I love these. I'm of the belief that constantly saying "no" means kids just tune you out, which is a problem when something is actually dangerous or not a good idea. What other alternatives to "no" do you use with your kids? via One Mother to Another
This was so helpful! How to make kids school memory boxes--awesome way to save kids artwork and kids school papers without all those piles! Love this organizing system!
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HOMEMADE yogurt melts for baby! So much cheaper and healthier than graduates yogurt melts.
Remembering the day my daugther ran into the house from playing outside with dad, came straight to me, signed "eat/hungry/food" and then ran towards the kitchen. She was right around one year old, already talking up a storm and it wasn't her first big signing experience, but it was the funniest, sweetest in my mind. Baby sign language was a great experience for us. I especially appreciated understanding clearly when she wanted "more" and when she was "all done" in regards to eating. <3