for the little ones someday
for the little ones someday
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mommo design: IN THE CORNER...
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cute house bed with chain of lights. sweet idea for a kids room. süßes Kinderzimmer mit einem Bett in Hausform und Lichterkette als Lichtquelle. #housebed
❤️ kids house
Great reading corner for kids room
Kids interior inspiration #kids #diy #kids #kidsinterior #baby #nursery #kidsroom
mommo design: IN THE CORNER...
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How To: Use warm white fairy lights and picture hooks to create a bedroom photo wall or hang Christmas cards
Pin pictures onto fairy lights instead of string. #FairyLights #Bedroom #Lighting #Pics
Getting ready for Uni ?? ... Use warm white fairy lights and picture hooks to create a bedroom photo wall. Battery operated string lights at http://www.melburygallery.co.uk/shop/string-lights/butterflies-battery-operated-led-light-chain-2m.htm #university #uniroom xx
kids room idea persoonlijke fairy Light photo wall
mommo design: 10 DIYs FOR KIDS
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Diy dorm room crafts : DIY Monogram Art
DIYs FOR KIDS, art and craft idea for kids to make for their bedrooms, colorful monogram pom pom canvas or in shadow box.
pompom initial. mommo design: 10 DIYs FOR KIDS
Diy dorm room crafts : DIY Monogram coincidence that this uses pom poms and our initials???? i dont think so!!
10 DIYs FOR KIDS, Pom Pom monogram
Fun pom pom monogram art for the little dudes room
A lesson for kids on lying
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FHE lesson on lying. I just read through this and LOVED it! My kids have been into lying lately and they love ice cream so it's perfect!
Children's lesson on lying...beautifully done
HOMEMADE BABY WIPES WITH COCONUT OIL. All natural and a big money saver. Use Bounty or Viva paper towels, 2 tbsp baby wash, 1 tbs baby coconut oil, 2 cups boiled water then cooled. Some say that coconut oil inhibits mold from forming. Others say to use distilled water. Put towels and ingredients in an airtight plastic container from Wal-mart or Target.
DIY baby wipes
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Homemade baby wipes, all natural and big money saver
Diy baby wipes; coconut oil
DIY baby wipes with coconut oil. If you have a little one who is sensitive ti wipe chemicals or aren't ready to take on cloth wipes, but want a more natural alternative to mass produced wipes.
Homemade Baby Wipes
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Homemade Baby Wipes. There are HORRIBLE chemicals in regular wipes that can make diaper rash worse. Also, using coconut oil instead of rash creams can work wonders. Not to mention this is WAY cheaper. #DIY #babywipes #conconutoil
Homemade Baby Wipes. My aunt makes these and says they are amazing. I found out there are HORRIBLE chemicals in regular wipes that can make diaper rash worse. Also, using coconut oil instead of rash creams can work wonders. Not to mention this is WAY cheaper! <--- An idea for us!!
Homemade Wipes. My aunt makes these and says they are amazing. I found out there are HORRIBLE chemicals in regular wipes that can make diaper rash worse. Also, using coconut oil instead of rash creams can work wonders. Not to mention this is WAY cheaper!
DIY BABY WIPES - there are HORRIBLE chemicals in regular wipes that can make diaper rash worse. Also, using coconut oil instead of rash creams can work wonders. Not to mention this is WAY cheaper!
Homemade Baby Wipes - The New Lighter Life
30 Ways to Raise Confident Kids. This really is an outstanding list.
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30 Ways to Raise Confident Kids. This really is an outstanding list. Great reminders of everyday things to do with your kids not just for confidence but to raise well rounded respectful kids also!
This is actually working!!!!! 30 Ways to Raise Confident Kids. This really is one of the best things I've found on Pinterest. Such an amazing list of things to do for/with your children to show them what wonderful little people they are!
30 Ways to Raise Confident Children. Such an amazing list of things to do for/with your children to show them what wonderful little people they are!
To calm a baby that needs comfort, fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give baby a few pats with it, then leave it on the baby's back and slip quietly away. I wish I had known about this during all those years of patting and patting and patting and patting...what a great idea!
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Neat for all the New Mommys or just had New Born Baby. To calm a baby that needs comfort, fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give baby a few pats with it, then leave it on the baby's back and slip quietly away. I wish I had known about this during all those years of patting and patting and patting and patting...what a great idea!
brilliant baby comforter
Fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give a few pats with it and slip quietly away. This lady is a genius..for future babies.
