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I recommend the Heather Bailey pattern, which gives the measurements for all 5 rings. (Click the pattern picture to link you to the website for the pattern). It was a fun project. Good luck! Perhaps if a wooden dowel was used inside the pole to stabilize it, it would work better?

Weekend Project: Happy Stacker | DomesticEsq

The Sweetest Softies.

The Sweetest Softies. | The Animal Print Shop Blog

This baby bottle holder is designed for little fingers and helps teach babies to self-feed

Ba Baby Bottle Holder - Green

NINE + SIXTEEN: My Favorite Books to Read Aloud to Boys

NINE + SIXTEEN: My Favorite Books to Read Aloud to Boys

Perfect, since I'm sure our boy(s) will take after their dad and be HUGE LEGO FANS!!

My 4 Misters & Their Sister: More Lego OCD!

50 Fun Books to add to your Child's Summer Reading List

Everything you need to encourage summer reading - simple as that

Back and forth journals for Mom and kids. I really love this idea! Wouldn't this be a great way to encourage writing, and have a memory to look back on?----I need to do this, way cool!

Camp Kurtz: Summer Journals

tooth fairy pillow...


Great idea for kids eating in the car!! Wish I would have seen this one Years ago!!!!

You may have to look twice to spot the crib in this room shared by four brothers.

Comfort & Simplicity in a Room for Four Brothers — My Room

39 Coolest Kids Toys You Can Make Yourself #22. Use PVC pipe to make a bow and arrow. So many cool ideas!!!

39 Coolest Kids Toys You Can Make Yourself

Your kids will stack their way to becoming spelling experts with this fun LEGO word family sorting game! (via This Reading Mama)

LEGO Word Family Sorting

One very important early literacy skill is knowing letter-sound correspondence, or what sound each letter of the alphabet makes. Take a suitcase, label it with a letter of the alphabet (a different letter each week), & fill it with objects that begin with that letter. As you put the objects in the suitcase, you can talk about each one with your child, saying the name of the object and asking them if it begins with the letter of the week (in this case, the letter “T.”)