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A toy car wash keeps the kids busy every single time. Good idea for outside on the porch activity or for the little ones at a big kid pool party.

DIY Rocking Scooter tutorial

Wrap a gift or snack for each hour of a long road trip. It will help pass the time quickly

Traveling with kids... what a great idea!

portable foldable highchair. Genius!

PVC waterfall. It cost $18 to put together, including the hose attachment and new PVC glue.

Never would have thought of this! Fitted sheet over the pack n play to keep bugs out and provide some shade

Decorate-A-Block at a baby shower - fun!

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DIY big kid teepee (a $22 project!) - C&C

DIY: Keeping Legos Clean. Do this with many toys, especially after play dates with sick kids! WOW!! FANTASTIC idea

baby maxi skirt?! I can't even handle this

Keep the kids entertained—15 toys you can make with a cardboard box!

Type your child's name in the box & click "write", it writes your child's name on all the lines so they can practice tracing it. Free printable.

DIY tent! looks like a great gift for some little girls i know ;).

1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame 5. Voila! GREAT idea!!!

One pattern, all the princesses...pin now for later

@Alyssa Nim - our future sons?

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    I now have the strength of a grown man and a little baby.

Fun ideas activities to go along with the Jesus Storybook Bible.. :)

Simple stack of multiple fabric-covered foam pads. makes a cushy "sofa" in the playroom, and can be pulled apart for multiple sleepover guests, movie night pillows, or tumbling games, etc.

Collapsible Cardboard House instructions

$5 +30 minute wooden growth chart. Who knew it was so easy. Click here for instructions.

Introducing Baby Food1 A Simple Schedule of Introducing Baby Food --- Very simple breakdown of foods (no recipe, just foods), and then a really simple concept on making your own cereals