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Moonsand = 8 cups flour + 1 cup baby oil.... I make this for the kids all the time and they love it!

Disney Printables: List of 800 Free Coloring Pages, Recipes and More

The Brick Show: The LEGO Movie Coloring Pages : Free Printable The LEGO Movie Color Sheets

Mother-Son bucket list. This is a must-do list of things to do with your son while he is growing up....or even after. Excellent!

Biblical Boyhood: Teaching Boys to Be Respectful - Thoughts on teaching boys to be respectful in a disrespectful culture {From a Christian perspective}

Table Talk: Bringing Back Family Dinner - conversation starters made with Popsicle sticks. Love!

Have amazing dinner conversation with this special family tradition. Over 240 Conversation starters in this free printable. Makes the perfect gift!

Mod Podge Comic Book Letters @Nicole Novembrino Novembrino Novembrino Young

10 Basic Survival Skills Every Kid Should Know. Start this early! I usually teach this in the beginning if the school year, but can be taught anytime and begin at age 3-4.

Disney Frozen Coloring Sheets - Anna, Elsa, Kristoff Disney Frozen Birthday Party Ideas Sisters Shopping on a Shoestring

Boys Sleepover Ideas .. lots of fun ideas ... my favorite ... Silly String War ..Divide the boys into 2 teams and give them 30 minutes to build a fort.  Give them supplies such as old cardboard boxes, sheets and a roll of duct tape.  Then give each team several bottles of silly string and let the war begin.  The team that is the least covered in string when it is over wins!

Preparing your kids for the adult world. Some of these things I would never have thought of. Whoops!

Greek Yogurt Pancakes - my kids ADORED these and the extra protein is a great bonus!

Frommer's 500 Places to Take Your Kids Before They Grow Up, 2nd Edition

Wish i knew this when I was babysitting! Crayon hot rocks: If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them