To calm a baby that needs comfort, fill a glove w/ beans, pearled barley, etc. Give baby a few pats with it, then leave it on the baby's back and slip quietly away. That is a great idea! They use these in the NICU
Fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give a few pats with it and leave the glove on baby while you slip quietly away.
1st birthday photo shoot?
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Hot air balloon photo shoot for 1st birthday
Hot Air Balloon Photo Idea
Baby photo shoot :)
hot air balloon basket --- 1st birthday photo shoot?
Must-do's in the last weeks of pregnancy. I would have never thought of doing half of this! -- I'll be glad to have this one day.
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For very, very far future reference. Very far. A candid list of practical things to do in the last weeks of pregnancy. Things you wish you'd have known. If you are dreaming of being a mom, take a break from pinning the cute stuff and pin this for future reference. Be sure to read the comments, too. For the FUTURE!
A candid list of things to do in the last weeks of pregnancy: good to know for future baby
A candid list of things to do in the last weeks of pregnancy. I spent way too much time worrying about how many outfits I had for Everly, and that we had her nursery in tip top shape and a shelf full of things like diaper ointment, baby sunscreen, and 4 different kinds of pacifier - and most of it didn’t get touched for months and months after she was born. I basically refused to go into labor until I was satisfied with the pile of onesies and hair accessories I had for her. This go round, with lessons learned, I’ve been thinking about what I really, truly need to be doing to prepare for those first insane weeks once we bring Arlo home: 1. Bring in a cleaning service to do a good deep clean. I am always on the lookout for half price house cleaning services on Groupon and have been saving one of them specifically for this purpose. I want them to focus on those things that probably won’t get too much attention for the next month or two - scrubbing our tub and toilet, wiping down baseboards, and dusting everything. 2. Clean out the fridge and freezer. Friends and family are always so kind and thoughtful in the days and weeks after a baby is born and often bring over meals to heat up and ones to toss in the freezer for later. Having lots of space available to store prepared meals will be required. 3. Stock up on hand soap. With Everly, I was always asking “Do you mind washing your hands first?” to anyone who visited and wanted to hold her. Between guests, and ourselves, we went through hand soap like crazy the first few months! So this time, I’ll have a few extra bottles stored in advance. 4. (TMI - but truth) Load up on big, giant maxi pads. yes, the ones you wore in eighth grade. Depending on where you deliver, they may send you home with a good amount after the baby is born - but trust me, you’ll go through them faster than you think. I had to send Brent to the grocery store several times in those early weeks with instructions to “find the biggest ones they have” and bless his heart, he always did it… but this time, I’m making sure I’ve got plenty stored up in advance. 5. Put a waterproof crib liner under the sheets on my side of the bed. Look, I know this one is weird too - but I’m hitting 37 weeks on Wednesday and I don’t want to have to trash our feather bed if my water breaks in the middle of the night. 6. Put together a folder with all contact information for both our insurance and my maternity paid leave. I had to sit on the phone way too long in the first days after Everly was born trying to navigate who I was supposed to call to let them know that Everly needed to be added our insurance policy and what documentation and info was needed for me to start receiving my maternity leave pay. This time I’m putting all the documenation in one place and making those “what do I do next?” calls in advance so I’ll know just what to do once Arlo arrives. 7. A “go-time” email to friends and family. We’re designating a person on each side of our family to contact everyone else and let them know when I go into labor. We’ve got a friend lined up to check on the dogs, and friends/grandparents on standby to care for Everly when I go into labor. This week I’ll send out an email laying out what the plan of action is for each person so everyone is crystal clear and we don’t have to worry about it while I’m huffing and puffing through contractions. What would you add to the list? What was the one thing you wish you’d done in advance to make your adjustment easier after your new baby was born? Edit: I want to add some of the best recommendations from other moms as they come in. This is just a handfull - there are more in the comments, be sure to read them all! 8. Full bottomed, comfortable cotton underwear or boy shorts that you won’t mind tossing later. Actually - just go ahead and buy them in black. Have at least 6 pairs. Maybe more. Your super cute bikinis just won’t cut it in those early weeks, and you don’t want to ruin them anyway. Oh readers. You guys are good. I love these reccomendations. BRING ON THE TMI, I SAY!!!! 9. Make a few padsicles! (Thanks to Meg for this terminology) Pour witch hazel on some of those monster pads and pop them in the freezer. So amazing in those early days when your lady biz needs some relief. Plus it’d be really fun to yell out from the bathroom “CAN SOMEONE PLEASE BRING ME A PADSICLE!!!!” And while I’m thinking out loud here - make sure you place them on the opposite side of the freezer from Aunt Suzie’s casserole, no need to intermingle dinner with your frozen feminine care products. 10. From Imperfect Bird: For second time moms: have a date night with your older child! "I did this with my first son in the last couple weeks of my second pregnancy. I was feeling so tired and miserable, I knew he wasn’t getting the best of me and I really wanted to make him feel special! So we went out to Sonic one night to get slushies…I let him stay up a little late since he was going to be a big brother ;-) and we talked about our favorite memories and what it was going to be like when the baby came. Hands down one of my BEST memories of pregnancy! " - I LOVE this recommendation! I’m making a note to schedule some extra special one on one time with Everly. Love, M
Lots of ideas for Getting Little Bodies Moving When It’s Too Cold (or Hot) Outdoors
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Getting Little Bodies Moving When It’s Too Cold (or Hot) Outdoors
Gross motor: Active indoor play ideas.
Indoor fun for the active child #kids #activity #play #inside
Indoor Games for Kids - Getting Little BOdies Moving When It's Too Cold Outside
Indoor hopscotch and other indoor active play ideas
I love this! I feel like I get looked down upon at work because I'm not forcing my two year olds to write their names and know all the letters. It's not that I don't introduce the ideas and offer activities to children who are ready, but some of them are just now learning to talk! Not to mention... social skills are so much more important to learn EARLY!
What Age to Start Teaching Your Child Colors, Shapes, Letters and More! Also a few tips on how to teach them.
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Creative ideas for teaching Colors, Shapes, Letters and More!
Back yard games to make
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Bean Bag Toss - Family Camping Game Ideas | 10 Camping Games for Outdoor Fun!
Bean bag toss game- cute idea for the kids
Family Camping Game Ideas | 10 Camping Games for Outdoor Fun! Just fun outdoor games
take one table, cut in half, attach to bookcase ~ great for 2 kids to do homework without bugging each other
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IDEA: in baby room - bookshelf between windows, desk on either side in front of windows.Turn an old bookcase into a homework station for kids. Find out how: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/small-spaces/strategies/small-space-home-offices/?socsrc=bhgpin061812#page=19
multiple desks idea for small space - study area for kids
Bookshelves turned into desk!.... Cute idea for kids room or small space office
Small Space "office space" LOVE THIS for kids' homework desk!!
small space storage and organization #smallspaces #homeoffice #turquoise
Tin / Sweetbabies
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"Sweet little metal box full of mice. Great craft idea for little ones.
Such a cute, fun travel toy for kids. Oh, and a great way to use those leftover altoid tins.
Altoids tin mouse sleeping bag / toy travel box / cute DIY gift idea for kids
Wee mouse tin house; another altoid tin craft idea
Wee mouse tin house. cute gift idea for little ones
OMGosh! This site has wonderful tips on how to better yourself, one step at a time, how to make more time with your kids, have more fun, better time management, and good morals too. Great for you moms that feel like the cleaning and cooking and everyday day life seems to be taking over. This is a very good read filled with great ideas, I strongly encourage moms to read up on this.
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Fun blog to read and has good ideas! How to be a fun Mom & Changing Behavior by spending One on One time. Just good reminders and makes for a happier Mom too!
How to be a fun Mom. I lllooovvveee these cute ideas.
Bc Daddy is going to be the coolest person our kids will ever know, this Mommy-to-be one day could use a lil help! This is supposedly a Great blog!! How to be a fun Mom & Changing Behavior by spending One on One time. Just good reminders and makes for a happier Mom too!
good advice! Great blog!! How to be a fun Mom & Changing Behavior by spending One on One time. Just good reminders and makes for a happier Mom too!
Family Volley: How To Be A "Fun Mom" I love these reminders! Watch out kids!
How to be a fun Mom & Changing Behavior by spending One on One time. I really want remember this
Vintage Baby Showers, Shower 34, Shower Foxes
Vintage baby shower fox booties www.peacheyphotog...
Helen's Baby Shower (34 of 34)
Love this idea! Consequences That Actually Work! "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation... Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. ...Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."
"Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation. Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."
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Love this idea! "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation... Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. ...Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."
shes so cute
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Jean skirt, braids, head scarf
Little girl, big style. #kids #fashion
This is ridiculously lovely little kid style
Ahh this little girl is SO presh. I want to dress my children like this
I love this little girl's hair and style. can i adopt you ;)
This would so be my little girl!!!! Most of the time I think I would prefer boys but there are times those princess make me think otherwise :- ) little bohemian style
1 month of baby food, 1 hour, twenty dollars. has amounts of fruits and veggies to buy as well as how to prepare it all and how long it will last.
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One month of baby food in one hour for twenty dollars. She includes recipes (and uses quinoa and brown rice).
Healthy baby food recipes.
Homemade baby food. 1 month of baby food in 1 hour for 20 dollars. She includes recipes. (and uses quinoa and brown rice).
article on a few parenting mistakes that we all tend to make and how to fix them.
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7 Discipline Mistakes All Moms Make - and how to fix them. Good advice for the future
7 discipline mistakes parents make - a good read to be reminded of how to let kids be kids.
7 Discipline Mistakes All Moms Make - and how to fix them. Really good points, got to remember this for the future!
7 Discipline Mistakes All Moms Make. user by Parents.com, on Mon Jul 11, 2011 7:48am PDT10 CommentsPost a CommentRead More from This Author »Report Abuse..Share retweet EmailPrint. When it comes to dealing with bad behavior, everyone screws up. We'll help you do it right. By Katy Rank Lev I haven't been to the post office since "the incident." I was that wild-eyed woman with a screaming child, slowly working my way up the line as one customer after another let me go ahead. Turns out my desperate attempts to comfort my kid were the result of a rookie error. The tantrum came from an oversight I made earlier that day: failing to notice the signals (eye-rubbing and crankiness) that he was tired. No wonder he had a meltdown. I'm hardly alone in missing my child's cues, says Parents advisor Michele Borba, Ed.D., author of The Big Book of Parenting Solutions. According to her, there are patterns to behavior. Kids do the same things when they're tired, hungry, or getting fed up; it's up to adults to take note and adjust accordingly. My son's moodiness should have told me to let him nap, then run errands when he was ready. Ignoring a kid's signs is one of many discipline mistakes parents make all the time, but fixing them can make a huge difference in the parenting experience. We asked the experts to reveal the most common missteps. We're too negative. "Don't hit your sister!" "Stop pulling the dog's tail!" The number of things you tell your toddler or preschooler not to do is endless. THE FIX Ask for the behavior you want to see. Nobody wants to raise a child who doesn't understand limits, but "parents say 'no' so frequently that kids become deaf to it -- and the word loses its power," Dr. Borba explains. Moreover, "we often tell kids not to do something without letting them know what they should be doing," notes Linda Sonna, Ph.D., author of The Everything Toddler Book. So save the naysaying for truly dangerous situations (think: fork in the electrical socket or your child eating the spider plant), and focus on telling kids how you would like them to behave. For example, instead of, "No standing in the bathtub!" try, "We sit down in the bathtub because it's slippery." Later, when you notice your kid splashing away in a seated position, offer some praise ("I like how you're sitting!") to reinforce her good behavior. We expect too much from our kids. You're sitting in church when your toddler shouts. As soon as you shush him, he does it again. Mortifying! Why doesn't he listen? THE FIX Play teacher. Very young children still haven't developed impulse control or learned the social graces required in public places like stores and restaurants. "Parents assume kids know more than they do," Dr. Sonna says. When your child breaks a norm, remind yourself that he isn't trying to be a pain -- he just doesn't know how to act in the situation, so snapping isn't effective (or fair). Focus on showing your child how you want him to behave, softly saying things like, "I'm being quiet because I'm in church, but if I need something from Dad I lean in close to whisper." Also point out what others are doing ("Look how Charlie is coloring while he waits for his meal to arrive"). Kids are born mimics, so modeling or drawing attention to something we want them to do goes a long way. "It takes time and repetition for kids to learn to handle themselves," Dr. Sonna says, which means you should expect to give your kid a lot of reminders -- and remove him when he doesn't get the message. Over time, he'll learn how to act. We model behavior we don't want to see. When you drop something, you yell. A man cuts you off and you call him a rude name. But then you get mad if your kid reacts the same way when things don't go her way. THE FIX Apologize and take a do-over. There's a boomerang effect to behavior: If we yell, our kids probably will too, says Devra Renner, coauthor of Mommy Guilt. Yes, it's hard to be on perfect behavior around the clock, so apologize when you do slip up. "Emotions are powerful and difficult to control, even for grown-ups," Renner notes, but saying "sorry" demonstrates that we're accountable for our actions nonetheless. It also creates the chance to talk about why you reacted the way you did and offers appropriate ways to respond when you're feeling frustrated. That's what Deena Blumenfeld, of Pittsburgh, did when her son Owen, 5, protested so much about getting dressed that she snapped, "Just shut up and get dressed!" Realizing this was not how she'd want her son to react in a similar situation, she knelt down, apologized, then talked about how important it is to be on time for school. It worked: Owen got ready for school calmly after that. We