Brilliant!

Awesome technique for grounding the kids. Make them earn points to be ungrounded.points awarded with chores!

Start with one balloon on their 1st birthday. Every year do the same picture but add a balloon for their age. - This is such a cute idea!

Baby's First Birthday, do this but have them hold just one balloon. Each year do the same picture but add a balloon for their age.

Imprint a damaged teddy before throwing it away. | 26 Ways To Preserve Your Kids' Memories Forever

Imprint a damaged teddy before throwing it away.

Love this idea! Here's a cool tip! Before you get rid of your kiddos old/damaged teddy bear: un-stuff bear light spray paint press onto paper A super fun way to preserve childhood memories

Brilliant! Pool noodles cover the springs! No more getting pinched and so cute too!

Cover your trampoline springs with pool noodles. I was pinched in springs so often when I was a kid. This is safe and looks awesome. Now I just need a house with a garden to put my pool-noodled trampoline in.

DIY busy board full of switches, latches, and doo-dads for babies and toddlers to manipulate.

DIY busy board full of switches, latches, and doo-dads for babies and toddlers to manipulate. This is great for fine motor skills. It is also a hazard for giving escapee toddlers the skills they need to get out unsupervised.

cute photo shoot idea

Simply Vintage Wooden Baby Blocks

with a mirror! Love Love little girl all dressed up on pink looking in a mirror outdoors. Love this mirror for little girls!

I always had one for my girls.

Clinker Truffles

Password Smart kids parents back to school life hacks safety parenting tips

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23 Incredibly Helpful Diagrams For Moms-To-Be and all of my new mom friends :)

Indoor Games for Kids to Burn Off Energy - Mommiedaze

Indoor Games for Kids to Burn Off Energy

Indoor Games for Kids to Burn Off Energy - Mommiedaze (Yessssssssss!) Very helpful during the winter months. Fun and Family Magazine

amazing graduation present for your kids (or nieces/nephews)!  Every year write them a letter until they're 18, and put a small amount of money in it, then when they graduate - give them all the letters + money!

Write a letter to your child or grandchild each year and include money for grad gift. I like this idea of writing a letter, and even adding money, but I think it'd be better to go longer than a grad gift. Wedding, first home, first child?

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