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How to draw a wave.

Kids to do

Resuable checklists, every Saturday morning each kid gets a room-- awesome for when they get older!

THE BEST!

Buttons to Hair Ties . . . how cute!

Good night, Posterous

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Ransom box: If you leave your stuff out after 1 warning, mom puts it inside this box and you can't get it back until you draw a job from the envelope and do it. (Her job list is hysterical.)

Fabric tutu, so darn cute!

Easy bracelet

Dab some powder pigment (like eye shadow) above the cuticle before the polish dries and blow the color onto the nail. Apply a top coat and admire!

I love this! Memory binders. As an alternative to scrapbooking EVERY scrap of special paper the kids receive, do these memory binders. Just as |special and much less effort .

DIY Nautical knot headband

Good to know!

Write notes back & forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on? LOVE this idea doing this!

Glam up birthday candles with glue, sequins and glitter

Place value using paint chips

great gifts for teens

Literally 100s of hair tutorials... pin now look later.

genius!

Pom Poms glued onto dry erase marker caps = instant erasers.

article on the problem of entitlement and combating it early on.

10 compliments your kids need to hear: Children look to their moms for encouragement. Compliments go a long way in giving our kids the boost they need. 1. Compliment their character. We live in a world where integrity is neither consistently taught nor widely expected. When our children demonstrate honesty, kindness, trustworthiness and reliability, that’s a great time to take them aside and offer a sincere compliment. 2. Compliment obedience and respect. It’s too ea...

20 easy ways to show kids how much you love them....sweet ideas!

Mom and Me journal. Write letters back and forth with your kids. Ask a question, answer a question. Leave under their pillows...I love this idea.

Lemonade is for losers.

Ponytails. Pin now, read later. Perfect for the girl that always wears her hair up...