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    Repurposing the Snap-and-Go stroller. This was a good investment on several levels. Its easy to use, compatible with lots of strollers, easy to lend, and has a life after its regular use.

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    I LOVE THIS!!!!! What an amazing idea!!! (lots of others too!!)

    I let my son affix the decorative stickers to his wall. It's good for him on a lot of levels. This only works if you are ok with things not being "perfect".

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    Swim Life. A few things to make life in an HOA pool more fun. 1) spare diapers - when your kid grows out of a size; 2) a bin of magazines 3) a laundry bag for pool gear. This one hangs in the garage.

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    Use toy chain links and mesh bags for laundry. Close snaps on bras before washing, then use a chain link to hang it. Sorting small socks into bags is a pretty standard practice. The final tip is to hold hangers together using a link. Both of these items are low cost and have flexible uses.

    I submitted this idea to Parent's magazine for the It Worked For Me column ( Everyone should have a rake that they keep along side their toys. The box is a sweater box from the Container Store. I love these boxes: they are big, portable, clear, stackable, and can be repurposed in an amazing variety of ways. #organizedhappy

    I used copper spray paint to update our front door. I recommend doing this on a cool day; the heat impacted the paint quality. Source Idea:

    I was going to make cascarones, but the thought of confetti everywhere made me nauseous. So I just made empty eggs. rather than use air to blow the yolks out, I used a chopstick to break the yolk and empty the eggs. I had two bowls to wash the eggs: first in cold, then in warm. I let them dry for a day. My son is only four, so we let him choose two colors to dye the eggs to keep it simple. Overall not too bad of a craft..


    I was inspired by craft ideas from the Woman's Day magazine and a friend's recommendation to hang bells on the tree. This project was inexpensive and simple. My son did not help me make the decorations but he did put them on the tree. I also used the poinsettias to make a felt chain for the tree. Very Old School.

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    My contribution to the #tealpumpkinproject. The light is battery operated and I had one on hand. The pumpkin was $1.

    For baby #2 I packed these things for the hospital: a stiff pillow for propping; sleeping bras; a comfy dress that worked for nursing and pictures (this made me feel much better after the frump of pregnancy and hospital gowns); and a Boppy. All of this in bag #2 - kept in the car until needed. The list is from greatexpectations.... I didn't take the tea with me -- but I had it on hand at home. Best advice I got? Tell the hospital that you want lactation help when you arrive! Product links in this board.