DIY Trivet from Wooden Beads

Make a super easy DIY trivet using wooden beads! This large coaster takes five minutes to make, can be made by young kids too, making it a practical kid-made gift idea. It's also durable and the wooden beads makes this wooden trivet really work to protect your surface! Perfect mother's day gift, or to make for yourself.

Years ago, I made a super easy DIY trivet from wooden beads. It took literally minutes, and I’ve been using it for years because it’s durable, easy to store, and practical. The youngest in your family can help with this easy…

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Potty Training Reward Charts and Awards

These potty training chart printables, rewards system, and awards are the perfect positive reinforcement for potty training boys and girls! It's great for difficult toddlers and preschoolers and for learning to pee and poop, along with every other stage of toilet training a 2 year old or 3 year old!

  I created this amazing bundle of potty training reward charts, awards, and other cool printables for all of you who want that extra incentive to get things going faster…. Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links.       For…

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Free Printable After School Routine Planners

Get control over your preschooler's after school routine with these fun free printable after school routine planners! Two versions - one for toddlers and preschool and one for grade school kids - this parenting organization printable will help you plan ahead!

  I hope you love these free printable after school routine planners – they really help keep things calm and organized! I’m sharing Teddy Soft Bakes in my life as part of a sponsored series for Socialstars™” #myfirstTeddy #discoverTeddy –…

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Lipstick Resist Process Art Activity

Whaat? Coloring with lipstick?! But it's really fun... This lipstick resist process art activity is fun for preschool and toddlers, or even bigger kids. Might seem like a fun art project for girls but I actually did it with my boy and he loved it.

Having a 3-year-old on vacation can lead to pretty desperate measures, which is why we came up with some super weird activities that impressed even my finicky little monster. This lipstick resist process art activity was a huge hit so…

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DIY No-Sew Monster T-Shirt

Make this quick and easy adorable DIY monster t-shirt! I love the purple tie die and it's a great DIY tee for toddlers and preschoolers. This felt monster shirt for kids is an awesome and easy shirt idea to try and a great way to upcycle an old stained tee.

I love no-sew tee upgrades, and this monster t-shirt is right up my alley! I made it for M when he needed to wear a purple shirt because it was “purple day” in preschool, but he didn’t have one. I…

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Free Printable Sandwich Envelopes

I use these free printable sandwich envelopes as a recyclable alternative to sandwich bags - plus my son loves them! They are a really great way for moms to make lunch a little more fun and special. You can use these free printable square envelopes for note cards and staionery too - one has a fun typography message and one has pretty mandala art on it.

I am thrilled to be partnering once again with Smucker’s Uncrustables to bring you these fun and beautiful free printable sandwich envelopes. They are really easy to put together, and are a great recyclable alternative to plastic sandwich bags.  …

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Common Potty Training Mistakes

If you've tried everything with potty training your toddler or preschooler, you've followed all the potty training tips, and you're stuck, you may be making some common potty training mistakes. I made many of these mistakes and decided to open up and share them with fellow parents who are struggling to toilet train a three year old. These parenting tips apply to potty training boys and girls!

If you’re struggling with potty training your toddler (or even preschooler!) you may be making one of the common potty training mistakes that I made. Yep, I made every single one of these and I’m sharing it with you so…

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