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No-sew quickly made car seat canopy out of an old fleece blanket.

Super easy teething protector for crib. Made with fleece. Just cut and tie. I'll have to remember this!

38 weeks: Your baby, now as long as a leek, weighs nearly 7 pounds. (Length: more than 19 1/2 inches, head to heel.) @babycenter #howbigisyourbaby #pregnancy

TUTORIAL: Pacifier Clips

My Merry Messy Life: Homemade Diaper Rash Cream - Green & Non-Toxic

Simple baby food recipe for the Crock Pot - Slow cooker baby food recipes...... genius!

37 weeks: Your baby is as lofty as a stalk of Swiss chard and weighs 6 1/3 pounds. (Length: a bit over 19 inches, head to heel.) @babycenter #howbigisyourbaby #pregnancy

Baby beanie & bracelet from hospital placed inside a large glass ornament.

Reminder: send baby announcement to the White House and Disneyworld! :) So awesome for the baby book!

How to make every bow you will ever need! - Free Hair Bows Instructions

Healthy baby puffs: 1 Sweet Potato, 1 Banana, 1/4 C Breastmilk, 1T ground Chia/Flax seed, dash Cinnamon and Nutmeg, bake at 400 for ~15 min.

36 weeks: Your baby, almost 6 pounds and still packing on the pounds at a rate of about an ounce a day, is comparable to a crenshaw melon in size. (Length: more than 18 1/2 inches, head to heel.) @babycenter #howbigisyourbaby #pregnancy

Better baby sleep habits in 7 days - a step-by-step guide

Wow this site has HUNDREDS of activities for newborns to 5 year olds that are organized by 1/2 of their age all the way! Perfect for EVERY stage!!!

1 month of baby food, 1 hour, twenty dollars=has amts of fruits and veggies to buy as well as how to prepare it all and how long it will last frozen

35 weeks: Your baby, now as hefty as a honeydew melon at 5 1/4 pounds, doesn't have much room to maneuver in your belly. (Length: more than 18 inches, head to heel.) @babycenter #howbigisyourbaby #pregnancy

34 weeks: Your baby has bulked up like the average cantaloupe -- to about 4 3/4 pounds. (Length: almost 18 inches, head to heel.) #howbigisyourbaby @babycenter