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I would Have hated this when I was little!!

Time-out hourglass stool that shows when timeout is over; the sand runs out. You can use clear soda bottles and a wooden bead in between. But for prom deco, not time out.

I would definitely buy this "Piggyback Rider" for my kids when I become a parent!

I would definitely buy this "Piggyback Rider" for my kids when I become a father!

y out to a theme park and ended up holding your worn out kids? Well, piggy back rides will have a whole new meaning after you check out this standing child carrier. The kids won't be complaining and will probably have a whole lot of fun.

Class of 2025- Love this idea!!

Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party!-love this idea too bad mine are way beyond kindergarten

como anillo al dedo para Naomi y Adriel Shame face! LOVE!

Funny pictures about This mom deserves a medal. Oh, and cool pics about This mom deserves a medal. Also, This mom deserves a medal.

Teaching Toddlers Patience--practical suggestions (and distracting them isnt one of them)! Awesome awesome site with behavior advice for parents

Dr. B Teaches Toddlers Patience (It's About Time!!!)

Teaching Toddlers Patience--practical suggestions (and distracting them isn't one of them)! Awesome awesome site with behavior advice for parents. Written for toddlers but would be beneficial for some PreK kiddos!

Poke holes in a cardboard box- push a string of colorful Christmas light through the holes- AWESOME fort and reading nook for kids!

*****put on cardboard castle******* ____OR Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest nook and play area for your little ones!

Tape a word on canvas. Let your child finger paint over it. When dry, remove tape and hang. Capri’s Valentine Craft

Capri’s Valentine Craft

Cute Fingerpainting idea- tape a word on canvas, have kiddo paint, remove tape when dry. Edible fingerpaint recipe on the same page. Love it!

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Early Elementary Activities

Infant Activities

the stay-at-home-mom survival guide: infant activities (best list i've seen)- wish I had seen this sooner! (good ideas if you're a working mom too!

Face your child and stand 2 or 3 feet away from him. Place right foot on the inside of left leg, then hold his hands. Tell your child to place his left foot on the inside of his right leg. Bend standing knee and lightly jump in place; switch legs and repeat for 10 to 30 seconds.

Yoga for Better Behavior

8 itty bitty yoga poses to help kids calm from tantrums, burn energy, and sleep better.-- the boys love doing yoga with me

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