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DIY your own wipe-able and washable changing pad, with diaper pockets.

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Free Printable Chore Charts

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Pattern is "Jacqueline" by Childrens Corner. The stripe is by Michael Miller and the white twill collar is by Fabric Finders.

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7 Things you should say to your child TODAY

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shoe-fairy

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Just Press Play Tunic

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Ana White | Build a Just My Size Closet | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

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Sew Charming by Becky: Beach Bag Tutorial

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Mini Boden tee

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Shwin: Black Bird...(tunic). Free 2T pattern

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For those who dont have humidifiers - When toddler or baby is stuffed up from a cold, since it says not to put Vicks on infants or toddlers this is an amazing way to give them relief throughout the day or as they sleep add a table spoon of Vicks and a table spoon of water to your scentsy or any warmer, bam simple and easy and effective.

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lego table out of ikea lack table with 4 base plates glued to the top

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Pre-cut felt trees. Let the kiddos glue on buttons as ornaments. What a cute Christmas project!

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Doll bedding from www.TheCraftingCh...

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DIY canvas art with child's name

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DIY Printable Blocks.

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Crochet giraffe pattern - how cute

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Felt Christmas tree that your toddler can decorate. Love!

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Pumpkin applique dress

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"Cloud dough is a lovely sensory experience to provide for preschool children. It has a beautiful silky smooth texture and can smell divine… depending on which baby oil you choose to add to the mix. Here is the recipe… and oh so easy! 8 cups of plain flour to 1 cup of baby oil. Enjoy mixing!"

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Melly Sews: At the Car Wash...

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Stacking cardboard letters to spell out your little one's name is an adorable, not to mention economical, way to decorate the nursery!

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DIY City Play Mat... For hours of creative imaginary play, using washi tape!

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Baby toy.

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Toddler Busy Bag Ideas

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