*Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring- red and green would be great around christmas! (be careful not to let the food coloring escape!), once frozen cut the balloons off and voila! Look like giant marbles :)
Use a laundry basket in the bath tub for the baby. It keeps the baby and the toys in a small space. The baby is less likely to slip under the water or hit head on the hard side. After bath just lift and all the toys are in the basket!
When wash your baby's hair, water will not run to the baby's face. To prevent the shampoo & water touches the baby's face and eye, and pour in ear. Make the shampoo a funny experience for the kids. Adjustable bath hat for kids ,children,etc.
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Diy Cardboard Slide ~When I was a kid, we did this! ***One improvement: make the cardboard about a foot narrower than the stair width, so that there is space for the kids to climb up on the stairs rather than the cardboard slide.
Slowcooker Ranch Butter Mushrooms: 1 pound fresh mushrooms cup butter, melted 1 envelope Ranch salad dressing mix Put mushrooms in a crock pot. Mix melted butter with ranch dressing mix. Pour over the mushrooms & cook on low 3 to 4 hours.
Favorite Part of this is to make a stepping stone path. HOW: cup salt, cup flour, cup (give or take) water. Knead until dough forms. Make impression. Bake at 200 for 3 hours. Do every summer and make a stepping stone path :) What a cute idea!
Alphabet Coloring Pages - great idea for baby shower! Print all the letters on cardstock or heavier paper. Have guests color the pages anyway they like and sign a message for baby on the back. Have the pages laminated and bound into a keepsake book!
How to keep a child busy for hours in the summer: DIY: Giant Ice Cube Awesomeness - filled with plastic animals, dinos, and such. And I'm sure you could put in food dye before its frozen to color it like the ice block in the photo.