Use a swimming noodle, under a fitted sheet. to keep a toddler from rolling off of the bed.

Cut a pool noodle open and wrap it around the casters on the bed; no more bruised and broken toes!

For later toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take. Great for potty training!

Inexpensive Toddler Proof Door Stopper - use a pool noodle! No more shutting doors or smashed fingers :)

"Whenever we have play dates, the ball pit is one of the most popular hangouts in the playroom. Seriously the kids LOVE it! We've had this ball pit since Jake was 6 months old and it's still one of his favorite toys. You can easily make your own with an inflatable swimming pool and pit balls (we used 200). "

Diy rail teething guard using foam noodle... Awesome!

pick up an old coffee table from salvation army and paint with chalkboard paint. Genius.

seat cover playthings...probably the best idea ever!

Pool Noodle Car Door Guard

Use a pool noodle to keep your toddler from falling out of bed..what a great idea!

Shoe holder for barbies?? Genius!

Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12) Genius!

Real life example... (put pool noodle @ edge of bed under fitted sheet to keep toddler in bed...& not on floor)

Genius!! For all my friends with BOYS! paint a flip-top case from Hobby Lobby, glue on LEGO base, store LEGOs inside...take it on the road!

From Crib to Toddler Bed: 6 Tips for a Smooth Transition - will need this at some point

Treat box for travelling. one per kid, no refills. Awesome @Gloria Hunsberger @Amelia Nolen

Make each child a book of their quotes!

Ways to Use a $1.00 Cookie Sheet for Hours of Travel Fun! at playdatecrashers.com

Toddler busy bag ideas.

Turning Toddler Scribbles into Art...how cool! :)

tooth fairy pillow!