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DIY cover for baby swing

How to re-cover lots of things, bouncy seats, bassinets, high chairs, etc. (but DON'T re-cover car seats!!!!)

diy carseat cover. Mine is so ugly.... Nautical stripes maybe?

DIY Co-sleeper made from a $69.99 IKEA crib!

Wow- to re-upholster the baby glider- great idea! I wish I new this before I had my kids. I looked everywhere for a new cover!

Closest organization for Baby

To calm a baby that needs comfort, fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give baby a few pats with it, then leave it on the baby's back and slip quietly away. I wish I had known about this during all those years of patting and patting and patting and patting...what a great idea!

12 DIY things to make before baby arrives!

Sweet Paul's DIY Pacifier on a String - perfect handmade gift for a baby shower!

Daddy, Mommy, and Baby!

Scrapbook Ornament: Baby's 1st. A great way to use newborn goodies.

safe co-sleeper ideas - http://babyology.com.au/maternity/three-in-the-bed-a-safe-co-sleeping-round-up.html

How to re-cover a stroller- this is a great idea if you use the same stroller for every baby.

DIY sling - two rings, long strip of fabric...this is great b/c you can pick super cute fabric! I'll be glad I pinned this one day

Give your knees a break with the Rub-A-Dub Tubside Mat! It makes bathtime a breeze, with a comfy cushion and a pocket that gives you easy access to your tot’s toiletries. Velcro tabs allow it to fold up when not in use, while suction cups keep it place.

Small Sprouts: This site has super cute carseat covers

A Real Arm Saver – DIY Infant Carrier Handle Cover. @Lori Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Bearden Hensler

So Cute! 'If I Were a Fox' Book.

Most amazing find on Pinterest so far! DIY nursing tank top - so much better than buying the expensive ones.