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I'd love some tips! My kiddos ae so young that they can't help much, but I'd love some organizing tips!!! And I use all recipes too, I love that website! Kraftfoods.com is cool too for simple recipes and great casseroles...
Ashley, pre-RN student, birth doula and busy SAHM to Brianne 6, Colin 5, Kylie 4,
Bryson 2,and our lil man Noah Alexander turns one year on 7/5/10!
I'd love some tips! My kiddos ae so young that they can't help much, but I'd love some organizing tips!!! And I use all recipes too, I love that website! Kraftfoods.com is cool too for simple recipes and great casseroles...[/b]
those hanging things with the days of week for clothes are GREAT for little ones.
different colored towels,wash rags,cups,tooth brushes,ect per child work great
low hooks so they get use to hanging their towel and the same for coats
a rainy day box of toys that only comes out when it rains or on those oh so tired days(make sure it has something they LOVE that involves imagination)at my grandmas as a little girl it was a fisher price dollhouse
a bench with inside storage is great to hide the pile of shoes by the door
get a laundry basket per person----throw stuff from around the house in each basket and then that person puts it away(for younger ones do per bedroom so its easily put away w/o doing it a peice at the time