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Setting Up a Playroom So your Child will Play with Their Toys!

Get the playroom organized so your child will actually play with their toys! Some great tips here!

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Successfully potty train your child in JUST 3 DAYS! I followed this method and my child was 100% trained by the end of day 3- I can not believe how well this works!

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Pick Up The Toys!

How one mom got her child to pick up his toys without nagging. Brilliant!!

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11 Tips To Get Your Child To Eat Vegetables - What are yours?

11 Tips To Get Your Child To Eat Vegetables

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Is your child’s development on track?

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Photo Alarm Clock to Help Children Sleep Better

Bedtime tips for parents from sleep expert Leann Latus at #tendertransitions #kidssleep #parenting

for the to raise a happy child... absolutely awesome pic showing what type of child you have and how to meet there needs by the way they express themselves.. soo helpful as another perspective on things

Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party!

Homemade baby and toddler safe sensory paint. Ingredients are common household staples and are safe for babies and toddlers to taste. When fresh the paint is perfect for finger painting. After sitting for awhile the paint is a colorful, ooey sensory material. It's inexpensive to make and easy to clean!

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Jack’s Yearly Interview

20 questions to ask your child every year on their birthday