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Hairstyles For Girls - Hair Styles - Braiding - Princess Hairstyles 7 things you should make, not buy: Toys Interested in uplifting stories on the natural world, sustainable communities, simple food, and new thinking on how to live well? Please enter a valid email address and try again! No thanks 100 Best Blogs for Parenting Advice Nurse Practitioner Schools Parenting is likely one of the most challenging, yet most rewarding jobs anyone can do. While it takes experience to find your way as a parent, there will certainly be times when you seek advice from those with a little more experience than you. Thankfully, there are plenty of parents and experts willing to share their advice via their blogs. General Parenting Advice These blogs offer great advice on parenting in general, with topics that range from pregnancy to teens and everywhere in between. Child Caring. Expectant Parents, Babies, and Toddlers Pregnancy and starting on the parenting journey fills many with tons of questions. Best Birth. Parents of Older Children and Teens Advice for parents of older children and teens looks much different from the advice for parents just starting out. A Household Blog. Specific Parenting Issues Mama PhD. Father's Advice Find out what these fathers have to offer about parenting from the male perspective. Family Man. Activities to Do with Your Kids Nutrition

Terrarium Centerpieces  The other week, my good friend Stephanie and I planned out a craft weekend. Our mission: Terrariums. Not the kind you keep lizards in, but the kind you can seal up and watch the moss grow. It was fun, cheap, and easy, and while we were creating them I realized how awesome they would be as centerpieces at a wedding. Terrariums are meant to be long lasting, so you can even make some months before the wedding and still have them thriving in time for the big day. So lets get down to the nitty-gritty of how you can actually make them: Step 1: Materials • Glass containers in whatever size you heart most. • Good dirt and rocks. • Figurines or decorative rocks to place inside. • Horticultural Charcoal. • Moss (another one of those things you can find outside, but can also order if you don’t live somewhere it doesn’t grow naturally). • Spray bottle (for misting after wards). Step 2: Wash out your containers and rocks (you never know what animal has probably peed on them outside). - Paula Hayes

Talking Money: The 4 S's - The Village My son turned eight last money and my husband and I treated him to a day out in London while my daughter was at nursery. It was a great opportunity for some quality time, as I believe that parents should spent time with their children individually as well as together. It also gave us the chance to teach him an important life lesson: the value of money. My son if a typical child; in his mind his wants are often confused with his needs. But there are four areas, when it comes to money, that all children need to learn. My son’s birthday is nine days after Christmas so it’s always a time of year when he feels like he’s hit the jackpot. TALKING MONEY: THE 4 S’sSURVIVING – money for things that we can’t live withoutSAVING – money for surviving in the futureSHARING – money to help others surviveSELF – money that turns surviving into living To cover surviving, I took out £10 to buy him some new underwear, which he desperately needed. It was such a simple exercise, but it worked. Nope! Like this:

35 Best Websites for Free Educational Videos What are the best websites to watch educational videos? Here are over 35 websites to watch thousands of educational videos covering business, science, health, technology, math, social studies, arts and more. Please bookmark this page or share it if you find this article useful. 1. 5min Offers short, practical how to videos, instructional videos and DIY solutions. 2. A large collection of educational video lectures from the world’s top scholars. 3. Blogs, articles and videos from the world’s top thinkers and leaders. 4. Animated science, health, technology, math, social studies, arts & music videos. 5. Offers thousands of free math and science videos. 6. Features interviews with America’s best thinkers, writers, politicians, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and more. 7. 30,000 video segments from Discovery Education. 8. Provides video lectures, courses, documentaries, books, quizzes, lecture notes and much more. 9. 10. 11. 12. Professional and user-generated how-to educational videos.

Dear Noah: Please Be Happy — Early Mama Dear Noah, I could fill an entire book with hopes and lessons and wishes for you. Like for you to be generous, kind, open-minded. For you to be passionate, curious, strong-willed, opinionated. Someone who stands up for the underdog, asks questions, never settles. Someone who reads books, loves fearlessly, cleans his room. But more than anything else, I want you to know how to be happy. But I know it won't always be like that. This is a really hard lesson to live -- a lesson that some people never learn. And ultimately it's up to you. I struggle with this as much as anyone else (being ambitious, competitive, driven), but my life drastically improved when I decided to actively be happy, even when I could easily be miserable. So please be happy, my love. I love you forever, Mommmy

