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    Your child receives a quarter each time he helps out. Then he can "buy" from the house "store." Teach him about money & responsibility.

    #Potty #Training Hints and Helps www.jellibeanjour...

    Great reward system for children

    Sugar for Breakfast: Children's Reward Charts {potty & behavior}

    Time-Out Chair

    Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

    A must for mommas

    Finally a website with little boy crafts!! Must explore some more when I have time.

    Starting with age 5, have a family rule that your child makes their bed every day--and then don't fix their work. Let them struggle and feel proud of their efforts--you'll be surprised how quickly they get good at it! It will be a habit before long and your home will be neater, too! * This post has 100+ ideas to help you tame the chaos in your home (and your life)--this is just one tip! #organize #harvardhomemaker

    cool for a nursery but also to teach your child about money

    20+ Chores for Tots, with tips for making little hands helpful.

    Quiet Boxes: A great solution for when your child stops napping!

    Daddy Kisses. Every night we eat a kiss and when they are all gone it is time for Daddy to come home! A great way to help small children visualize the length of time until Daddy comes home from a deployment. Also would be great for men who work away.

    DIY Childrens grocery store. awwww...

    Good deed cards. It's been said the fastest way to change a child's behavior to to catch them in the act of doing good. www.4men1lady.com (Printed on my ZINK hAppy printer).

    Tips for Reading With Newborns to Age 5 - Growing Book by Book

    Chore Blocks

    Babysitter box- like the idea for a babysitter coming to your home for their first time!

    A “SlumberSling” solves the problem of heavy heads and sore necks during nap time. | 31 Products Every Parent Of A Growing Child Will Want

    A great way to document all the milestones of a child's 1st year of life.

    Use a shoe caddy to store games and snacks on a long road trip.