sarahxsarahx Hi Darling. Your crazy is showing. You might want to tuck that back in.
maikomaiko Lots of science experiments you can do with your kids, from preschool to elementary school. from Creekside Learning
suzettesuzette Discover what your spouse remembers about your lives together so far. You might be surprised what you remember differently! FREE Printables
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carlenecarlene Hands to Remember---trace your child's hand every first day of school. Wish I'd done this from the beginning :-/
eliseelise this is what they are doing in your walls...and you might check that your little blue bear is in your hutch! :D heh heh...
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sarahxsarahx Are you going away for Christmas? Is your little one worried Santa might not find him? Santa has a Letter for that!!
catrulzcatrulz Holding back your feelings may save you from others, but it will never save you from yourself.
normanorma Cloud Dough (the stuff at hands on museums) 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but
JYLLIAN210JYLLIAN210 1. Back Fly This exercise for muffin top requires a special stand, one that allows you to bend forward at the waist while keeping your
shyflyshyfly Crispy Salt and Pepper French Toast by aliyaleekong: This easy recipe might make you turn your back on sweet french toast forever.
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gretagreta Cloud Dough (the stuff at hands on museums) 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but
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williewillie This pack include 20 hands on, engaging literacy activities for you kids. Your kids will have a blast learning from this farm-themed unit!
lavonnelavonne make your own paint swatches from your leftover paint to remember which room is painted what color. also allows you to take them with you
brendaqbrendaq Children's Book Clock
If you use your imagination, you can turn almost anything into a clock with an $8 kit from klockit.com. Assembling a
nettienettie Cloud Dough (the stuff at hands on museums) 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but it's
mandymandy You can put a pail or basket of these 3" wide cute brushes on the way back from the beach or on your porch so your friends and guests can
tisi5170tisi5170 The perfect Summer photo prop hat for your newborn baby! Looks like you just retrieved your little one from the watermelon patch. :o) The
christachrista Ransom box: If you leave your stuff out after 1 warning, mom puts it inside this box and you can't get it back until you draw a job from
roseannroseann "Mystery Basket" Fill a basket with baby safe items from around the house to let your little one explore them with their senses. You
maudemaude here's a little how to (with some help from blueprint's may '06 issue):
1. once you have chosen your image (preferably a digital one).
stellastella The Storymatic: Like an old-fashioned game of Exquisite Corpse, the Storymatic is the new must have game for your holiday party this season. Players draw two gold cards to find their characters, a person "with a large scar," "who has never left the city," and then a white situation card: "batteries are dead." Let your imagination go from there. Literally trillions of stories can begin with these simple prompts. Use to create a fun parlor game, or on your own when you need a little antidote to writer's block - $35
DaisyCombridgeDaisyCombridge Nothing’s more radiant than a little gradient, so fade into Spring and tone up your wardrobe with a look that’s anything but shady. The ombre trend has spread from tresses to dresses, as seen in this season’s to-dye-for designs from Band of Outsiders, Theyskens’ Theory and Margiella. Tell your own short story by adding a splash of color to j’amazing lace! To create: Start at the hem of your shorts and spray black fabric paint about four inches up. Add extra coats of paint closer to the hem, keeping the top clean and paint-free. Use a piece of paper to repel and block paint as you work your way up. Continue spraying, concentrating more on the bottom, until you achieve the desired ombre effect. Repeat on the reverse side, then hang until completely dry.P.S.- Click here to watch the How To Video!
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