11 Important Baby Cues One of the most frustrating parts of being a new parent is feeling clueless about your baby's wants and needs. Does a soft, whimpering cry mean he's got a wet diaper -- or that he's getting hungry? What about a loud screech? And forget about crying for a moment -- what does it mean when your baby rubs her ears, or flails her arms around? Babies communicate long before they say their first words, says Linda Acredolo, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology at University of California, Davis, and author of Baby Signs. MAKING FACES Little frowns, wrinkled foreheads -- your baby's expressions can be fleeting and easy to miss, admits David Hill, M.D., adjunct assistant professor of pediatrics at University of North Carolina Medical School. Gaze aversionA baby who turns his face away from you needs a break from eye contact. What to do: New parents sometimes get overenthusiastic when interacting with baby, says Dr. CopycatWe are blueprints for our babies.

Ask The Admin » Are you looking to extend those trial applications? | Ask The Admin So maybe you downloaded a trial application and you have not finished evaluating it? Maybe you have been using that trial application and now it has expired and you need to export your data. No matter if you are being good or evil NirSoft’s application will do the trick for ya! Check it out: A few years ago I wrote about a little freeware utility that allowed you to remove the date protection that is found on most trial software. You see, there are so many free trial versions of software out there. Now, I am not saying I do it… and of course this article is for educational purposes only, but there are ways to extend the trial date, or at least fool the trial program into thinking it is still running in the trial period. Enter RunAsDate from NirSoft! RunAsDate is a small utility that allows you to run a program in the date and time that you specify. How it works from their page: Know of another utility that can extend the date for trial ware? By El Di Pablo of Bauer-Power

nstructing a GLASS vivarium Step by Step This will be available in PDF format when complete. DIY Glass Open Front VivariumBy Darryl Le Grange Introduction to Building Your Own Vivarium If you want to try, building an open front vivarium from scratch, you will find this a challenge and satisfying as well. I have attempted to try and document this process as accurately as possible, from tips, materials list, pre-assembly instructions, and complete step-by-step directions on how to construct an open front vivarium from 4 mm glass. Pre-Assembly Preparations • The door strut has an arch cut out of it, you can cut this free-hand or use a template, otherwise have this piece of glass cut by your local glazier. • Once the pieces of glass are cut, using the emery cloth or silicone carbide sandpaper, buff all the raw edges of the glass just enough to take off the sharpness • Stick X6 pieces of tape on the underside of the base, with ½ of the tape still showing. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

{Hair Fun} How to Make a Braided Bun There is something about a braided bun that makes me giddy – it’s a princess style that lasts! Perfect for a dance recital, a party, or even just a pretend playdate. What to do to make your bun: First, pull the middle of your hair back into a ponytail, leaving a section of hair out along the top and one side. Then, begin a french braid at the start of the hair on top of the head using two pieces of hair from the pony tail and one piece form the hair left out. Hint: Try to evenly use the hair to be able to reach as far as possible around the ponytail. When you are done braiding, finish the braid and tie off with an elastic. Like this Hairstyle?? 17 Hair Styles for Little Girls 8 Ways to Do Hair Hair Products we LOVE If you are looking for a long-term solution to flyaways, and protecting hair from damage – it works even with kids hair, try this hair mask – it’s our favorite!! P.S.

No-Sew Book Cover for your eReader or Tablet - Viewing Comments 1-40 This is the most important and time consuming part of the project. Seriously. I spent 15 minutes making the cover, and two days picking out the book. Here are things to look for. 1. 2. 3. 4. I found this cheap book club edition of "Meditations" by Marcus Aurelius that was just perfect. 17 {Terrific} Hair Styles for Little Girls Are your girls in the awkward hair phase? Where they have tons of whispy fly-a-ways, and a new love of style? I am guessing I am not the only one! A mom asked on our facebook wall for hair styles for little girls – thanks to all of our readers who submitted photos of their kids! Did we miss a hair style?? Hair Tips for Tots. …from you! “We usually rock the bam-bam. “Starting knot of a knot braid and it holds the hair in for the rest of the braid.” – Bonnie. Glue a small piece of nonslip shelf liner into the inside of your clips to grab the thin hairs. Let their hair be crazy. When it’s a crazy day: Hats, Hats and more Hats. Tips for Controlling Crazy Hair Liven up pigtails AND make it harder to take them out. “Use detangler! “I found that loom bands are impossible to pull out of hair if that’s helps! Make a group of pony-tails. “For headbands, I much prefer the pantyhose fabric type that wrap around her whole head (as pictured). Want to avoid bed hair?? Hair Tips for Kids

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