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Toilet Paper Countdown - Help me. BTW, is that Maxim in the corner?? No wonder the TP is so readily available.

A fun Elf On The Shelf idea! The niece and nephew loved it this morning! Smedley's Smorgasboard of Kindergarten: The Satu...Sunday Kindergarten Post!

31 days of Elf on the Shelf (31 Elf Ideas)

Little Bit Funky: 31 days of Elf on the Shelf (31 Elf Ideas)

Our #elfontheshelf wanted to make sure good hygiene habits sink in...

Timeline Photos - Kaplan Early Learning Company | Facebook

Good for the little ones...milk & a powdered doughnut hole. Use a little icing to dot on the eyes, buttons & carrots.

Believe in the magic glass block Rytyjo Designs

Red And Green Christmas Tree Topper by kristenscreations on Etsy, $42.00

Christmas tree topper

My Family Room Christmas tree topper

dollar tree thanksgiving decorations | Apothecary jars on the dining room table filled with green ornaments ...

Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Men (125+ Total Ideas for All Ages)

Grapevine Snowman Door Wreath: Basically you just attach the the 3 wreaths together using the wire. Make sure you include the bells between the first and second wreath and use the wire to put all 3 pieces together. Once that is done, cut the ribbon to the length that you want and tie it around the “neck” of the snowman like you would a scarf. Easy breezy.

Little LDS Ideas: Little LDS Ideas Vinyl

Definitely replacing ornaments in my apothecary jars with marshmallows next year

These are Peanut Butter Balls I make every year and everyone always ask for the recipe. Here it is. Enoy!

Each year our kids must choose ten old toys to put in their Santa bags. These must be toys in decent shape that other kids would actually want. We leave the bags under our tree on Christmas Eve. Santa takes the old toys back to the North Pole to fix them up he leaves new toys in the bag. Great way to de-clutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving.

Best sugar cookie glaze ever! Shiny and dries hard. This is the recipe I was looking for, it was a childhood favorite that my sisters got from a kids cooking class....was misplaced, never to be found. Loved the flavor and the vibrant colors it made. Now just need someone to pin the cookie recipe that went with it. They were called stained glass cookies. Thank you for pinning.

Love this. (posted by someone else:) This is exactly how my parents explained Santa - and it made perfect sense as a kid. There was no let down or crying, just excitement that now that I knew, I got to help participate in the magic of Christmas for my little brothers and other families! I plan on doing the exact same for my boys when they get older.