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Cute idea- every time you measure your child, write down what they want to be when they grow up.

A yearly photo of your child with their favourite book at the time. As they grow and change their favourite book would change too.

It's THEIR cake, not Martha Stewart's. Use white fondant to cover your cake and give your child food markers to decorate their cake. Imagine doing this every year and seeing (in pictures) how your child develops.

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The Best Tantrum Tricks

Tantrum tamers! Here are the top 12 ways to manage your child's meltdowns. Such helpful advice for moms who need help with toddler discipline.

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Round Up - Issue 10 October 2013

What a cute idea to have a common object in every month's photo to see how big your child has grown the first year.

Lovely idea of writing a letter to your child each year & sealing it in an envelope with some money. Save envelopes up & present them all at 18-years-old :o)

7 things not to say to your toddler and suggestions on what to say instead... I wish everyone who deals with a child at anytime would read this! When you tell a child "no", "stop that", "don't do that" all day... I would tune you out too!!!

Fill a glove with beans, pearled barley, rice, etc...give a few pats and slip quietly away. Rated 5. Via another pinner: This was a LIFESAVER when my daughter was an infant. She went through a phase where she needed my hand on her back to go to sleep. I also needed to do...oh, everything! This was the solution I came up with on my own and it worked like a charm. I would nuke mine in the microwave to make it warm and helped soothe her too. I HIGHLY RECCOMEND this for anyone with an infant in…

Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large t-shirt. Take a picture each year with the same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party!

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10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear

10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear.