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Burlap Wreath - Hydrangea Etsy Wreath -Wreaths - Summer wreaths for door - Spring Wreath Door Wreath - Monogram wreath www.ribbonandbows...

Cork board in a pretty for each child....their "bragging " area for artwork or school work :)

simply organized: simple kids art display

Stuffed animal zoo storage

how cute is this breadbox desk?

ribbons to hang curtains instead of curtain clips. cheaper too!

Homework table...adorable!

pallet wood walkway

Galaxy play-doh for the kids- space unit!!

We Love Being Moms!: 20 Things to Make Life as a Mom Easier

Kid's desk out of 2 storage shelves & a piece of plywood!

i want this!

Hang board games on the play room wall (no glass front in frame) with a baggie on the back to hold pieces! Take down and play when you want!

100 places to take your kids in the USA

Camping party! Saving this one for the future for sure.

Best Temper Tantrum Tricks - these are great ideas! Pin now. Read later.

Cute! This would be great with vinyl on a canvas.

backyard splash pad! No up keep. Small footprint. Cheaper than a pool. Safer than a pool. Awesome.

For marking children heights. No Need to worry if you move.

Playhouse with a deck and sand pit. wow!

Bow scarf. Love.

Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. This is exactly what I need instead of focusing on the bad.


Do everything without whining, complaining or arguing. Every one has their own jar. Start off the week with a set amount of quarters in each jar. If they are caught whining or complaining, they lose a quarter and their sibling gets it. (Ouch) If they argue, they each lose one and mom gets them. At the end of the week, they get the money that's left or you could put it towards an activity. genius!! I'm so doing this!!

What a great idea!!! -- personalized pillow case party favor...sleepover party! totally doing this someday.

"If only more people took time to do this for their children!!! "What I love is that each morning, Charlotte and Amelia rush to their envelopes to see what we've written. The notes are sometimes a simple observation of a charitable act or a quick drawing to make them laugh. I love that Charles and I force ourselves to take a minute each evening to think about why we love our children. It's my version of Oprah's gratitude journal."