross motor skills and play!

sand table... never thought about using a plastic bin... just put the top on when done!

Raising Bean: Homemade Play dough!

Keeping Curious Toddlers Safe: Ways to prevent the unthinkable before it happens.

Kiwi Crate - They will deliver a box to your child each month that’s designed around a certain theme (think Dinosaurs, Garden, Superheroes, Space.) In each box are 2-3 carefully designed and kid-tested projects, which cover a range of developmental areas and subjects, including art, science, and imaginative play. All the materials and inspiration to encourage creativity and curiosity are included. It's $20/month. This sounds so awesome!!

Baby sensory bag: Freezer ziplock bag, some hair gel, duct tape, and a few things to put in the bag-a few buttons, some beads, silly bands, and a couple of flat marbles