Fun stuff


Fun stuff

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Colored water in squeeze bottles for drawing in the snow.

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70 Things to do with your Girlfriends (that don't involve going to a club)

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40 Places to Take your Kids Before They're Grown - most are in the US--it tells you at what age you can take them too

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fun things to do with kids during the holidays. can't wait

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COOLEST THING EVER!!! Cut open glow sticks & pour them into bubble solution. Glow in the dark bubbles. Summer nights here we come!

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Who knew...this is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! [Then you can tear it up and mold into (colored) shapes] That's just cool!

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13 DIY Backyard Games and Play Structures...

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Turn inexpensive pool noodles into backyard toys...looks like fun! They sell these at Dollar Tree!!

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100 Great Date Night Ideas--From silly to sweet to flat-out scorching, we've got togetherness tips for your every mood.

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Make your own helium.

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Fathers Day

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30 questions to ask your kids, one for every day of the month. This blog writes a new set of questions every month, some are silly some are serious:)

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made these for Halloween-time: just mix up instant vanilla pudding, divinde in 1/2 and add a drop of orange food coloring to one and green food coloring to the other... blitzup some chocolate cookies in the food processor and make the layers - I LOVE these containers made by BALL (yes the canning jar people) they are made for jams and jellies, and are plastic with a great sealing screw-on lid... I use these all the time in my son's school lunches for everything from milk for cereal on his breakfast-for-lunch days to grapes and assorted snack items. ;)

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Apparently oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Definitely trying this.

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