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Valentine's feet

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The boys made decorations for Valentine's Day

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Valentine's Love Bug headbands

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Felt tree. Kids loved decorating and redecorating their felt tree.

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Happy Halloween-- this year we used mini chocolate bars and it worked just as great!

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Each year we get a picture of our son in his Halloween costume next to a pumpkin carved with his name and year.

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Just cried! I wish their hands would stop growing! I may need to do this

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Cutest Easter Tradition 1. Buy some "magic" Jelly Beans 2. Plant them in your yard- this only works the night before Easter (wink wink) 3. The next morning go out and see what grew (large Lollipops!)

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Carrot shaped cupcakes, baked in a waffle cone then stuck in dirt pudding.

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These look kinda creepy... Roll out sugar cookie dough into a thin line (dough will spread when baking), score at "knuckles" and apply an almond shard at the tip. Bake as directed. Brush cooled cookies with a little cocoa-powder to add contrast!

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Dyed deviled eggs! Taste just as great!

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Easter Deviled Eggs

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Love this!!!

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Easy and cute Easter cupcakes!

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Easter egg tree.

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Halloween custom skeleton Maternity shirt

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valentine's pretzel buttons

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DIY: Serving tray using real melted peppermint pieces.

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boil eggs, crack the shell, then reboil in colored water...these are awesome!

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Carve your child's name and the year in a pumpkin each year for their Halloween pictures. These pictures are great if you make photo calendars-- perfect for October!

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Buy wooden Christmas trees at a craft store then let your toddler handprint them green. After the dry apply glue dots and let your toddler add fuzzy balls as decorations and a yellow one on top for the star! Tons of fun and great time together playing. Write their name and the year on the bottom and give them to the grandparents--- they LOVE them!

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Valentine's Day

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Holidays

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Pretty

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Buy clear glass ornaments and let your little one hand paint them. Write their name and the year with a paint pen and tie on a ribbon to hang from the tree. We made these for all of the grandparents.

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