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Build a Fort

-*+I haven’t done a fort with J for well over a year. Seriously, what’s wrong with me? I LOVE forts. We’ve recently been trapped inside the house due to the cold, sickness, and not wanting to get Baby E out. And yes…it feels a bit like we’re trapped. So, I decided that a fort would …
  • Doug Gregory

    With a couple of sheets and other random items could be a good indoor cabin activity on a rainy day.

  • Kaplan University

    Building a fort with your children can spark imagination and provide hours of fun!

  • Kat Strickland🐾

    This is good especially if were babysitting boys!

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