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Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what they're saving for. This would also be cool for the kids, to teach them to save for something.

I love this idea. Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what they're saving for. This would also be cool for the kids, to teach them to save for something. I think I will frame a picture of my sofa I want to save for. Good idea not just for kids.

One of our favorite snowy day (or any day!) projects is building a fort—it doesn’t require any crazy supplies and keeps the kids occupied for hours. We’ve gathered up some seriously wow-worthy indoor forts to inspire your next creation. Grab your pajamas and your pillows and get...

20 Epic Indoor Forts You’ll Want to Live In

wish I had thought of this when my kids were small. We used kitchen chairs.Using tension rods to make a tent in the hallway for the kids, instead of dragging out all the kitchen chairs. I like this idea!

What a cute back to school treat for the kids!

The Creative Collection Link Party

20 Hacks for the home

Melted Bead Projects to Create with Children

Great round-up to make your life easier or more fun - 20 hacks for moms. Share your mommy hacks with us below!

This is a good way to get your children to help out around the house    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=618901594806599=a.565419626821463.145026.565415993488493=1_count=1

Magnetic Chore Chart - Love the idea of the kids picking what chores they want for the day

Family Dry Erase Book. Great way to entertain kids.

All for the Boys - DIY Dry Erase Book great for sick days, travel, writing practice, games etc.with the WASHABLE dry erase markers

First Day of School Photo Ideas

I’m Feeling Inspired – Back To School Photos

Every school year take another picture and watch the changes. I will try and remember this idea, when I have kids.

If i ever own legos i will do this! Lego mat - cinches up to a bag. Genius

Lego mat - cinches up to a bag.no stepping on leftover legos, right? What a great idea not just for legos. Yvette this would solve our problem of stepping all over legos our boys leave out!

Fill a bottle with 3/4 water, one bottle of glitter glue, & ultra fine glitter. Then send this bottle with your child to timeout and they can watch it settle to calm them. Once the glitter is settled their time is up!  Wow this is such a good idea! If they mess with the bottle their time out time is longer.

Calm-down & time-out bottles: Fill a bottle full of water. Add one bottle of glitter glue & ultra fine glitter. Send this bottle with your child to timeout - to watch it settle and calm him/her. Once the glitter has settled, time-out is up!

DIY time out chair (make with 2 liter bottles! GENIUS!) This is an awesome idea!

Make Your Own Sand-Filled Time Out Stool

Time-out hourglass stool that shows when timeout is over; the sand runs out. You can use clear soda bottles and a wooden bead in between. But for prom deco, not time out.

a mother's 10 best secrets for finding magic in mommy-hood.  Lots of great ideas. #organization #mommy

good ideas in here if only I would actually do it! a mother's 10 best secrets for finding magic in mommy-hood. One of the best lists I've read. Going to implement some of these! This list is amazing!

Modern Mommy: Make it Monday: DIY Craft Storage Containers

24 Awesome Ways to Reuse Baby Wipes Containers. I do use my baby wipe containers for crayons and markers but they don't look this cute!

Birthday book

Turn cards into a "book" for your child or grandchild to read.what an awesome clever idea---going to do this with baby shower cards

Light Cave... Just poke holes in a large card board box  push thru the bulbs on a string of Christmas lights.. Then add a few blankets  a pillow

*****put on cardboard castle******* ____OR Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest nook and play area for your little ones!

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