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Gianna Rose

Gianna Rose

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DIY Tent...Claire WILL have one of these. But I might want to play in it more than her! So adorable!

Trace their hand on their birthday every year on the same paper. (It will make you cry. They grow up so fast!)

great idea - do this with their first pair of ballet shoes!

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...? I will do this!

Adorable fuzzy earmuffs and scarf

Another pinner says: This takes you to the BEST blog I have ever read! Absolutely love, PLAY AT HOME MOM...{makes me want to have more kids just to do all the fun stuff with the little ones!} she has about nine gajillion ideas on here....awesome.

They are listening. 19 things we need to say to our children consistently-one of the best lists I have seen...a beautiful reminder ♥

Animal Lunch Punch Sandwich Cutters #WilliamsSonoma

Bring a photo mat to DISNEY for characters to sign instead of an autograph book.

Lots of little girl hairdos! #hairdo #girls

cute idea!

Jim Henson



  • Anne Hogge
    Anne Hogge

    I used to do a guidance lesson using these series of books if you want to borrow them.

Love this! Take a pic of your child with something starting with each letter in alphabet, then make a book on Shutterfly.

Painting party...what a fun kids' birthday party idea (can be done frugally or all-out depending on your needs)

buttons + burlap

LOVE this idea!

Enough said!

SO INSPIRING! Great blog!!

Another pinner says, "My kids beg to play this game! Mommy and Daddy always lose. Our kids have better manners than we do now!" worth a try

Handprint Flowers

Handprint Flowers Mother's Day Gift

live simply~ so true! so many parents think to raise children well means to give kids things the never had like electronics, cars, and money but people forget to give them what matters most TIME, love and affection. That's how you develop a closeness that means your kids can tell you anything.