I always wanted a tree house growing up (alas, all the trees in my yard were puny). I'd love to be able to give my kids a basic tree house they can help build and decorate. Honestly though, I'm a little surprised how many images I had to sort through on my search engine before coming across this one. Tree houses are so complicated now; whatever happened to a simple box with windows? Hint for the parents: I really don't think your kid will care that you spend five-hundred+ on his tree house.

A DIY magnetic tic-tac-toe game that's inexpensive, easy to make, and perfect for family road trips! I need to make this so that the kids don't ask to "play on the phone" every time we're at a restaurant.

DIY : Make Swing by Old Tire (These are the BEST ones!!!)

DIY : Make Swing by Old Tire

Shaving cream filled balloons.. outside messy summer play


Ball pit using an inflatable pool for home - perfect use for the inflatable pool during the winter! Would be so fun at a birthday party

Bubble Guppies 1st Birthday Bash | This Wonderful Life

Summer schedules for kids | Summer Activity Schedule for Kids... Good schedule for Riley and Chandler and Emma while o have them with me for the summer, gotta try and keep them excited and interested :)

31 Cool Games & Crafts Using Pool Noodles How to play cool games and make fun summer crafts using foam pool noodles.  You and your kids will have so much fun with these pool noodle activities, decorating, preschool learning tools, and all of the amazing pool noodle games you can play!

100 Fun Things for the Whole Family To Do In Summer– Geared Towards Older Children (Pt. 2 of 4)

We made a rocket out of the refrigerator box, Boston would pick up moon rocks for me!

Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones! Yay I've been looking for this recipe Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce

Water Pinatas for messy game night. This looks like fun!

You Are My Sunshine Footprint Art ~ This would be so adorable for Mother's Day

A great idea for a summers day. Buy a cheap tarp from the dollar shops, peg it down, add a sprinkler and...... voila, a splash pad.

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