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Is your child ready for school

Is your child ready for school

Everything's here for you to create a fun filled LEGO party for your little one! I've gone on many many internet searches to find you the best LEGO party freebies & ideas.

Winter spice buttercup cake with coconut cream frosting – Recipes – Bite

Winter spice buttercup cake with coconut cream frosting – Recipes – Bite

Are You Living Out a Distracted Faith? - Club 31 Women

Are You Living Out a Distracted Faith? - Club 31 Women

Using do a dot markers on free printable winter dot painting worksheets. 10 worksheets in all.

Using do a dot markers on free printable winter dot painting worksheets. 10 worksheets in all.

These shapes dot painting worksheets offer kids a fun hands on way to learn their shapes while working on fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. free printable | do a dot markers | bingo markers | dot markers | daubers

These shapes dot painting worksheets offer kids a fun hands on way to learn their shapes while working on fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. free printable | do a dot markers | bingo markers | dot markers | daubers

Vanilla Cake

Vanilla Cake

Healthy Baked Broccoli Tots are the perfect low-fat snack!

Healthy Baked Broccoli Tots are the perfect low-fat snack!

Free children’s birthday spaceship cake recipe. Try this free, quick and easy children’s birthday spaceship cake recipe from countdown.co.nz.

Free children’s birthday spaceship cake recipe. Try this free, quick and easy children’s birthday spaceship cake recipe from countdown.co.nz.

The true gifts of life lie in the moment. That is why we call it the  present. ~ Author Unknown  In the midst of a busy day it's easy for mamas to think of our children as  “tasks” rather than as “hearts” we need to connect with. I sometimes  struggle with putting my kids before my to-do list.

The true gifts of life lie in the moment. That is why we call it the present. ~ Author Unknown In the midst of a busy day it's easy for mamas to think of our children as “tasks” rather than as “hearts” we need to connect with. I sometimes struggle with putting my kids before my to-do list.