intervene when our kids simply annoy us. You hear your children chasing each other around the house and immediately shout. THE FIX Ignore selectively. Often, parents feel the need to step in every time kids do something, well, kid-like. But always being the bad guy is exhausting, Dr. Borba notes. Keep in mind that children sometimes do things that are irksome because they're exploring new skills. (So your toddler could be dumping juice into his cereal because he's learning about liquids.) Other times, they're seeking attention. When it comes to reacting, Dr. Borba's rule of thumb is: When safety isn't an issue, try watchful waiting. If your 6-year-old is playing his recorder with his nose, try not to shout. See what happens if you just continue with what you're doing as if nothing is happening. Most likely, if you don't respond, he will eventually stop -- and you'll feel calmer, having avoided a shouting match. We're all talk and no action. "Turn off the TV... I'm serious this time... Really!" Your kids continue bad behavior when warnings are vague for the same reason you run yellow lights -- there aren't consequences. THE FIX Set limits and follow through. Nagging, second chances, and negotiation all convey that cooperation is optional, says Robert MacKenzie, Ph.D., author of Setting Limits With Your Strong-Willed Child. To teach kids to follow rules, make expectations clear, then take action when they're broken. If you want your kid to, say, get off the couch and do homework, start with respectful directives ("Please turn off the TV now and do your work"). If she follows through, thank her. If not, give a consequence: "I'm turning off the TV now. Until your work is finished, your TV privileges are suspended." We use time-out ineffectively. When you send your 3-year-old to his room after he hits his brother, he starts banging his head on the floor in rage. THE FIX Consider a time-in. A time-out is meant to be a chance for a child to calm down, not a punishment. Some kids respond well to the suggestion that they go to a quiet room until they're chill. But others view it as a rejection, and it riles them up. Plus, it doesn't teach kids how you want them to behave. As an alternative, Dr. Sonna suggests taking a "time-in," where you sit quietly with your kid. If he's very upset, hold him to get him settled down, Dr. Sonna adds. Once he's relaxed, calmly explain why the behavior wasn't okay. Too angry to comfort him? Put yourself in time-out; once you've relaxed, discuss what you would like your child to do differently. You might start by saying: "What can you do instead of hitting when Milo grabs your train?" We assume what works for one kid will work for another. The best way to deal with your son's whining is to get down at eye level and explain how his actions need to change. But your daughter is more aggressive and refuses to listen. THE FIX Develop a diverse toolbox. It's easy to blame your kid when a discipline technique fails. But "you may have to go about getting the behavior you want in different ways with each kid," notes Avivia Pflock, coauthor of Mommy Guilt. While one might respond to a verbal reminder about what is acceptable, the other might need a consequence when she acts up -- like having her Wii unplugged. Being firm with one child and touchy-feely with another isn't being inconsistent; it's tuning in to different needs and learning styles, Pflock assures. "The punishment should fit the crime -- and the kid."
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Future baby advice, for when i have them
great baby tips for new moms
Great baby advice from veteran Moms
Tutorial: Banded ruffle cuff little girl pants, good idea for when pants are getting a little too short but still fit in the waist
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Ruffle And Bow Pant Leg Tutorial...so cute-great idea for when little girl's pants are getting too short but still fit in the waist. -- Is it bad I want to use the idea for a pair of my own pants?
Ruffle And Bow Cuff Pants Tutorial #sewing Super cute idea that could be used when kids are outgrowing pants
Tutorial: Banded ruffle cuff little girl pants, good idea for when pants are getting a little too short but still fit in the waist! In case Gracie is a tall girl!! lol
Tutorial: Banded ruffle cuff little girl pants, good idea for when pants are getting a little too short but still fit in the waist. I'm guessing we will have tall, skinny kids and I will need to remember this :)
Banded Ruffle Cuff Pants Sewing Tutorial Extend pants that are getting to short. Awesome. Kids grow to fast.
21 creative consequences for disobedient children
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21 creative consequences for disobedient children- Some of these are AWESOME and some are just plain HILARIOUS - but likely effective! @ Lisa might want to read this ! It has some pretty good ideas!
Tweens 10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear
21 Creative Consequences For Kids (tweens). thought these were great... this site has tons of ideas to help you with whatever age child and challenges you may be dealing with!!!
Some really good ideas. 21 Creative Consequences For Kids.. thought these were great... this site has tons of ideas to help you with whatever age child and challeges you may be dealing with!!!
someday i'll be the cool mom who shows her kids how to make one of these. :) Under the table hammock