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Adorable Minions made from Easter eggs! Yellow & blue eggs, a sharpie and google eyes -- cute!!
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Minion Easter Eggs: Easter Ideas for Kids. #StayCurious
Minion Eggs Despicable Me / Minion Birthday Party or minion Easter eggs.
Minion Eggs Despicable Me / Minion Birthday Party and other kids party ideas on this fantastic site. Check it out. JBx
Adorable Minions made from Easter Eggs ~ cute idea for a Minion Birthday Party or Easter... Minion Egg Hunt. @Tracey Marie
teddy bear toast kids healthy breakfast- I might even be able to handle this one ;)
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Teddy bear toast! A fun and healthy breakfast for kids. #kids #breakfast #cute
Teddy Bear Toast (Healthy Kid's Breakfast Idea) miley would only eat the peanut butter
Teddy bear toast - a healthy kids breakfast that is easy and fun. Cute kid food idea. Peanut butter. Bananas. Toast. Raisins. Yummy.
For toddler years/husbands :) The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual reminder/limit :)
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The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training! The Virtuous Wife: "You Shall Not Pass" Toilet Paper Sign! Good idea for when it's time to PT Ally
For toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training! Great idea!
Genius! For later toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training! Need this for paper towels at school!!
Daily Activities To Do With Your One Year Old - A One Year Olds Bucket List, A Daily Check-List and Free Printables!
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Daily Activities To Do With Your One Year Old - A Baby Bucket List, A Weekly Check List and Free Printables
Daily Activities To Do With Your One Year Old. Love the sticker chart idea for later and the baby bucket list
Birthday questions tradition start when they turn 3.
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Birthday Traditions: Birthday questions tradition start when they turn 3
Birthday questions tradition start when they turn 3.... maybe I'll interview the kids at Savannah's party... would be fun to read later... fun idea too for a play talk show with the girls!
20 questions tradition start when they turn 3.
Cutest Easter Basket! :) 10 Fun and Creative Homemade Easter Basket Ideas
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Easter gift idea other than basket
Easter basket ideas, Baby Easter Basket, DIY Easter craft ideas, Easter party decorations #Easter #ideas #holiday www.loveitsomuch.com I'D SAY BABY OR TODDLER
caden's too big - but some cute idea. 25 Cute and Creative Homemade Easter Basket Ideas from the DIY & Crafts Blog
Love this. Fun idea for baby boy! Baby Easter basket Cute idea to use truck
Indoor Activities For Kids: For the winter
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Keep your Kids Busy! A huge list of indoor activities for kids ranging from art, math, literacy, motor skills and more... Thanks alot for these amazing and surprising ideas, perfect
Giant list of indoor activities for kids...INDOOR ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS Here is a select, yet giant list of our indoor activities and projects that I have posted. (I will be adding to this list as I write new posts.) Although I have sorted them by category, categories are not mutually exclusive. An Artsy activity can easily filed under Motor Skills, or a Geometry activity under Science.
For kids to put in pockets in big crowds. Iphone app to track them if you get separated. Also uses GPS to track your keys, phone, dog, etc. Useful!
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Keyring -sized GPS with iPhone app for tracking it; could be good for kids if going into a crowed place. This could keep track of anything including keys.
Never lose your kids with this keyring -sized GPS with iPhone app for tracking it; could be good if going into a crowed place. This could keep track of anything including keys. | This will be perfect for Disney! Little people and big crowds make a very nervous mom!
Strategies to make lessons fun and entertaining are covered in these 100 blog posts
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Big baby boy making pretty pictures with chalk.Brand names on the chalk have been smudged out.
Some of the most appealing characteristics of toddlers are their eagerness to help and their ability to learn things quickly.
Could you use some cool summer photo ideas? Make some memories with your family...and preserve the memories for a lifetime.
100 easy lessons to teach your toddler - Omaha.com: Blogs
Crocodile Stitch Booties (Baby) by bonitapatterns - Craftsy
These booties are so VERY cool.
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Cute baby boots! ~~~Crocodile Stitch Crochet Baby Booties
Crocodile Stitch Crochet Baby Booties. lil rainbow brite!!
