Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bottle Tether

Save your back by tethering your child’s bottle to the food tray using a suction cup. No more swipes, mess and backbreaking work of picking up flung away bottles.  Images from: http://goo.gl/qQIVQc

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Finger Savers

If you have excess pool noodle hanging around, cut them up into small sections, and slit the middle. Jar them into door edges and save the little fingers from nasty door slamming accidents. Images from: http://goo.gl/RauHKM

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Anti Spill

Is your little one constantly filling up your laundry load or really testing your limits. Prevent Them From Over-Squeezing Juice Boxes by Teaching Them to Hold the Drink by The Side Flaps. Images from: http://goo.gl/jjfrRB

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Hybrid Strollers

For Dads and child to bond, invest in a hybrid baby stroller, kick scooter and let daddies go crazy taking the little ones out. Just remember to bundle him/her nice and tight. Images from: http://goo.gl/aYnHiL

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Spray Paint

Getting bored of using brushes to paint? Get creative with some recycled spray bottles! It’s frugal and really fun! Parents please note that this activity can be really messy and it’s best to take it outdoor! You will need: –        Empty spray bottles –        Washable paint –        Butcher paper   How to do it: Step …

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Toilet Seat Cover

Take an old pair of sports socks and loop is through the toilet bowl to provide cheap padding and ‘warmth’ for your toddler to sit on. Image from: http://goo.gl/IMTfJM

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Bib Holder

Stick a 3M Command Hook on the back of the highchair to hold baby bibs and it will never be out of reach for food time. Image from: http://goo.gl/8ePuCD

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Six Ways to Teach your Child Responsibility

  Although I intend this article for children, I have to admit that many adults may still learn from my message. Teaching responsibility is not just for kids. It’s pressing to pass on this important trait while young—when the mind can still be molded and when the heart is still thirsty for change. What are the six …

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My Face

This activity will allow your child to identify and recognize emotions with varying facial features.

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