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Design Mom’s 6 Secrets for a Smooth Move. I love the box-labeling system, though I have never been able to execute it. Each of my many moves seems to involve several boxes of “miscellaneous” things I waited too long to pack.

20 Modern Valentine’s Day Projects from Tater Tots and Jello

Animal Cardigan

“Make a list of things that make you happy. Make a list of things you do every day. Compare the lists. Adjust accordingly.” -Dallas Clayton

Eleanor Roosevelt’s family

The wooden bead clothes-hanging line has been featured before, but it’s getting another mention for being super popular. I pinned it from Mommo, and I wish I could find the original source. I think this would be a fun and easy DIY for dress-ups, or for keepsakes like ballet slippers.

“The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind.” -Maria Montessori, poster on Teachers Pay Teachers

Inside Out Magazine’s feature of a modern little girl’s bedroom. That bed head is Queen Petal by The Family Love Tree.

Maca Cacao Hot Chocolate from Love and Lemons

 

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Winter Clothes for Kids

While shopping for some winter clothes for my kids, I found such adorable new must-haves that I had to share. I only chose the softest and kid-friendliest cold-weather basics that I was sure would get approval from both kids and parents. Here are my finds for little girls and boys (6 years and up), and in another post I’ve got toddlers covered.

My 6-year-old, Alexandra, will wear dresses but not pants (not even sweatpants!), and tights but not socks. That makes her winter wardrobe straightforward: long-sleeved dresses and thick tights. But for those of you who can get your kid to wear pants, check out these picks.

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Winter Clothes for Toddlers

While shopping for some winter clothes for my kids, I found such adorable new must-haves that I had to share. I chose only the softest and kid-friendliest cold-weather basics that I was sure would get approval from both kids and parents. Here are my finds for toddler girls and boys, and in another post I’ve got kids 6 years+ covered.

 

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