CROCHET BABY BOOTIES!!! baby shoes are the cutest :)
crocheted baby booties- #Cute Baby #baby boy #baby girl| http://ilovelovelybabies111.blogspot.com
Crocodile Stitch Crochet Baby Booties - Knitting Patterns and Crochet Patterns from KnitPicks.com
Potty-training advice that is actually sensible!
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7 Tips for Stress Free Potty Training. Not the same old advice... I decided to do the foot work of copying and pasting but feel free to go to the site she has some other great tips for everyday living and occasions :) (From the link) Okay, this should really be titled low stress potty learning, but you get the idea. I have hesitated to offer parenting advice on this site because, first of all, I firmly believe that having a child does not make you an expert in child rearing. So here's a little background on me: before I became a mother, I was a professional nanny specializing in infant and toddler care. In other words, this isn't my first rodeo. Furthermore, I just wanted to share what has worked for me in the hopes that it will help someone else. I personally hate unsolicited advice, but I have also found myself googling for parenting information, so if you are searching for some potty training tips please read on. Jude was totally potty trained (expect for sleeping) at 21 months, here's what worked for us: 1. Use Cloth Diapers. Cloth diapers make it easier for your toddler to feel when they are wet, which helps them make the connection between the urge to go and going. Furthermore, as the parent of a cloth diapered child, you will be just as happy to wipe up the floor in lieu of more laundry. If you haven't been cloth diapering, that's okay, consider a switch to cloth pull ups, it will really help and save you some cash. 2. Start early. This is a key principle in Montessori Toilet Learning and Elimination Communication for a reason, it works. When you introduce the potty early they learn to use it before they realize it can be a power play issue. Plus, if you have the potty around and available from an early age, it isn't a foreign (i.e. scary) object. At seventeen months Jude was regularly sitting on the potty (often still clothed) when mommy went, just getting a feel for it. At nineteen months he was already using the potty consistently. 3. Naked time and the traveling potty. When you start early, pulling down pants and getting on a big toilet are very challenging prospects. Spending as much time naked, with a small potty near by, really helps them make the connection and reduces accidents. We spent a lot of time outside, and when we saw him start to go we just stuck him on the potty; he figured it out fairly quickly. Furthermore, going poop outside of a diaper can be daunting, and it is much easier if the little one can try without missing out on all the action. For us, that meant we brought his potty into the living room. 4. No rewards beyond verbal encouragement. Going potty should not be a bribery- induced endeavour. It's just what we do. When done successfully, positive re-enforcement is great: "Great job, you went pee in the potty!" And when it doesn't work out, it's no big deal, "Oops, pee goes in the potty." (And when Jude decided peeing on the floor was fun, I enlisted his help in cleaning it up. That solved that.) 5. Be consistent and casual. Remember, your toddler is learning a new skill, and the best way to do that is through repetition. Lots of trying, lots of patience. Accidents are just a part of the learning process. Try not to put undue pressure on your child or yourself. What's the worst that can happen if your little one refuses to sit on the potty for some reason? A little mess, it's really not worth forcing them on the potty and turning it into a power struggle. If you freak out, so will your child. 6. Ease into going out and going to sleep without a diaper. It's much harder to make it to the potty in a public place, don't put that stress on yourself or your kid until they have shown they can successfully tell you they need to go and hold it. (Boy tip: stand them on the public toilet seat and let them go from a standing position.) Dry naps and nights are the last to come. I would personally rather use one diaper a day in exchange for 10 hours of uninterrupted sleep. 7. Every child is different. You may not be a child expert, but you are an expert on your own child. Follow your intuition and you will find what works best for you and your family.
7 Tips for Stress Free Potty Training! This almost exactly what we do & potty time is a fun celabration not a huge fighting of wills!
Top 5 Strategies for Encouraging Kids’ Good Behavior
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Boys Town's Five Ways to Successfully Promote Your Kids' Good Behavior
10 dangerous toys
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For little man
Sesame Street Playskool LET'S ROCK Elmo
Six things you should know about children’s naps
These little sandals are super simple! Download the pattern from my Etsy shop, then watch the step-by-step tutorial video. You can’t go wrong when you follow along!
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These little sandals are super simple! Download the pattern from my Etsy shop, then watch the step-by-step tutorial video.
Reference for kid's teething. @Krystal Jepson...hopefully this gives you a heads up!
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Teeth chart for kids
Teething Time Line